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Oh man, I don’t even remember doing a Bright Cinema mode haha! Maybe I did. It’s been awhile. I thought mine were on Digital Cinema. Are you thinking Oledurt maybe?
Dave, it's up to you but you could update/add to your sig links to point to this document here: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/68-di...l#post55178352

It contains your classic HarperVision, Bright HarperVision, and HarperVision w/ Oledurt suggestions (which is my personal favorite).

Also, lots of people have the Panny 820 and this insight for HarperVision gets lost very quickly in here: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/68-di...l#post57464488
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Doug Weil just left my house from calibrating my 5040UB. Very knowledgeable person, friendly and explained everything he was doing. He calibrated for HD, HDR10 and SDR2020. I had tried to calibrate the projector several times and just couldn't figure out why I wasn't having any luck at getting it right and watching Doug I discovered a couple things I was doing wrong. Still couldn't have gotten as close as Doug did at least for quite some time. If you are in need of projector calibration, get a hold of Doug and see if he will trek out to your area, if it's not too far, he's the best.



Thanks Doug, I really appreciate your time and willingness to come to the No. Ga. Mountains for this.


Ken, I had Doug calibrate mine as well a couple years ago when it first came out. Agree that he is very knowledgeable. I’d be interested in comparing some settings as he spent a lot of time doing HDR and SDR2020 but he admittedly hadn’t had much time with the Epson and calibrating HDR was pretty new at the time. Not sure if I’ll have time with the pj tomorrow but when I do I’ll copy my settings and PM you.


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Dave, it's up to you but you could update/add to your sig links to point to this document here: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/68-di...l#post55178352

It contains your classic HarperVision, Bright HarperVision, and HarperVision w/ Oledurt suggestions (which is my personal favorite).

Also, lots of people have the Panny 820 and this insight for HarperVision gets lost very quickly in here: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/68-di...l#post57464488
I take back what I said. Apparently there was a Dave Harper Bright Cinema setting. Lost in the shuffle indeed.
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Went over to friends house today and they have a 5040. Super nice folks and they are the type that are simply plug and play projector users. They turned it on, have it on bright cinema medium power and that's the only adjustment. They did express that they have now gone through two lamps that burned out VERY quickly. One at 1,400 hours and the other at less than 500. Filter was cleaned, no other obvious issues that we are aware of. They again ordered another lamp but they are working with Best Buy and Nebraska Furniture Mart to help them figure it out and of course they have no idea. I told them I would turn to my trusted people (that's you all) to help diagnose this or make them aware of a known issue. I can't tell you what they are seeing when this happens as I just heard about it all today. Any guidance on what to do would be helpful.
Checking back in on this one last time to see if anyone has any guidance. Thanks for any help that can be provided.
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6040 + hdfury puzzle

I'm racking my brain trying to find a confirmation for 4k HDR workarounds.
I know the 6040 has the bandwidth limitations etc. I have a Vero 4k + and i want to slap a
hdfury linker on it and tell it to output uhd movies to 4k 24hz 10 bit 4:2:2 rec 2020 to the epson, seems simple enough.



Can anyone who owns one confirm it can actually do this because in the documentation I've seen it mentions at the bottom under know limitations that it can't.


Is it something to do with HDMI spec? Am I never going to see 4k hdr in 10 bit on this projector.
The calculator I used shows these settings coming in under 10GBps.
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Anyone have a connection to Epson or an authorized dealer that can either get you on a list or a way of getting a refurb unit. Trying to get one off of the Epson Clearance page is like trying to buyWorld Series tickets or something, keep refreshing to see if they are available and no one has time for that!

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Anyone have a connection to Epson or an authorized dealer that can either get you on a list or a way of getting a refurb unit. Trying to get one off of the Epson Clearance page is like trying to buyWorld Series tickets or something, keep refreshing to see if they are available and no one has time for that!
They're in stock right now. Not sure how many but maybe if you hurry you'll get one.
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They're in stock right now. Not sure how many but maybe if you hurry you'll get one.
i was just coming back to reply that they just popped up again. I even called them earlier and they said they weren't, but whatever, i finally got one! Now what kind of mount... since i saved so much money on the PJ, i can spend a little more on a good mount. Anyone have any suggestions?

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To keep the image bright what would be a "reasonable" hours used before changing out the lamp? I can't recall how bright it used to be when new so I don't have anything to compare to but brightness is important b/c I watch many 3D movies. I don't use it terribly often, maybe 5-10 hours a week, if that.

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i was just coming back to reply that they just popped up again. I even called them earlier and they said they weren't, but whatever, i finally got one! Now what kind of mount... since i saved so much money on the PJ, i can spend a little more on a good mount. Anyone have any suggestions?
I use the peerless universal which I like a lot. Also chief makes a great one which was posted a little further up in this thread

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I use the peerless universal which I like a lot. Also chief makes a great one which was posted a little further up in this thread

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Thanks, taking a look at these, the Chief ones, do you have to use a drop down rod for it or can it sit flush? I need the PJ to be as close to the ceiling as possible. I also put up about 1inch of plywood between the joists so i should have an easy time mounting whatever. Are Chief mounts the best to try to reduce vibrations from floor walking above it?

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Thanks, taking a look at these, the Chief ones, do you have to use a drop down rod for it or can it sit flush? I need the PJ to be as close to the ceiling as possible. I also put up about 1inch of plywood between the joists so i should have an easy time mounting whatever. Are Chief mounts the best to try to reduce vibrations from floor walking above it?
This is the one that comes with the 6040. Good luck!


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IMO and experience, Chief mounts are the most sturdy, flexible, and easily adjustable mounts available...PJ can be removed and replaced quickly and precisely...no fiddling needed. Clearance between PJ and ceiling is about 2”. No need for an extension rod unless needed. Relative to floor vibrations from above, it is more dependent on the type of flooring you have. I’ve had no vibration issues at all. Good luck with your decision...

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Thanks, taking a look at these, the Chief ones, do you have to use a drop down rod for it or can it sit flush? I need the PJ to be as close to the ceiling as possible. I also put up about 1inch of plywood between the joists so i should have an easy time mounting whatever. Are Chief mounts the best to try to reduce vibrations from floor walking above it?
I use a Peerless mount but I think I’m changing to Chief because it’s easier to take down if necessary. I have almost identical mounting that you have. But I used a 2x12 to make sure it’s sturdy enough. I only get vibrations when certain people are walking upstairs. (You can’t see any cords now. All hidden)
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This is the one that comes with the 6040. Good luck!


https://www.ebay.com/itm/EPSON-CHF45...item2f2e671f1a
I'm assuming it works with the 5040 then too? Is it close to ceiling or does it need to come down some still?

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This is the one that comes with the 6040. Good luck!


https://www.ebay.com/itm/EPSON-CHF45...item2f2e671f1a
I'm assuming it works with the 5040 then too? Is it close to ceiling or does it need to come down some still?

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It drops the projector about 6 inches, if I remember correctly. The vertical column is actually a steel pipe nipple with standard NPT threads on the ends. You could go to a local home improvement store and get a replacement nipple with threaded ends that is a different length. You would only have to spray paint it to match.

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Looking at putting a projector in my new theater room which is very small. Roughly 12x12. Will a 5040ub throw a 100" or 110" screen if mounted against a wall? roughly 10.5' throw distance..
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I use a Peerless mount but I think I’m changing to Chief because it’s easier to take down if necessary. I have almost identical mounting that you have. But I used a 2x12 to make sure it’s sturdy enough. I only get vibrations when certain people are walking upstairs. (You can’t see any cords now. All hidden)
Which peerless mount? I find mine incredibly easy to use. One thumb screw and you can slide it out of the mount.

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Went over to friends house today and they have a 5040. Super nice folks and they are the type that are simply plug and play projector users. They turned it on, have it on bright cinema medium power and that's the only adjustment. They did express that they have now gone through two lamps that burned out VERY quickly. One at 1,400 hours and the other at less than 500. Filter was cleaned, no other obvious issues that we are aware of. They again ordered another lamp but they are working with Best Buy and Nebraska Furniture Mart to help them figure it out and of course they have no idea. I told them I would turn to my trusted people (that's you all) to help diagnose this or make them aware of a known issue. I can't tell you what they are seeing when this happens as I just heard about it all today. Any guidance on what to do would be helpful.
I recommend you have your friend contact Epson tech support. They will determine if there is an issue with the projector and provide guidance on what they need to do. If their projector is still under warranty they might get a replacement overnighted to them. If not, they might still help them out. My experiences with Epson support have been very positive. They really bend over backwards to make sure customers are satisfied.
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Looking at putting a projector in my new theater room which is very small. Roughly 12x12. Will a 5040ub throw a 100" or 110" screen if mounted against a wall? roughly 10.5' throw distance..
See pages 27-29.
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It drops the projector about 6 inches, if I remember correctly. The vertical column is actually a steel pipe nipple with standard NPT threads on the ends. You could go to a local home improvement store and get a replacement nipple with threaded ends that is a different length. You would only have to spray paint it to match.
EDIT: Nevermind. Figured it out.

Any idea what the difference is between the CHF4500 you linked to and the CHF2500 mentioned earlier in the thread? I tried to search for the answer but didn't see much.

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EDIT: Nevermind. Figured it out.

Any idea what the difference is between the CHF4500 you linked to and the CHF2500 mentioned earlier in the thread? I tried to search for the answer but didn't see much.


My understanding is they both work for the 5040ub, but I don’t know the difference. What’d you find?

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My understanding is they both work for the 5040ub, but I don’t know the difference. What’d you find?
Pulling up the manuals, the 2500 appears to have a smaller plate with fewer mounting holes that attach to the projector. I imagine that it's intended for fewer mounting holes than we have on the 5040ub, maybe smaller models. Maybe it still works, couldn't find that information.
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So 100" would work at least haha. might be able to shoot it thru a closet and be further back but how is the horizontal lens adjustment? I've heard up and down adjustment isnt a bad thing but side to side shouldn't be done.
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Pulling up the manuals, the 2500 appears to have a smaller plate with fewer mounting holes that attach to the projector. I imagine that it's intended for fewer mounting holes than we have on the 5040ub, maybe smaller models. Maybe it still works, couldn't find that information.
I've read multiple places that the CHF2500 is a companion to the Epson 6040UB in package deals - and so it'd have to work for the 5040UB too - since the differences between 5040UB and 6040UB chassis is only that of color of plastic - AFAIK.

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Send computer desktop to projector and do web things. Can this be done using Epson multi pc projection or iProjection application as long as the 5040 is plugged into the network? Trying to avoid having to run a really long HDMI cable to the receiver, at least in the short term.

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Just got mine in, I do not have a light controlled room(gets dark but not 100%) & have a white ceiling. Which setting should I be using from the sheet?

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Just got mine in, I do not have a light controlled room(gets dark but not 100%) & have a white ceiling. Which setting should I be using from the sheet?



https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B16...2NlN5ZnVz/view



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I like Dave's a lot. I have used Dave's and oledurts both are good. Try each and see which you like more. The reason I wanted bright is for the extra pop and I didn't want to have to change advanced settings every time I go between hdr and sdr

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Len Shift Not Working

Hi All - Just received my refurb 5040ub today. Hooked it up and it appears lens shift is not working. Zoom and focus work fine, but lens shift does not work - the picture does not move at all. I've tired using the remote and the bottons on the projector. There's no sound from the projector's lens when attempting to adjust lens shift.

Any ideas? I tried searching this thread and came up empty.
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