Has anyone else found it hard to see any extra detail with this projector over a 1080p one? I'm comparing it against my aging Panasonic PT-AE8000U, which (some) people even consider to be "soft". The difference in 4K was easily distinguishable when I had the JVC LX-UH1 and BenQ HT5550 here.
Yes, I know DLP is inherently sharper and these were both 4x shifters, vs the 2x shifting 5050UB, but it's hard to believe I can barely see any detail increase with The Martian & COCO at all, while both easily showed it on the DLPs. Playing the 4K disc thru the Oppo UDP-203 straight to the 5050UB, whilst the HD disc is playing in a PS3 through a receiver and on to my PT-AE8000.
The projector is at factory settings for all the 4K stuff. Which settings should I confirm to make sure it's doing its pixel shifting? I already confirmed that the projector was receiving a 3840 x 2160 signal from the Oppo with BT.2020 etc.
Screen is 105" and seated at 9.5 ft, could clearly see the difference with the DLP projectors before.
Is there a guide somewhere on how to best do the panel alignment? Just want to make sure I'm testing this thing at its very sharpest.
PT-AE8000U | LG 55C7P | Oppo UDP-203 | Onkyo TX-NR636 | JBL 5.1
Last edited by robl2; 05-24-2019 at 10:13 AM.