Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK
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Originally Posted by Bob McLaughlin
Has anyone tinkered with the Alaric settings using a medium/eco power mode? That high power mode is just too loud for me. I have a completely dark room so I don't need all that much brightness.
I built the bright one to see what it could do and with Scott's 165" screen in mind. I've not really needed it on my 120" screen and use it in medium with a slight tweak as if anything it is too bright for a lot of movies in my bat cave. Seem to recall it useful on incredibles 2 though, so it's a useful tool to have still.
The accurate one alas needs the high power mode, but I'm very much of the idea that it is worth the noise hit for the performance.
Must admit that I've a few calibration ideas that I've yet to try, busy with other things. Also my cinema room is at the top of my 4 story house, it's summer in the UK which whilst not too bad at the moment, that room can get a bit warm and I've yet to figure out how to get aircon up there. Wrong windows and it's an odd shape and like a loft conversion with only one outside high level wall
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