Originally Posted by markmon1
Again, I'd never notice this if I were just firing up the projector and popping on a movie. So I bet some of you are experiencing it and just don't know.
(If you don't know about it, you are probably best to not look into it).
Originally Posted by audioguy
This may be a case (for me) where the less I know the better.
I don't use a desktop, just movies/TV.
I turn on the PJ 30 minutes or so prior to use.
The image looks great and I don't think about it - and don't want to.
Just some comments in general to everyone,
I fall into the Blue
comments above ^^^ for sure guys ...........
I go up and fire-up the HT system, fix myself something to eat and that gives the system sufficient time to do it's thing.
I can then watch (Anything) I choose and no matter what that is, it looks GREAT guys.
What I'm never-ever going to do is to get into the (Minute) areas of the image quality.
Seriously, I think if many of us went there I can see as anal as I am I might then (ALWAYS) think is my RS4500 really as awesome/great as I did think it was ???
Guys, I do try to keep in mind that this is AVS (Audio-Video-Science) and for those that really-really get into that sort of extreme measurements that's simply your thing.
And you guys have as much right to comment, talk, post about this and as frequently as you wish.
I just don't want to come across to anyone that's in to that sort of thing like I am being negative or picking on you.
I'm not at all doing that but just making some personal comments on how I enjoy my HT and why I'm never-ever going down the path to look at every (Minute) part of the image/images so I stay 100% totally satisfied with my RS4500.
To me the 4500 is so much of an obvious improvement over all the prior projectors I have had over all the years I'm content not knowing the finer-points on if the image is not absolutely perfect when I 1st turn it on.
Or even if it's not perfect while actually watching content whatever that content happens to be.
I do sit like 12' from the screen so maybe that also contributes to my enjoyment as I'm not so close to see any image-flaws.
I can easily and happily state that even the very last Runco VX-11d that was a $30K projector it cannot even remotely compare to the 4500.
It's actually a Day & Night difference in the picture and it does not have to be while viewing HD, HDR, 4K or Ultra 4K content.
I have recently been intentionally using the search feature on Amazon Prime and looking for Old Black & White movies.
Some of them guys look so perfect it's hard to believe they are actually Black & White that have been in some cases Digitally improved.
Anyway, this is a great internet site and even though we don't all do the same things in the Home Theaters it's an interesting internet site to see and read what other members do if we do those things or not.