Originally Posted by uaouao
Depend on how much you are sensitive to the rainbow, I personally don't have this problem so i cannot say it.
I saw the Nero4 S DUO demonstration and I was astonished by the quality of the image, best HDR image i've ever seen.
I do not see the rainbow affect myself (excluding some old projectors) but am worried that guests would be impacted. Do not want to spend a decent amount of money on the full theater setup and for it not to look great.
What other projectors are you comparing it to for HDR? Sony 5000es is my baseline for HDR content.
Originally Posted by noob00224
Have you tried the latest madvr DTM? While it's a debatable subject, I get very nice results with 16fL.
Originally Posted by Art Sonneborn
Nope, just the last Lumagen Pro DTM.
Both do a good job at improving the HDR experience, but you still need lumens and contrast to get the best outcome. I have used both madVR and Lumagen before, madVR was slightly ahead but this was a while ago. (New firmware, etc could have changed this greatly.)
After some investigation I have decided to aim for a single projector and dual projectors as the backup plan. I might need to look at coding some alignment scripts with a few sensors, if I do go with dual projectors.
Should I be considering any other projectors? (e.g. Barco, Dukane, Christie, sim2)