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  1. High Dynamic Range (HDR) & Wide Color Gamut (WCG)
    TLDR at the end. I've been very impressed by the power of my first proper HDR experience on my 65" Sony X900H. As impactful as it is, viewing many movies and all games in HDR with RTINGS recommended dark room settings is uncomfortable to the point of needing to squint for entire scenes at a...
  2. Digital Projectors - Under $3,000 USD MSRP
    Received this laser projector today. Coming from a 1080Darbee it is def a step up in noise reduction (almost silent) and brightness. The 4k downscale leaves an extremely crisp picture as well. This does not seem to be a popular projector, maybe lacks 4k? Very little has been discussed...
  3. Front Projectors Great Found Deals!
    I recently moved and now my new living room is full of light, it's very difficult to watch tv during the day now, works great at night tho. I have a 100" wall and I am working on painting my screen very soon. I am looking to spend less than $700 for my next projector, what I like about my...
  4. LCD Flat Panel Displays
    A couple of months I purchased a samsung smart tv. The problem is that I've just happened to found a bright white spot which is aprox 1 inch long at the bottom of the screen . The spot is only visible in bright colors, specially in white.
  5. LCD Flat Panel Displays
    Have had this model since 2007-2008. Has recently developed a frame-like area of brighter pixels around the border (top and sides) with uneven edges. Most noticeable with dark scenes or colors, less noticeable in bright scenes. Getting larger -like a growing picture frame around display area...
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