It looked fine on my 47" 1080p LCD last time I saw it, but dude, you've got a 140" scope screen? That's sick!Other than the obvious digital boosting/manipulation of the color palette for the flick to look a little too OTT colorful (and Nic Cage's hair... seriously, what is wrong with this guy's weave?) the movie looks fine on regular HDTV's. On a screen as large as yours though though even the smallest digital errors will be amplified tenfold, especially since you're feeding a 1080i signal from an HD-1 player. Throw in a reference HD-DVD to see if it gives you jaggies/errors, and if that's the case then your JVC projector or HD-DVD player aren't communication properly and there's bad de-interlacing going on somewhere. Try a reference HD-DVD to eliminate that as a problem. Let us know how it goes.
I just watched Next 2007 with Nick Cage. I have an HD-A1 to a JVC HD250 on a 140" scope screen and I was disappointed in the quality. Lots of jaggies and very digital looking. I just got my system up and running so I might have not had something set just right. Anybody else think this looked a little disappointing?
It looked fine on my 47" 1080p LCD last time I saw it, but dude, you've got a 140" scope screen? That's sick!