Still have the Sony sitting just in case the Epson ever needs to go get repaired. The reason for the switch was simply to get on to the 4K wagon, the Epson throws a very similar image on 1080P to the Sony, a bit more brightness available and slightly better blacks but it’s not until you feed it a good quality 4K HDR that separates these two machines, with 4K the Epson is a definite step up.No, I think I will be more than satisfied with this machine.
I have seen what Javs can do with these, but really I plan more on getting the Panasonic, an easier installation.
Also hate the Spiders, worst there is, I'd rather use my X-rites for a proper calibration.
I have my hopes on a newer Panny which might bring dynamic tone mapping, then it'll blow everything else out the water in that price range.
It would bring such an improvement to every projector, one can only hope!
No wrong in the 420/820, but I'd like just a tad bit more, maybe a better build quality too.
A real shame if they didn't update the 9000 with DTM if they were to announce newer players, people would rage.
I have the Oppo right now, but it does not really deliver with the X790R, maybe for REC.709, sure.
Why did you get rid of the Sony, you hopped on the 4K-wagon?