JVC RS2000| Runco Q750| Hitachi 3500 LED| DPI LED 600|130in 2:35.1| MadVR| Pioneer VSX-LX503
The last measurement I told was 575 lumens on my Q750. I was using a Severtson Stellar White 2.2 gain screen. So, I was around 38ftL. It was nice and HDR looked phenomenal with the fade to blacks. Since then, I upgraded to a bigger 1 gain screen and moved my 2.2 gain screen in the living room. Last fall I got in on the huge sell of the Hitachi LED projector to use in my living room. Going by the same lumens, I should be at 20ftL on the 16:9, which is 104in on my 130in scope screen. It does look brighter. I did a side by side of my JVC RS2000/N7 at 30ftL and both looked the same brightness. So, 600 lumens looked as bright as 900 lumens.Does anyone know if the Runco processors that used to come with a lot of their old high end DLP projectors work on Sim2 projectors or non-Runco projectors?
Can anyone tell me the correct sharpness setting, and noise reduction, and graphics mode or video mode, etc, for an M-150? Assume it's the same as the Mico 50.
Edit: I encountered your comment again when reading through the other posts I missed in the topic, and reading it over again, and in more full context, I think you meant you need double what you have now, not double 600. In which case, whew. But I will leave my original comment and questions here just in case.
10 foot wide scope screen? You think 1,200 LED lumens is necessary for a 120 inch wide, 130 inch diagonal scope screen? 1.0 gain screen? If that's the case then I am "buggered." And @tnaik4 too lol. Even a 1.3 gain screen wouldn't give us that much with M-150's either.
And you even use madvr too. So the dynamic tonemapping should be lowering the brightness needed. And the q750i has higher dynamic contrast, significantly, which should be increasing the perceived brightness even more compared to what 1,200 lumens would look like on the M-150.
How many calibrated lumens are you getting now with the q750i using navitar lens on a 130 inch scope screen? And is it 1.0 gain, and is it losing light to perforations also? Sorry if you mentioned this already. Basically how many FL are you getting right now? I am trying to determine if you are already close to 600 lumens, so you have something to go off when you say you would need 1,200 lumens from the q750i, or if you are at closer to 300-400 lumens currently so it would be hard to guess whether the projector would look good at 600, or 800, or 1,000, etc.
Using the navitar lens, I haven't took measurements. I will with the DPI LED 600 Lumen this week. The navitar lens is a better fit on my DPI 260HB, so hoping for great results