I must have been remembering the gamut volume number rather than the coverage number.Do you happen to have a picture of the gamut coverage to see what the colors achieve and where it falls short? Also hows the lumens/volume of colors in the widest mode? Might be worth picking up after few years when the prices have gone down
The review says Volume, but is it coverage? Nice measurements of the different modes, but sadly no gamut pictures. --> Also in the start of the review in Pros section it says "Up to 98% DCI-P3 coverage in Vivid and HDR modes"
BenQ HT9060 Color Accuracy & Gamut Volumes
MODE COLOR ACCURACY
(AVG. DELTA E)
Bright 10.5 101 69 46 Vivid 5.4 169 113 73 Cinema 5.0 96 64 44 HDR 3.2 149 100 68 Silence 8.3 138 93 63
I was wondering how loud is the operational DB of the Mico 40. Have you tested that?just checked the h9090 and color/hue are disabled, so its specific to the gennum processor.
the isf code was 726, someone mentioned 864 for setup on an rs1100, but that didnt work for me on the q750i.
its quieter than not using it. The led power driver has coil whine when running at full power(30amps). When using dynamic black its running at lower power and there's no audible coil whine.I was wondering how loud is the operational DB of the Mico 40. Have you tested that?
dont encourage me.Lol, is it just me or does the title of this thread change daily?
oh excellent! i would be very interested to know if screen door improved as well. I was going to suggest trying to find a barco f82 and possibly a version with the dci-p3 filters and the 1600p dmds if it existsMy friend with the Christie got another bulb from a different supplier, and now it's much brighter. About 2000 lumens with a single bulb. He ordered a second now and hopefully it will be here tomorrow, so hopefully it can do around 4000 lumens with both, and then I will go there and do a full reset and re-calibration.
thats wild... but at least the possibility of correction exists.He asked Christie about the special tool kit to adjust the panel convergence, but they want $1300 for it! Just for some small wrenches...
It might be possible to do without their special tools, and he will look into that yet, but I don't know the ultimate feasibility of that yet.
Speced at 3,500 lumens, so I would expect more than 1,200 calibrated out of it?
Just a bit, I found somewhere else that mentioned 1800 calibrated on a new bulb but i don't remember if it said high or low lamp.Lots of options. The HT5000 could do around 1,500 lumens calibrated with a new lamp.
Good joke.LOL on the title change, javs is famous now
as long as you keep older high end DLP in there somewhere it's all good.
yes very interested to hear how that looks, especially on the mico. I'm probably going to be upgrading this round, my 1070 is at its limit.I was able to get an order in for the 3080FE, curious to see how it handles Billy Lynn and Gemini Man 4K/60 with all the good stuff turned on.
We did play with the iris a fair amount last time I was there, but it makes a pretty drastic gamma shifting artifact to the image as it moves, so I don't think for him it is really usable, but that's fine.Still gotta see if the dynamic iris can be fine tuned though right?
Ah, well, with bt2020 content I don't see posterization on the mico with the 3dlut even though green is short of bt2020. The actual video grayscale/mtf/bit depth of 3chip/rgb solid state is superior to color wheels, more time to display each shade. This seems to be an issue with wobulation + sequential color, too much information for an impulse response in a single frame. Especially 4x wobulation, as you have to display 4 pixels per color, and the 3+ separate colors, so 12+ different shades per frame.I am curious what the % P3 coverage is with the filter on, but I am not sure if there will be posterization artifacts present if I try to make a 3DLUT for the projector or not like I see on some projectors, particularly when the 3DLUT is targeting a gamut that the projector can't quite reach 100% of.
hmm interesting, i wonder if it could be the 3 separate panels vs the single panel.I can make a P3 3DLUT for my LCD PC monitor which is only 78% coverage (it's not even meant for P3 or HDR) and there are no posterization artifacts.
Ya'll are a tough crowd but I finally got one.Ha that name change is a classic.
I think keep an eye out for Barco F82's as well, i double checked there's no wqxga only wuxga, but there seems to be optional p3 filters " APOC optical color processing and user selectable optical color space (sRGB, REC709 or optionally DCI) ". Also those 3 chip panasonic lasers look like they could throw a great image but finding one south of 5k may be tough.Still thinking about picking up a Christie 3 chip hd6k one day.
If had to guess, you don't see it on your mico, because even though it doesn't reach full BT2020, you probably aren't viewing content that calls for colors beyond what your micro can do.hmm interesting, i wonder if it could be the 3 separate panels vs the single panel.
Ya that sounds likely, i dont remember seeing those gamut maps from uhd blu rays with large swathes of pure bt2020 green.If had to guess, you don't see it on your mico, because even though it doesn't reach full BT2020, you probably aren't viewing content that calls for colors beyond what your micro can do.
I think (and this is just my working theory), that if your movie did call for colors outside your mico's gamut, there may be posterizsation visible with the 3DLUT enabled. But since the native gamut is so wide, this may never really happen in practice or be noticeable.