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Will the new E series projectors from SIM2 accept a 480i signal on their HDMI connection? The Pioneer Elite (and some others) DVD player can output 480i on its HDMI output, and it would be nice to be able to have an all digital path, but use the deinterlacing/scaling of the SIM2 rather than the Pioneer.


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Greg, I have a Ht300 E-Link and I think you can do that. the Sim2 will scale better like you mentioned than the Pioneer. Although i am running very high quality component. I tried DVI the other night and component had better black and color saturation than DVI. It was really splitting hairs to see a differance though.
 

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What a great combo you have! You're probably going to be too busy enjoying movies with it, but if you get a chance to try 480i HDMI sometime, I'd sure like to hear about your results. It's interesting that component has came out on top in your comparisons so far.
 

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can you tell me how you see the colors of your HT300e?Last week I recived the projector but the green color was stronger than the others so I had to give it back to the dealer.What is your opinion?
 

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figlio, yes my E-Link had a greenish blue push to it. I had it ISF'd and WOW it looks AWESOME! Everything was done in the service menu.
 

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figlio, yes my E-Link had a greenish blue push to it. I had it ISF'd and WOW it looks AWESOME! Everything was done in the service menu.
Sorry for this stupid question but what isf means?

Do you know how the colors where set in the service menu?

Mine where


GAIN green/Red/Blue 100

OFFSET green/Red/Blue 98


Now that I heard from you that you had the same problem.I am asking myself why Sim2 are making the colors to look like that.Maybe olso that we are the only ones:D
 

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If you set your projector to the same settings as mine they still would not look the same unless you have the same exact screen. I am using a Da-Lite 106" 16:9 Da-Mat screen. ISF means "Image Science Foundation" and that is were a certified tech come over and goes into the service menu and uses a color analizer on a computer to adjust for 6500 degree Kelvin on the IRE scale.
 

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If you set your projector to the same settings as mine they still would not look the same unless you have the same exact screen. I am using a Da-Lite 106" 16:9 Da-Mat screen. ISF means "Image Science Foundation" and that is were a certified tech come over and goes into the service menu and uses a color analizer on a computer to adjust for 6500 degree Kelvin on the IRE scale.


Do you now the setting that the projector came from the factory and what settings the tech made after he used the color analizer

Mine were:


gain green/red/blue 100

offset green/red/blue 98


Thanks for your help
 
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