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  1. Oh!!!! Come on JVC, this is seriously a case of "Screwing" the end user!!!!! For christ sake, its the same bloody bulb as previous gen . 😬
  2. Theres been a "few" sold ......... i have "had" 3 NX9 units here...
  3. Confirmed....the RRP of the N7 will increase by USD $1000 😟
  4. Still the BEST performing projecter ( by a substantial margin ) i have had the pleasure of owning . It produces the best image of ANY projector i have owned or demo'd in my theatre......and i have had a few..😁 Great to hear its still available..
  5. And how many " N Series" have YOU personally tested? Because in the real world your above statement is far far from accurate!! 😉
  6. Removed the HDfury Products from my system ( HD Fury Vertex) and HD Fury Linker. Now running the RuiPro Fibre 8K HDMI cables ( 10mtr) ...... best thing i could have done........removing the HD Fury products has dramatically reduced HDMI sync times and errors... Cables are performing 100% flawlessly no matter what i throw at them....HIGHLY recommended!
  7. Interesting post from AV Science forum. Then i guess you have looked at the chroma pattern like Panasonic ilustrate it, like a zone plate.They claim superior chroma handeling due to multitap processing, the problem is that the processor used have a very very bad chroma loss, Panasonic compensated that with a chroma sharpening/ enhancement, to make the patterns apear more right, but the good eye will notice a agressive chroma ringing introduced by the enhancement/ backdoor processing. You can reduce chroma sharpness to -3 and reduce most of the ringing, but you will loos some high frequence chroma response, the chroma issue apply to all formats. They did also apply sharpness enhancement to the luma channel, except with UHD playback.That makes the Panasonic players apear more vibrant and punchy/ sharper than a reference player, and why the panasonic fainth chroma zone plate looks more detailed, its the chroma overshoot/ peaking, and not how its surposed to look. A lot of people like that kind of look these days, but if your into reference image quality, and care about details/ acurate reproduction and calibration, the Panasonic players are not capable, no matter what model you chose, they all suffer from the same chipset limitation and backdoor processing. If you want chroma multitap processing with no side effects the only solution i seen is the Xbox, it maintain perfect bandwidth respons and no funky enhancement distortion, and upscaling from DVD Blu Ray to 4K is better than all the OPPO, Panasonic, and Pioneer, it just have other shortcommings. I guess that makes the OPPO the best compromise, and then figure out a alternative way to do the tonemapping, or do as many do, realise that it will never be perfect for projection and just use the Blu Ray edition that is mastered perfectly for that aplication.
  8. Afraid not ....read Manni,s reply......still DOES NOT fix the issue! Still internally processed incorrectly .
  9. Dont know ...i dont think JVC know either at this stage or they would of fixed it! JVC are on track to have a projector release with the most firmware revisions ever!! 😮 Could be wrong ( and hope it is wrong) but there are suggestions the issues stem from "Hardware" and the firmwares are "trying" to offer a "Band Aid" fix! Time will tell.
  10. Not just YouTube.... can appear with ANY source..
  11. New 2.07 Firmware does 'NOT" fix the colour space issue OR the Vertical lines( Red/Blue/Green) or the "Yellowing" whites when the DI is enabled!! !! 😟 https://www.avsforum.com/forum/24-digital-hi-end-projectors-3-000-usd-msrp/3038288-official-jvc-rs3000-nx9-jvc-rs2000-nx7-n7-jvc-rs1000-nx5-n5-owners-thread-243.html#post58118306 https://www.avsforum.com/forum/24-digital-hi-end-projectors-3-000-usd-msrp/3038288-official-jvc-rs3000-nx9-jvc-rs2000-nx7-n7-jvc-rs1000-nx5-n5-owners-thread-243.html#post58118906
  12. My opinion is that the whole "New" N/NX series is a complete failure ! The product should never have been released in its unstable state as is at present. People are spending BIG money on these, they "Should" be getting a product that is providing enjoyment and trouble free operation. We all understand as a consumer that products can and do have issues from time to time, BUT in this case its just one fault after the other . I think JVC should go back tot the drawing board and revise/refresh the next release with the priority being on reliable/trouble free use . Id say they have lost a huge number of customers with the latest release..
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