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  1. hmm contact https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/profile/162546-oztheatre/ Thanks, but I don't want to make my own do a DIY Spandex again, not looking for a diy solution, but thanks anyway
  2. Hi everyone, looking for your opinions on either of these two screens: https://www.selby.com.au/gifts/home-theatre/120-inch-cinemascope-fixed-frame-projector-screen-sacs98120.html https://www.elite-electronics.com.au/Home_Entertainment/Projector_Screens/Fixed/Elite_Screens_R125WH1-WIDE_125_Ultrawide_Fixed_Projector_Screen to be matched with Epson tw9400 Thanks in advance, Ian
  3. I find an ice cube tray is perfect for this, work form left to right, then one row down with left to right again in your dis-assembly order and therefore assembly is the reverse
  4. Because there are many sellers out there saying their products are capable of 48Gbps but have not been through any form of certification program to prove the truth of their claim. Not the case with the Ruipro product as Ezy has stated
  5. Two new UHD players being launched, hopefully high enough quality to fill the Oppo gap. I can't see anything about an Australia launch yet though. https://www.whathifi.com/au/news/tech-newcomer-reavon-launches-two-high-end-ultra-hd-blu-ray-players
  6. As Rich also has this advertised on his website I am sure he'll be ok if you contact him direct by phone regarding this. 07 5546 1960 or 0402 424 177
  7. Or another way of looking at it is, you've paid circa $13k for the JBL - it's 'free', or you've paid $8k for the Arcam - you have to pay an additional $400
  8. Hi Sean, Your TV will most likely automatically switch to a picture mode for HDR (HDR10 or Dolby Vision) but you will most likely have different picture modes within this selection, so again try these to see which best suits your eyes
  9. Until you decide to get a calibration, I would set the player to 'normal' and then the TV to whichever mode suits your eyes best.
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