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  1. You don't need them windows, who needs that natural sunlight, it's horrible stuff. Board em up, put another layer of gyprock over the top. You'll need to anyway with all that bass! You'll have peace of mind, not worrying about what the neighbors think! Edit. And grats on the new AVR you'll be really hearing rain coming from above you when you hook up those Atmos overheads.
  2. Noticeable crosstalk is in red circles. would look worse on the big screen. and you're saying typical viewing settings are worse. still, not too bad.
  3. Looks good. Almost no crosstalk. Im guessing its unnoticeable while playing a movie? *Edit. double post again!??
  4. Looks good. Almost no crosstalk. Im guessing its unnoticeable while playing a movie?
  5. DLP = Perfect 3D. Zero crosstalk. Ideal setup for me is two projectors one for 2D and a cheap DLP for 3D Although I'm sure some of these guys with the latest gen projectors will chime in soon to tell us the state of 3D in 2017. Although sometimes, with everyone's tolerance for cross talk being different, it's hard to know when somebody just says "the 3D is really good". For me any crosstalk is too much crosstalk.[emoji52]
  6. I had the Sony 40es, crosstalk was shocking. But I've also heard that it can be a bit random from unit to unit depending on how well the display panels are aligned. I haven't owned a JVC but the early ones were rubbish concerning crosstalk. I've heard the newer ones are better but not perfect
  7. Most people here are enthusiasts, arguing the finer details is what they love to do!
  8. so if i input a 4k signal into one of these projectors it will first convert it to 1080p then upscale it back to 4k? I have read this in a few places the only source i can remember is Trusted Reviews of the x5000 So imputing a 4k signal is of no benefit from a resolution point of view just higher bandwidth. ? *Edit double post what the!? wasn't me...
  9. so if i input a 4k signal into one of these projectors it will first convert it to 1080p then upscale it back to 4k? I have read this in a few places the only source i can remember is Trusted Reviews of the x5000 So imputing a 4k signal is of no benefit from a resolution point of view just higher bandwidth. ?
  10. Must be a lot of noise in the roof space? Did you have to sound proof the roof as not to disturb the neighbors ?
  11. Jvc x35 lamp

    If you replace the lamp in the jvc x35 will the brightness and picture quality go back to "as new"? Or has anyone noticed that the picture quality might degrade regardless of new bulb?
  12. 133 inch fixed screen

    15 years ago when I got my first projector i projected onto 110 inch screen I thought wow this is huge then about 10 years ago I upgraded 120 inch screen which I sit at a viewing distance of 3 metres. now I think 140 inches at 3 m would be perfect for me so plan on upgrading my blackout material screen soon. Each to their own, but if I was sitting at 4 metres or 6 m i would want a 150 inch screen. I had the Sony 40 ES, which I'm guessing is close to the Epson, for a while projecting onto 120" 0 gain screen, super bright ran it in low lamp mode. not calibrated. I sold the Sony though because the 3D was terrible. if you want good 3D bigger is better. Edit. But don't mind me I'm a bit of a amateur, I don't even know what is involved in calibrating a projector or why you would want it. Edit. Or I might play it safe and go 130" at 3m, not sure yet
  13. Doing it correctly is using lots of glue and lots of pressure and time? Sent from my SM-N920I using Tapatalk
  14. I was planning on using ply as that is what I have experience with. I've never used MDF before, what do you just glue it no screws ? My mind is having a hard time believing that it has enough strength with just glue especially if you're making a sealed box you can imagine pressures it would have to withstand Sent from my SM-N920I using Tapatalk
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