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  1. The all new EPSON TW-9400 4K Enhancement Cinema Projector and Majestic Screen package is now available. With bonus Peerless geared mount valued at $399. Priced from $5785 w 100 inch 16:9 Majestic Screen. Choose your screen format, either 16:9 or Scope. Not sure? Call us 07 5546 1960 Note: Projector is $4799 in this package. We are discounting our flagship screen and peerless mount. Don't need screen or mount? Contact for projector only price. Need a demo in SE Qld. Contact to arrange. As part of our dealer agreement, this package is not available to buy online. Please call to order. Package starting at $5785 with 100 inch 16:9 Majestic Evo4k screen and Peerless geared mount. (SAVE $1,132) KEY FEATURES & BENEFITS 4K PRO-UHD1 – a new type of 4K home theatre projection technology only from Epson Advanced 3LCD Projector Design – a true 3-Chip design, 3LCD technology Amazing Colour Brightness2 – 2,600 Lumens colour brightness and 2,600 Lumens white brightness Wide Colour Gamut – covering 100% DCI-P3 with professional colour accuracy Dedicated 4K Pixel-Shift Processor1 – Epson's advanced pixel-shifting resolution-enhancement technology results in an exceptional 4K visual experience Dedicated HDR Processor – full 10-bit HDR colour processing uses 100% of the HDR source information Dedicated Digital Imaging Processor – real time full 12-bit analogue-to-digital video processing for smooth tonal transitions Rich Black Contrast – contrast ratio up to 1,200,000:1 delivers an extraordinary range of colour and detail in both bright and dark scenes Precision Cinema Lens – designed specifically with a 15 element aspheric glass structure lens for high-definition 4K HDR content Lens Memory – pre-set up to 10 positions for zoom, focus and lens shift for both standard projection and wide cinema ratios Powered Lens Shift – lens shift technology enables outstanding installation flexibility with an incredible range of up to ±96.3% on the vertical axis and up to ±47.1% on the horizontal axis ISF Certification – ensuring accurate and exceptional picture quality Efficient Cooling System – with noise levels as low as 20 dB, these are among the quietest projectors in the industry1 4K Enhancement Technology (4Ke) shifts each pixel diagonally to double the native panel Full HD (1920×1080) resolution. Resolution is Full HD in 3D Mode.2 Colour brightness (colour light output) in brightest mode, measured by a third-party lab in accordance with IDMS 15.4. Colour brightness will vary depending on usage conditions. Top-selling Epson 3LCD projectors versus top-selling 1-chip DLP projectors based on PMA Research sales data for Dec.2015 through Nov.2016.< PRODUCT NAME EH-TW9400 PRODUCT CODE V11H928053 WHAT'S IN THE BOX EH-TW9400 Projector, Power Cable, Remote Control + Batteries, HDMI Clamp x 2, User Manual TECHNOLOGY Projection System RGB liquid crystal shutter projection system LCD Panel 0.74-inch wide panel with MLA (C2 Fine, 12 bit, OD) Pixel Number 2,073,600 dots (1920 x 1080) Resolution 4K Enhancement* 1920 x 1080 x 2 OPTICAL Zoom 1 - 2.1 (Optical) Screen Size 50" to 300" [1.48 to 9.08 m] (Zoom: Wide) 50" to 300" [3.13 to 18.99 m] (Zoom: Tele) Projection Distance 100" screen 3.0 - 6.3 m Throw Ratio 1.35 (Zoom: Wide), 2.84 (Zoom: Tele) Projection Lens F Number 2.0-3.0 Projection Lens Focal Length 22.5mm - 46.7mm Focus Method Powered IMAGE Colour Light Output 2,600 Lumens White Light Output 2,600 Lumens Native Aspect Ratio 16:9 Contrast Ratio 1,200,000:1 Lamp Type 250 W UHE Colour Reproduction Up to 1.07 billion colours Colour Processing 10 bit (12 bit Digital Colour Processing) Keystone Correction Vertical: -30 to +30 degrees Horizontal: N/A Lens Shift (Powered) Vertical: -96.3% to +96.3% Horizontal: -47.1% to +47.1% CONNECTIVITY Input: Digital 2 x HDMI (1 x HDCP2.2) Input: Computer 1 x D-sub 15-pin (RGB) Input: Opt. HDMI 1 x USB A Input: Control 1 x RS232c Input: Network I/O 1 x RJ45, 1 x USB Type A (for optional Wireless LAN unit) Trigger Out 3.5 mm mini-jack Wireless Connectivity Optional ADVANCED FEATURES WirelessHD No Super Resolution Yes High Dynamic Range - HDR10 Yes Hybrid Log Gamma - HLG Yes Image Enhancement Yes Frame Interpolation Yes 4K Enhancement Yes 3D Formats Top-and-Bottom, Side-by-Side 2D to 3D Conversion No Internal Speakers No Picture in Picture No Direct Power On Yes Security Kensington®-style lock provision Aspect Modes Yes (Auto / Normal / Full / Zoom / Anamorphic Wide / Horiz.Squeeze) Colour Modes 2D: Dynamic, Bright Cinema, Natural Cinema, Digital Cinema 3D: 3D Dynamic, 3D Cinema GENERAL Dimensions D x W x H 450 x 520 x 192.7 mm Weight 11.2kg Lamp Warranty 3 Years Projector Warranty 3 Years Power Consumption: Lamp on 298 W Power Consumption: Standby 2 W Noise Level (Normal/Eco) 31/20 dB * 4K Enhancement Technology (4Ke) shifts each pixel diagonally to double Full HD resolution. Resolution is Full HD in 3D Mode. PRODUCT OPTIONS Item Code Description Spare Lamp ELPLP89 Spare Air Filter ELPAF39 Ceiling Mount ELPMB22 Flush Mount ELPMB30 Suspension Adapter 450mm ELPFP13 Suspension Adapter 700mm ELPFP14
  2. Oh yeah you're right, that was the last 1080p model? It should look spectacular either way. not soft.
  3. Turn the e-shift off if it's soft to your eyes. You wont notice if it's on or off. The benq would have sharpness at half out of the box from memory, so turn the JVC up to 50 of 100 and see how you go. Also check if the convergence has been adjusted, is it 2nd hand?
  4. Hold off buying anything until you need it. Models change, problems arise.. Sometimes they get fixed too 😋
  5. uncalibrated, 1080P material, old phone camera, 130 16:9 image. This unit does a great job with applying hdr.
  6. The problem is we're 6 months in and it's still happening, even with firmware updates.. something is terribly wrong at present. I'm confident they'll fix it, but what about all the units out there right now worldwide?
  7. It's a real shame too because Tony's lens in particular, the only 5 element 2 air gap lens ever made, is a work of art.. It's just that projectors today have caught up and surpassed the need for them in that they have lens memory, pixel size and brightness is a non issue too.
  8. Whoa, looks like it supports the rabbitos..
  9. I think there was a time when 1080P projectors could benefit from a good lens, particularly when pixels stood out more. Today 4K projector manufacturers have enough trouble with their own lenses without adding more to the mix. And besides that I can't see a 4K pixel grid at 1 metre let alone 4 metres. And projectors are bright enough mostly to light up fairly decent sized screens.
  10. Zooming is quite superior when it comes to 4K over any lens being used. But it's an option, if the budget allows for an extremely good lens that is. None of them are 100% transparent and have quite a few drawbacks such as grid distortion, softening on the edges, pin cushion, some have ghosting from internal reflections, loss of contrast from said internal reflections, chromatic aberrations and a change in image height with and without the lens in place. Best option is a larger 16:9 screen so no lens required ever.
  11. Here's that guys 9400 settings if you wanna check them out https://sites.google.com/view/dreaming-cinema/home
  12. It's only a starting point and is not a proper calibration. The 9300 is different brightness among other things.
  13. Owen, thanks for your detailed input. But I dare say there is a vast difference in image quality when you see a decent quality lens vs something that's full of chromatic aberrations. The difference can be night and day. As you point out there is more than just the lens quality that makes the image acceptable or not but a good lens is really noticeable. The BenQ LK series projector have sublime lenses, they even proudly tout this. but these are 13 and 15K price tags whereas cheaper projector won't have such quality optics. I've seen this time and time again from perhaps 60+ projectors I've had in my showroom over the years. And if the convergence is out by more than half a pixel, wouldn't you simply move the panel 1 full pixel with the other way? I thought you said that's the only time you should use such adjustments? And that the micro 1/16th adjustments were software driven and blur the pixels? It's when you're out by just less than half a pixel width that you couldn't or shouldn't use the alignment feature? Perhaps I see the colour fringing more than the average person. The new Epson lens is seemingly fantastic when compared to other units even with native 4K panels.
  14. It's very good. super clean, up there with the LK970 and 990 I kid you not. No other 4K projectors I've seen (JVC N7, Sony 570, Sony 760 and everything native 4K before that including the e-shift JVC,s) can best the BenQ lenses only this epson and it's not even native 4K.. which is clearly doesn't need to be. Seems we're getting the 6050 model in the USA which Art claims 'has the better lens' than the 5050 model.. so win win finally for Australia! Though I'll try and confirm this with Epson. Taken with a 6 yr old phone camera, no tripod. 3.8 metres away 165 inch scope screen zoomed so about 180 inch 16:9 image. cinema mode, high lamp, mildly tweaked until I get it calibrated. I finally see what all the fuss with HDR is about too. .it's quite astonishing switching between SDR and HDR on the fly.
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