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  1. They certainly did and they know it??.
  2. Hi all, the projector is now considered sold, pending confirmation of payment.
  3. Hi K3nnis. unfortunately the JVC DLA X-700 does not display HDR signals. I understand others are using devices such as the HD Fury or similar to playback sources like ultra HD Blu-ray Discs, minus the HDR. cheers.
  4. I noticed the link to the US JVC site has incorrect specs for the X700. I am willing to ship this projector for $3250. The correct specs/features are listed below for awareness:- 4K Projection (3840 x 2160 pixels) achieved with optical engine featuring e-shift 3 Technology with Multiple Pixel Control image processor and MPC analyser- Dynamic contrast ratio of 1,200,000:1 (max.) and Native contrast ratio of 120,000:1 achieved with original D-ILA device and an optical engine equippped with new wire grid- Brightness of 1300 lumens- Improved 3D viewing with reduced crosstalk made possible by D-ILA's original Frame Addressing driver technology- An array of 3D picture adjustment functions: 2D-3D conversion, Crosstalk Cancelling, Disparity Adjustment, and Depth Adjustment- Wireless transmission options for 3D viewing: RF (radio frequency) system transmission with PK-AG3 3D Glasses for 100H continuous operation and PK-EM2 3D Synchro Emitter- Real Colour Imaging Technology allows combined use of picture modes and dedicated colour profiles in 23 different ways to enjoy images.- Xenon lamp colour temperature- Colour Management System with 7-axis Matrix- Clear Motion Drive 3 improves pictures with rapid movement for both 4K and 3D images- Picture Adjustment function allows user to precisely correct colour deviation in 1/16-pixel increments; also segments the screen into 121 points for individual adjustment. Two customized settings can be stored in the memory.- Environmental Setting automatically adjusts images to best match the environment- Screen Adjustment Mode: 106 modes (Up to 255 modes)- Intelligent Lens Aperture- Lens Memory function (10 memories)- Digital Keystone in 2D mode (vertical direction)- THX 3D Display Certification and ISF C3 mode- Projector can easily be controlled from a smartphone or tablet- New 6th generation 0.7" Full HD D-ILA devices x 3- 4K resolution (3840 x 2160) achieved with e-shift 3 Technology including Multiple Pixel Control image processor- 4K signal input (50p/60p compatible with 4:2:0 colour base)- Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (in 2D); 1920 x 1080 (in 3D)- NSH 230W- Connectors: HDMI x 2 (3D, Deep Colour, CEC compatible), RS-232C x 1, LAN x 1, Trigger x 1, 3D x 1
  5. Price drop: $3450 shipped (Australia).
  6. Hi, Originally, the screen shipped in custom boxes, with the frame components and screen material separated. However, it is now effectively a fixed screen. It could be dismantled, but I recommend it be collected instead. It is a bargain price for a high quality screen.
  7. Hi, After discussions with both Emotiva and a qualified electrician at the time, it was recommended that I use a 15A Australian power point/plug, which the electrician ran to a dedicated 16A breaker. The reason that Emotiva recommends 20A in the US is if, in the very unlikely scenario, the amp was to somehow be run at full power, all channels driven to 600W RMS into 4Ohms (it does 400W RMS all channels driven into 8 Ohm, which is what most speakers are), due to America's lower voltage (100/110V), they need the higher amperage on tap to avoid having breakers trip (US: 20 x 110 = 2200W). In Australia, we have 240V, so even a 10A power point would likely be fine, as the amp is unlikely to ever draw on more than 2400 Watts, let alone 240 x 15 = 3600W. However for piece of mind, I chose to follow the advice of Emotiva and the electrician and it has run perfectly since new. The amp is manufactured with dual voltage in mind, and it shipped to Australia configured to 240V (there is a small slider switch on the back to select either 110V or 240V). The electrician did not recommend 20A circuit or power point, as it was unnecessary due to our better standards. I purchased an Australian standard 15A power plug which is what I use. I hope this helps.
  8. I'm happy to arrange shipping for interstate buyers. Pack n send can do custom packaging. I agree, it is a good, efficient amp which has performed admirably. Sad to let it go but it is no longer needed.
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