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  1. Thank you. No worries about the pdf addition IT is my background
  2. Hi all, With work and the rest of life I did not get time to play with settings much so some settings jmone would be amazing. I did upgrade the media center to a 1080 I managed to get for a good price as I felt the 1050ti just could not cut it. Can you post your madvr settings.bin file for download as just makes life easier in getting things right. I do believe madvr is the way to go as a decent rig will outperform any standalone player in terms of tone mapping etc. Thanks Zerroasylum
  3. I know this topic has been discussed extensively on AVS and I have read a lot on it but here goes. I have been using a media centre for years so installing and setting up filters etc is nothing new. I am currently using madVR with MPC-BE and a UHD friendly drive and some dvdfab software with a 1050ti 4gb (I may upgrade this in the future) being fed to a JVC x5900BE through a denon AVR-X3300w. Now I have a few madVR questions. Firstly would anyone like to share their settings specifically for this projector series x5900/x7900/x9900 as I am sure they would all be similar? I have put some settings in gathered from various forums and posts but would like someone who knows them better to advise. Does madVR save these in a settings.bin file so maybe this could be shared? I have madVR changing resolution and refresh rates based on inputted source. Is this the right thing to do or should I keep it at 60hz. In terms of tone mapping using pixel shading. When I do this the picture looks good but a hdr signal is not sent to my projector. Is this how the tone mapping is done on the Panasonic ub820/9000 new drives and the oppo and possibly the new native 4k JVC’s or is a hdr signal sent after the tone mapping. I am honest this is my first HDR experience as my other Projector did not support this. Any advice would be welcome. Thank you Zeroasylum
  4. Someone made the suggestion on AVS I believe that the lamp change in the new models was to possibly accomodate a laser lamp in the future. Not sure how that would work.
  5. It will work fine with a standard AUS lead as its any voltage between 100 and 240. American voltage for mains supply is 120V at 60Hzand ours is 230V at 50Hz so all good. Most good manufactures use power supply's that work world wide nowadays.
  6. I have used these in a few installations and they work with no issues and pass full 18gbps signal. http://www.radioparts.com.au/product/30254289/hr04-hdmi2.0-4k2k-repeater-yuv-rgb-444-hdmi-repeater#.W91QoPZxW70
  7. Hi all, I am curious which unit would people recommend for JVC calibration the Spyder5 ELITE or is the PRO good enough. Thank you Zeroasylum
  8. I am curious then do we have an AUS price from JVC or are these just approximate prices. Thank you
  9. Hi Mate, I have a similar setup to what you are doing. I did look at an acoustic transparent screen but for the reasons you highlighted I did not go with it. I am running a 110” tab tensioned screen with all in wall speakers and in ceiling atmos. I have the center below the screen and it sits about 800 off the ground to the center of cones. I have no issues with audio as by the time you are sitting down in a recliner a few meters back and the sound reaches you are near enough to ear height. What in walls will you run? If you like can send you some photos of the construction phases of my cinema room and I have lots of advice on how to build the enclosures if you need it behind the gyprock walls so you get the best sound from the in walls as just securing them to the gyprock/plasterboard will result in not the strongest fixing but also a hollow sound. Zeroasylum
  10. I know it will be. And then I have to wait for a price drop. As the initial outlay is above my budget. I guess a free globe is something. In my head I say 9900 good price from launch and great contrast. Then I say if i upgrade i will be keeping it for a while so go native 4k.
  11. Thanks for the reply. Good to hear. I really like that mount with the micro adjustments and the way it connects together makes mounting the projecter so easy. Still debating weather to wait for the N7 to be released and then drop in price or get a 9900 now. I wish we new the prices we will pay in Aus.
  12. Thank you for all the replys and advice. I am considering using a pole instead of a shelf to lower the projectors position. I am currently running the universal peerless mount with my current setup. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/525470-REG/Peerless_Industries_PRG_UNV_PRG_UNV_Precision_Gear_Projector.html I can purchase an 18"-24" pole for this mount but will it work with the JVC's or would I be better to buy their specific plate kit. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/766282-REG/Peerless_Industries_PRG_JVC_DLA_Precision_Gear_Projector_Mount.html I am concerned the arms may be too weak. Anyone have any exerience with this mount and JVC.
  13. I too am interested in peoples thoughts on the 9900 especially those that have it as given the expected cost of of the N7 I am not sure if I will get one and the 9900 quite a good deal at the moment with its higer contrast and lumens. Anyone who has it does the eshift make noise. Thanks Zeroasylum
  14. I think you could be right. I ran some numbers for the N7 and it should work (Not that I think I can afford that one till it drops down when 2020s new ones are released). I plan on installing a shelf for it just above the picture rail so be about 800mm from ceiling. Will have to suspend part of the shelf from the ceiling with stainless cables at each corner to support it and the other half on the bottom plate of my 110mm recess but easily done. Guess I am opening up a wall this weekend Thanks for the advice Zeroasylum
  15. Thanks for the reply. Yes they were my measurements as well. It’s a standard 90x45 wall with 10mm gyprock (California bungalow). Have renovated most of it myself so the construction is not an issue or identification of loads etc. As there is a stud dead center of where the projector would go if recessed I would have to cut this so yes would have to add a suitable header as well as 2 jack studs to support it plus the rest. Nothing I haven’t done before and I am handy with a trowel to skim the gyprock joints once hung. I am currently working on the hallway so don’t mind doing the work. I did consider just going with the 110m which would be the ideal situation but would it be enough? And how future proof will it be? I am currently working on the hallway for the reno’s so not a big deal doing the works. Ideally I want to come out the full 500mm so the projector is flush with the wall. If this was the case for airflow I was going to fit some AC Infinity AIRPLATE T7 fans either side so I do not create an overheat situation. However I may have to come out less. Do you think the 110mm would be enough? Thanks Zeroasylum
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