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Hey Guys,

 

Recently upgraded my JVC X7000 to the NEW X7900 and a step up over two models leaves me very happy with this unit.

Aside from the massive face lift in HDR capability the low lag input is an absolute bonus as I game as much as watch movies.
 

Straight out of the box with factory setting enabled I cant really complain however just wanted to see if anyone has any info as to what is the best mode for your standard Blu-ray viewing.

Currently using factory setting for Cinema mode but wonder what the key difference would be between that and the THX settings.

Looking to have the unit calibrated but very early hours on it so far.

 

Thanks.
 

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49 minutes ago, Steven_James89 said:

Hey Guys,

 

Recently upgraded my JVC X7000 to the NEW X7900 and a step up over two models leaves me very happy with this unit.

Aside from the massive face lift in HDR capability the low lag input is an absolute bonus as I game as much as watch movies.
 

Straight out of the box with factory setting enabled I cant really complain however just wanted to see if anyone has any info as to what is the best mode for your standard Blu-ray viewing.

Currently using factory setting for Cinema mode but wonder what the key difference would be between that and the THX settings.

Looking to have the unit calibrated but very early hours on it so far.

 

Thanks.
 

hi steven it essentially is not greatly different to the x7000 and it might be worth checking this thread of mine here 

 

 

re calibration hold back, according to guys clocking up the hours its 5-600 hours before stabilises with droop etc.

 

you can autocal... ie diy which might be able to do yourself. or yes out of box THX is pretty good really. but still there is a bit of setup well worth doing, ive posted some of the basics in the thread above.

 

re autocal we have the thread below,

 

https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/topic/232550-jvc-autocal/

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On ‎25‎/‎01‎/‎2018 at 11:14 AM, :) al said:

hi steven it essentially is not greatly different to the x7000 and it might be worth checking this thread of mine here 

 

 

re calibration hold back, according to guys clocking up the hours its 5-600 hours before stabilises with droop etc.

 

you can autocal... ie diy which might be able to do yourself. or yes out of box THX is pretty good really. but still there is a bit of setup well worth doing, ive posted some of the basics in the thread above.

 

re autocal we have the thread below,

 

https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/topic/232550-jvc-autocal/

Al,

Couple questions for you.

 

I had my JVC X7000 calibrated by certified personnel (Avical)
Cant really afford $700 for another calibration for the X7900 although as the projector is set up in the same location and units are fairly similar aside from a few little upgrades could I just punch in all the data from the previous calibration in a User 1 mode in the correct fields and be fairly close if not the same outcomes?

 

Also,  when I was looking into the deep settings with pixel adjust etc.. the grid lines don't match up on the perimeter (Horizontal line passes the vertical line) does this mean anything? will try take a photo for reference.

 

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12 hours ago, Steven_James89 said:

Al,

Couple questions for you.

 

I had my JVC X7000 calibrated by certified personnel (Avical)
Cant really afford $700 for another calibration for the X7900 although as the projector is set up in the same location and units are fairly similar aside from a few little upgrades could I just punch in all the data from the previous calibration in a User 1 mode in the correct fields and be fairly close if not the same outcomes?

 

Also,  when I was looking into the deep settings with pixel adjust etc.. the grid lines don't match up on the perimeter (Horizontal line passes the vertical line) does this mean anything? will try take a photo for reference.

 

hi steven, hard to comment without knowing what avical has done ?

 

did setup seperate presets for blu-ray ? uhd ? 

 

personally with what setup I have done and with the autocal capability the jvc has am not bothering with a prof calibration. most pros in the us are using the autocal as part of their calibration. and its a much better way to go to get calibrated and then whip in shape regularly. not kind of thing can afford to do with a pro calibration as unlikely be getting the guy out for a tune up as lamp ages :)

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I'm trying to find the thread from a while back where I submitted the screenshots of post calibration.

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