Sony VPL-HW65ES 3D SXRD Projector Review

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“Experimenting with the projector’s Cinema Black Pro settings is key to getting good picture contrast in whatever environment you choose to set it up in. There are numerous settings you can fuss with, but I found that I got the best balance of picture brightness and shadow/highlight detail in my light-controlled room with the Advanced Iris setting’s Dynamic Control set to Limited and Brightness set to 50. With the Advanced Iris set to Full, highlights tended to be too bright. With that setting enabled, there were times when I actually found myself squinting during well-lit daylight scenes in movies, or scenes with plenty of white in the background.”
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