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“To test that theory, I experimented with the manual aperture which previously had been left fully open. By turning up the laser power to Mid and closing down the iris to -10, I recaptured much of the contrast this projector doesn’t have natively. The upside to this is the laser won’t lose output like a lamp does. So if you choose to run the projector this way (I would), it will sustain its output level for the full 20,000-hour lifespan. After tweaking these adjustments, the murk was substantially reduced. A manual iris is something all bright projectors should have, regardless of price. It’s the best way to control both output and image contrast.”




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