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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.”
Posted in Center Channels on June 28, 2017
The Bic Acoustech PL-28 definitely represents one of the best values in home theater today. Is the PL-28 perfect? No, but when you consider it’s low price point it’s amazing that something can sound this good at this price. Sure you can find something that sounds better, but be prepared to spend 2-3 times more.
Posted in Ultimate Home Theater on June 27, 2017
“The network provision was particularly important, as Imagine This anticipated that the client might wish to stream video content to the new screening room. To ensure this was possible, the cabling was designed to ensure that a capable and robust link would be in place between the existing network in the main residence and the new screening room.”