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Posted in Home Theater Audio System on October 8, 2019
The effective integration of the SPL-120 subwoofer finds these explosions hitting with plenty of delicious low-end impact, but there’s also a percussive thump to the large calibre machine gun-fire. The scene where the Little Bird helicopters strafe the buildings with a mini-gun was particularly brutal.
In fact, the Klipsch system loved everything about this soundmix, creating a convincingly, consistently immersive soundstage. Helicopters fly slickly through the room, shell casings tinkle to the ground, and the score is delivered with a pleasing musicality. The experience was visceral and thrilling. Which is what home cinema is all about.
The 5050UB was installed on a high shelf at the back of my room with its lens surface positioned 14 feet away from a 92-inch diagonal, 1.1 gain Stewart Filmscreen Cima screen. Similar to Epson’s 4010, the 5050UB features a 2.1x zoom lens and +/- 96 percent vertical and +/- 47 percent horizontal lens shift. These motorized adjustments on the projector make it easy to optimize image geometry and focus, and there’s also a pair of adjustable feet on its bottom surface to aid in shelf or table installations. Ten lens memory presets are provided for storing zoom and focus settings for installations requiring multiple display aspect ratios—when using a 2.35:1 aspect ratio “scope” screen, for example. Epson also says the that the level of accuracy provided by the 5050UB’s motorized adjustments makes it a good option for “Zero Edge” projection screens where there is minimal bezel area on the screen’s edges. ”