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JVC DLA-RS4500 4K PROJECTOR REVIEW

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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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NEC NP-ME331W Hardware Tour – Video

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BenQ W1090 Home Video Projector Shoot Out Video

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Epson EH-TW7300 Review

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” Finally, if you try to push the brightness up to levels that look more, well, HDR, such as by using the Dynamic picture preset, significant amounts of detail gets clipped out of the picture’s brightest areas. Explosive effects in Batman v Superman appear bleached and empty.”

 

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Optoma HD27 1080p DLP Projector Review

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“In the processing department, the HD27 properly detected the film cadence on my HQV Benchmark DVD, and it cleanly rendered my real-world 480i tests from the Gladiator and Bourne Identity DVDs. However, it failed the video cadence and all the assorted cadences on the 480i HQV disc. The same was true with the 1080i tests on the Spears & Munsil 2nd Edition Benchmark Blu-ray disc; the projector correctly handled basic 3:2 film detection, but it failed most of the video-based and assorted cadences. So, overall, I’d label its processing as solid but not great.”

 

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BenQ W1090 Single-chip 1080p DLP Projector Review – Video

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Vivitek HK2288 Ultra HD 4K HDR Home Theater Projector – Video

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