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Re: Panasonic PT-AE2000U 1080p HD Projector

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Re: Panasonic PT-AE2000U 1080p HD Projector

I've had my AE2000U running now for a few weeks... Picture looks good but I still need to configure it too (waiting on a friend of mine for disks)... Is there anything else that would help me configure the picture? I still see a little rough edges around lettering and such... Any advice would help this novice...

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If you are seeing a light whitish edge to images then you may have the sharpness a too high. Sharpness controls are legacy of poor display devices of old whose images were so bad adding something to define edging gave you the ilusion of sharpness.

Light changes what it is doing depending if we are looking or not. Considering we only see this as a reflection of the past....what is it really doing now?
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Re: Panasonic PT-AE2000U 1080p HD Projector

This thread is very interesting. I though of bringing it back to the top. It is weird everybody loves this projector and speakin' of it with no single screen shot!!

Come on guys!!!

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Re: Panasonic PT-AE2000U 1080p HD Projector

Are you going to show us something? ummm... OK! 1$ / screenshot?

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I wanna see screenshots of the Panasonic PT-AE2000U Plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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Re: Panasonic PT-AE2000U 1080p HD Projector

Maybe... just maybe I can find time to take some one day over the next couple of weeks. I just have sooooo many things I have to do that my memory box is overflowing trying to remember it all.
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I have to wait for sometime to save $ and get that pj.
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Is there a preferred mount for the PT-AE2000U? I've only been able to find a couple and the DH400 seems to be a nice mount but not sure of quality. I hope this question is in the right place!

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Re: Panasonic PT-AE2000U 1080p HD Projector

I've been reading the posts here and find your comments quite useful.

I'm looking at upgrading my Optima HD72 (720P) to a 1080P projector and had, admittedly, been looking at DLP projectors only since the last time I looked at LCD they did not impress me at all. That was about 5 years ago and I'm sure the technology has changed for the better.

I'm looking for someone with experience of both DLP and LCD to bring me up to date. The rainbow effect is not an issue for me, so please don't use that as a negative for DLP. The two major negatives for me when I first looked at LCDs were screen door effect and lack of contrast. Are these still issues? I currently project onto a 120" wide acoustically transparent screen in a totally light controlled room. My current choice is the Benq W5000, but I'm open to be convinced of others.
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