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  1. System Setup and Connection
    My Epson projector is getting a bit old, red edge fade on top and a red spot 3/4 down near middle. Since LCD/QLED/etc are now so cheap, was considering replacing my projector and 80" screen with a 60" flat panel. I notice that new Samsungz support "AirPlay 2" (whatever that is). None of my...
  2. HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    Regarding Colored Lights Behind TVs Everyone is entitled to their own sense of priorities. Surrounding a TV with colored lights or wall perceptually subtracts that color from the picture in varying degrees. The motion imaging industry is guided by standards and recommended practices in order to...
  3. HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    A new tool for owners of 4K/UHD/HDR televisions and projectors has been announced! I have been collaborating with Ryan Masciola, of Diversified Video Solutions, LLC., producer of the UHD/HDR10 display calibration program, for the substantial revision of his suite of test patterns and a soon...
  4. HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    Today the Consumer Electronics Association announced the industry definition for high dynamic range compatible video displays. The CES is the producer of the CES convention and trade show held in Las Vegas annually. -Robert
  5. HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    Hello All, I am building a new house and want to get a new TV for the 20' x 20' great room. The research I've done shows well regarded 70" units running around $1500 and 80" units in the $2500+ range. Am wondering is the 80" units have been in production long enough to have high reliability...
  6. General Service and Technical Information
    So, over the weekend, I had to get a new vacuum so I went to Sears and while in the store, I went by the electronics area and was checking out all the hdtv's they had hanging on the walls and I must tell you Sears must not care about their tv's. The same video was being seen on all of the tv's...
  7. Home Theater, Audio and Video News
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  8. Home Theater, Audio and Video News
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  10. Computers | HTPC | Media Servers
    Setup: 2011 i5 Mac mini attached to a Yamaha RX-A700 outputting to a Sharp LE632U I initially thought this was the "Best resolution for display" setting misinterpreting the res when turning off my AV equipment. In System Preferences, I disabled this and have set it for 1080p, then 1080i. Every...
  11. HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    There has been much discussion about HDTV displays and the types however not in detail and in one place. There still seems to be a lot of misinformation about how these different types work. Hopefully this will clear up some of the confusion. There are 5 main types. Plasma, LCD, DLP, LED and...
  12. Blu-ray | DVD | Disc Media Players
    I wonder if it isn't too soon to shop for a 3-D system. Maybe I should wait perhaps another year until the technologies and systems are normalized. Has anyone put together a system they are satisfied with? Richard
  13. Home Theater Projectors
    If that "older" CRT triple gun ceiling projector that you have retired because HD came along does line doubling, you can bet that it does HD too, and flawlessly. Which will deliver pix from it that you never thought would have been possible, far better than any line doubler you may have had on...
  14. HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    I am curious to know whether a 1080p resolution on a LCD/Plasma/DLP display is comparable to a 1080p image from a 1080p projector, all things being equal. And if not, what is/are the differences?
  15. HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    NuVision To Release New Line of LCD HDTVs With Lucidium FX5 Series * May 5, 2009 NuVision is expanding its product line with the release of the all-new Lucidium FX5 Series. The Lucidium FX5 Series combines proprietary Film Times Five (FX5) and Frame Forward Motion (FFM) technologies to...
  16. System Setup and Connection
    For those who have just added or looking to add a 2nd HDTV and want to route all HDMI digital video to both displays for simultaneous view, you will need to use a HDMI splitter. This essentially has all the necessary electrnoics to handle the separate HDCP sessions betwee both HDTV and the HD...
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