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  1. Jeff Cooper

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Projector setup

    Well good news, doing a factory reset on both the player and the projector and setting it up for Bright Cinema / Auto(Bright) has done wonders. I'm now seeing good detail in both light and dark scenes with one not cancelling out the other. I still need to do some fine tuning as the picture is...
  2. Jeff Cooper

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    It's a white screen so we should be good to go there. This one is most certainly a Goblet of Fire disk pressing error. I've seen the same complaints levied against it on the Digital Bits and several other reviews. White levels are just extremely high on this disc for some reason. It doesn't...
  3. Jeff Cooper

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Projector setup

    My screen is a 110" 16:9 Screen Innovations Zero Edge screen. The throw distance is 12 feet and the viewing distance is 10 feet. I'm actually not sure about the perforated/weave screen type. This theater system was built / installed / designed as a turn-key media room in a new home build so...
  4. Jeff Cooper

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Projector setup

    Ok, in the end I didn't make out well at all. I went into the Signal->Advanced->Dynamic Range menu. There was no slider for 16 HDR modes. There was another selection menu from top to bottom that had "Auto (Bright), Auto, SDR, HDR Mode1, HDR Mode 2, HDR Mode 3, and HDR Mode 4. That's it. It...
  5. Jeff Cooper

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Projector setup

    How do I find and try these presets? I checked the firmware and apparently I have always had the latest version. When I check my version info on the projector I get Main: 92009564FQWWV101, Video2: 86L2FQMV100. According to https://epson.com/Support/wa00805 the current firmware version is...
  6. Jeff Cooper

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Projector setup

    I don't think there's really anything amiss here. PS3 looks great. PS4 looks great. SDR Blu-Ray looks great. SDR UHD looks great. It's just HDR UHD is much darker than ideal. It also looks great in brightly lit scenes. I can confirm via projector info that HDR signal is getting received...
  7. Jeff Cooper

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Projector setup

    I hate doing this to, and prefer it at the projector level. However in my case the player is the limiting factor and it's a case of garbage in / garbage out. No matter what you do at the projector level, it cant help with information that's not given to it by the player. For example in the...
  8. Jeff Cooper

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Projector setup

    Had an interesting time playing with the display settings while playback was going. So while watching a UHD, the in playback settings are BNR, MNR, FNR, all which I left off as I didn't want any type of noise reduction. Then the remaining options were Color, Hue, Brightness and Contrast. I...
  9. Jeff Cooper

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Projector setup

    Woah. Well it's embarrassing to admit this, but I had absolutely no idea there were different display options available from the player while the disc was in playback. All my player side display adjustments were done from the main settings menu while there was no playback going on. I'll...
  10. Jeff Cooper

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Projector setup

    Good to hear that the issue may be with the player. I have the Sony UBP-X700. Pretty much bottom of the line when it comes to players. The signal from that is going through a Denon AVR-S750H receiver before getting to the projector. I am planning on getting a Playstation 5 when they come...
  11. Jeff Cooper

    A Few Words About A few words about...™ Projector setup

    It's fascinating to read all of this. I have an Epson Pro CInema 4050 which is 'faux'K. It's 1080p native but projects 4k via pixel shifting. While the image from UHD's is quite stunning on a 110" screen. I've had to accept that HDR is a lost cause with this projector. It's just way too...
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