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  1. Michael Osadciw

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

    Turn off 4K Image Enhancement (E-shift). It softens the picture. You're sitting far enough away from the screen to see the 1080p pixel structure, anyways. No need to blend it all together. Once turned off, leave the main menu up in the middle of the screen and refocus the projector using the...
  2. Michael Osadciw

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

    It's HDR projector setup, which is important for both JVC, Epson, and Sony. So I think we're all good here. Good luck with the reset :)
  3. Michael Osadciw

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

    If it's white, it's a 1.3 gain and should be brighter. If it's a gray screen, it's a 0.85, meaning the image projected to you will be darker than intended to achieve a darker black. It's a great screen for its purpose, but it does require more horsepower from the projector. That's good. It...
  4. Michael Osadciw

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

    That was the second time in. The first projector, an early 2019 purchase, had an issue after I calibrated it. It was fully replaced. The second one installed, I did the update on. It failed. It had to go back to JVC. There was nothing I could do on my end. They sent the projector back to the...
  5. Michael Osadciw

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

    You've got a 2018 model. That's right... you won't have the slider. There was an update to those modes at one point but it looks like you're up to date. If you leave it in Auto or HDR 1, that should be fine as long as you don't alter the HDR settings in the UHD Blu-ray player. Before I make a...
  6. Michael Osadciw

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

    Errors happen with the thumb drive, too. When the NX5/7 was first released two years ago, there was an update soon thereafter. I did the update for the client as per JVC’s request, and followed their sequence. The update completely took out the projector by sending it into a eternal cycle of...
  7. Michael Osadciw

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

    Hit menu, look at left side of screen, down arrow to signal. Go into the HDR setting. The slider will be in there.
  8. Michael Osadciw

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

    What you are experiencing is normal. Projectors aren't bright devices like TVs. Only over the last few years, common home cinema projectors achieved 100 nits for SDR material. Just prior to HDR-compatible projectors, most SDR-only projectors were displaying a low 45-70 nits on an average-sized...
  9. Michael Osadciw

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

    Yes, many of us loosely know one another. Come to the next conference. To ensure successful delivery, I'll send your conference invitation in the mail on Wednesday, November 4th. When you arrive in the South Pacific, the handshake will be sanitized per international COVID health recommendations...
  10. Michael Osadciw

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

    I'm not much a fan of altering image settings within the video player. Most projection display devices now have enough control to manipulate HDR in a manner that will look acceptable on most ecosystems. With any adjustment (player or projector), you'll need to see what the control is doing such...
  11. Michael Osadciw

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

    @Jeff Cooper, a calibrator that serves your area should be able to set up the projector correctly. Make sure your firmware is up to date (v1.03 is current on 5050, I'm not sure about the 4050). When setting up HDR on a projector, it's important to take into account the distance from the...
  12. Michael Osadciw

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

    Excellent choice with the JVC, Robert. The whole Sony projector line, while good for what it does, has limitations with HDR display and calibration. Sony is suited for priority HD-SDR viewing with UHD-HDR secondary. The JVC, on the other hand, is quite the opposite. UHD-HDR can be customized and...
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