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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #270 on: April 21, 2020, 06:03:57 PM »
Thanks....yes, Claw has been helping me out. I'll be able to test it tonight, but I need to ensure that there's an option on the macro screen in regard to a Dolby Vision signal...without that, it's a deal breaker (assuming everything looks good in my tests).

I saw that and it's awesome!  In my humble opinion, buying a Vertex2 is WELL worth it for what this mod provides for all sources, especially being able to get DV on home projectors and displays that otherwise only do HDR10.  I had a Lumagen Radiance Pro here just before discovering this mod (which after I sold it is actually the reason I DID discover this, haha!).  In all honesty, I kind of like this more overall than the RP.  I like the resultant image it gives me with all sources.  The image just looks more "real" to me, especially things like faces, skin and foliage.  The DTM seems to be as good or better than what I had with the RP too, but for perspective it was an earlier version of FW and I haven't had the pleasure of being able to do a side by side.....yet!

Sure, if I had the funds to have a RP or Envy, I certainly would without question, but if my budget and funds were limited I would sacrifice in other areas just to get an HDFury Vertex2, Diva or Maestro, a Sony X800M2 or X1100ES and an AppleTV for MUCH less than what either of those video processors cost and then get as good or better appearing video conversions, plus the immense added bonus of Dolby Vision capabilities!

Another note, I would also keep abreast of the AV Forums link about this too.  It has some different perspectives and tweaks there that don't seem to get mentioned or given the respect that they deserve over on AVSF, when being tried properly.  It could be due to the fact that most there are doing it with JVC projectors and some Sonys.  People have reported great results using a 10,000 nit DV String on their Sonys, the same as what I use on my LK990, but JVC owners report different results.  To me it's because they're using custom curves based on an SDR/BT2020 input, as converted in a UB820 or Lumagen.  I would have to have one to try it to be sure of course.

Good Luck and please don't hesitate to email or PM me if you have any questions.  We should probably start a dedicated thread here so we don't clog this one with LLDV talk.  If anyone agrees and would participate to make it worth it, let me know.

Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #271 on: April 21, 2020, 07:36:49 PM »
I saw that and it's awesome!  In my humble opinion, buying a Vertex2 is WELL worth it for what this mod provides for all sources, especially being able to get DV on home projectors and displays that otherwise only do HDR10.  I had a Lumagen Radiance Pro here just before discovering this mod (which after I sold it is actually the reason I DID discover this, haha!).  In all honesty, I kind of like this more overall than the RP.  I like the resultant image it gives me with all sources.  The image just looks more "real" to me, especially things like faces, skin and foliage.  The DTM seems to be as good or better than what I had with the RP too, but for perspective it was an earlier version of FW and I haven't had the pleasure of being able to do a side by side.....yet!

Sure, if I had the funds to have a RP or Envy, I certainly would without question, but if my budget and funds were limited I would sacrifice in other areas just to get an HDFury Vertex2, Diva or Maestro, a Sony X800M2 or X1100ES and an AppleTV for MUCH less than what either of those video processors cost and then get as good or better appearing video conversions, plus the immense added bonus of Dolby Vision capabilities!

Another note, I would also keep abreast of the AV Forums link about this too.  It has some different perspectives and tweaks there that don't seem to get mentioned or given the respect that they deserve over on AVSF, when being tried properly.  It could be due to the fact that most there are doing it with JVC projectors and some Sonys.  People have reported great results using a 10,000 nit DV String on their Sonys, the same as what I use on my LK990, but JVC owners report different results.  To me it's because they're using custom curves based on an SDR/BT2020 input, as converted in a UB820 or Lumagen.  I would have to have one to try it to be sure of course.

Good Luck and please don't hesitate to email or PM me if you have any questions.  We should probably start a dedicated thread here so we don't clog this one with LLDV talk.  If anyone agrees and would participate to make it worth it, let me know.
I own a sony x700 and a Sony X800 4k UHD Blu Ray. So definitely looking forward in getting a vertex 2

Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #272 on: April 21, 2020, 08:44:37 PM »
I own a sony x700 and a Sony X800 4k UHD Blu Ray. So definitely looking forward in getting a vertex 2

Just remember, the older original X800 and X1000ES don't do Dolby Vision.  Only the X700, X800M2 and X1100ES do.

Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #273 on: April 21, 2020, 08:50:52 PM »
Just remember, the older original X800 and X1000ES don't do Dolby Vision.  Only the X700, X800M2 and X1100ES do.
Okay cheers mate 👍

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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #274 on: April 29, 2020, 08:03:18 AM »
JVC opened for one day and shipped our backordered B-stock projectors. So we have a limited qty. of these headed to us. :) 
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #275 on: June 13, 2020, 08:01:59 AM »
Finally got around to watching 1917 last night. The NX9 did NOT disappoint. Really impressed with how it handled this film. 
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #276 on: June 13, 2020, 08:17:58 AM »
That movie looked great on the RS3000. I need to watch it again. :)
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #277 on: June 13, 2020, 08:27:13 AM »
Fantastic film looks awesome on the NX9

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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #278 on: June 14, 2020, 12:35:24 AM »
People have reported great results using a 10,000 nit DV String on their Sonys, the same as what I use on my LK990, but JVC owners report different results.  To me it's because they're using custom curves based on an SDR/BT2020 input, as converted in a UB820 or Lumagen.

I saw on the AVForums thread you said this before also, I just wanted to clear that up, the people using the Arve curves (my '85nit' or others) are proper ST.2084 curves generated for an HDR signal, there is nothing SDR at all about them.
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #279 on: June 14, 2020, 08:44:40 AM »
Finally got around to watching 1917 last night. The NX9 did NOT disappoint. Really impressed with how it handled this film.

I've watched it 3 times so far. Excellent film. Quite good attention to detail. I pick up new things each time I watch it. 
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #280 on: June 14, 2020, 06:57:44 PM »
We did a double feature of The Shinning and Doctor Sleep (both on UHD) and I have to admit that I can't remember ever seeing such a beautiful image for The Shinning and Doctor Sleep had scenes that were just like looking out a window...crystal clear. 

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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #281 on: June 14, 2020, 08:08:09 PM »
We did a double feature of The Shinning and Doctor Sleep (both on UHD) and I have to admit that I can't remember ever seeing such a beautiful image for The Shinning and Doctor Sleep had scenes that were just like looking out a window...crystal clear.
That double feature is on my agenda. Soon !
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Re: JVC RS3000
« Reply #282 on: July 13, 2020, 12:05:15 PM »
For those needing Control4 drivers for JVC projectors, shoot us an email. Have the latest ones. :) 
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