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> http://pro.jvc.com/pro/pr/2004/nab/cybernewsroom/releases/HD2K.htm
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> Saw this demonstrated at NAB and I've never seen such spectacular video
> presentation. $30,000 with the processor.

If money is no object, the best of best is always projection
only because there is a commercial market that doesn't care about cost but
wants BIG BIG pictures with great quality.
 
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> "Charles Tomaras" <tomaras@tomaras.com> wrote in message
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>> http://pro.jvc.com/pro/pr/2004/nab/cybernewsroom/releases/HD2K.htm
>>
>> Saw this demonstrated at NAB and I've never seen such spectacular video
>> presentation. $30,000 with the processor.
>
> If money is no object, the best of best is always projection
> only because there is a commercial market that doesn't care about cost but
> wants BIG BIG pictures with great quality.


What I felt looking at this home theater sized projector a looking in
general at the way projector prices have fallen in the last 5 or so years is
that this new 3-chip technology that JVC is using will be under $10,000 in a
couple of years and downright affordable in 5 years. That excites me because
I know that there will be something this good in my future! If my eyes hold
out...retirement is gonna be filled with spectacular home cinema on a scale
I wouldn't have dreamed of a few years ago.
 

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"Charles Tomaras" <tomaras@tomaras.com> wrote in message
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> "Randy Sweeney" <rsweeney1@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:d5CdnW7m2MjzHxXdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
> > "Charles Tomaras" <tomaras@tomaras.com> wrote in message
> > news:542dnZPaXtaV8xXdRVn-jg@comcast.com...
> >> http://pro.jvc.com/pro/pr/2004/nab/cybernewsroom/releases/HD2K.htm
> >> Saw this demonstrated at NAB and I've never seen such spectacular video
> >> presentation. $30,000 with the processor.
> > If money is no object, the best of best is always projection
> > only because there is a commercial market that doesn't care about cost
but
> > wants BIG BIG pictures with great quality.
> What I felt looking at this home theater sized projector a looking in
> general at the way projector prices have fallen in the last 5 or so years
is
> that this new 3-chip technology that JVC is using will be under $10,000 in
a
> couple of years and downright affordable in 5 years. That excites me
because
> I know that there will be something this good in my future! If my eyes
hold
> out...retirement is gonna be filled with spectacular home cinema on a
scale
> I wouldn't have dreamed of a few years ago.

How's the brightness look from this DLA-HD2K unit? That's the only issue I
may have with it.. 500 lumens?
Still love to have one, though. I have a JVC G11 (Dilard calibrated) now.

I'd hate to replace it, but I may have to someday due to damned HDCP/DVI
stuff.

The Sony Qualia is another new $$$ digital projector that's blowing
reviewers away.

You can have performance close to this *now* for about $2,000 - $5,000.
Try a search in Ebay for JVC G11 or G15.

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Charles Tomaras wrote:
> "Randy Sweeney" <rsweeney1@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:d5CdnW7m2MjzHxXdRVn-gw@comcast.com...
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>>"Charles Tomaras" <tomaras@tomaras.com> wrote in message
>>news:542dnZPaXtaV8xXdRVn-jg@comcast.com...
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>>>http://pro.jvc.com/pro/pr/2004/nab/cybernewsroom/releases/HD2K.htm
>>>
>>>Saw this demonstrated at NAB and I've never seen such spectacular video
>>>presentation. $30,000 with the processor.
>>
>>If money is no object, the best of best is always projection
>>only because there is a commercial market that doesn't care about cost but
>>wants BIG BIG pictures with great quality.
>
>
>
> What I felt looking at this home theater sized projector a looking in
> general at the way projector prices have fallen in the last 5 or so years is
> that this new 3-chip technology that JVC is using will be under $10,000 in a
> couple of years and downright affordable in 5 years. That excites me because
> I know that there will be something this good in my future! If my eyes hold
> out...retirement is gonna be filled with spectacular home cinema on a scale
> I wouldn't have dreamed of a few years ago.
>
>
You should Check out CRT projection. It's still king,if you have a light
controlled room, of picture quality and Affordable now.
Check Here: www.avsforum.com

Clay
 
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"Badger" <Cferriola@triad.rr.123numbers.com> wrote in message
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> You should Check out CRT projection. It's still king,if you have a light
> controlled room, of picture quality and Affordable now.
> Check Here: www.avsforum.com
>
> Clay

Clay, I've seen many projectors over the years and I've got to say this new
JVC bested anything I've ever seen including the high end CRT's...it was
truly amazing.
 

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Charles Tomaras wrote:
> "Badger" <Cferriola@triad.rr.123numbers.com> wrote in message
> news:fNric.37548$6m4.1659795@twister.southeast.rr.com...
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>>You should Check out CRT projection. It's still king,if you have a light
>>controlled room, of picture quality and Affordable now.
>>Check Here: www.avsforum.com
>>
>>Clay
>
>
> Clay, I've seen many projectors over the years and I've got to say this new
> JVC bested anything I've ever seen including the high end CRT's...it was
> truly amazing.
>
>
It may be the best, but how much is a HIGH end CRT these days?
8000-12000 dollars practically new? The CRT pj's last 10-15000 hours.
How much are your bulbs gonna be after they burn out at 2-3000 hours?

I was only trying to make a point about expense versus reward.

Clay
 
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> Charles Tomaras wrote:
>> "Badger" <Cferriola@triad.rr.123numbers.com> wrote in message
>> news:fNric.37548$6m4.1659795@twister.southeast.rr.com...
>>
>>>You should Check out CRT projection. It's still king,if you have a light
>>>controlled room, of picture quality and Affordable now.
>>>Check Here: www.avsforum.com
>>>
>>>Clay
>>
>>
>> Clay, I've seen many projectors over the years and I've got to say this
>> new JVC bested anything I've ever seen including the high end CRT's...it
>> was truly amazing.
> It may be the best, but how much is a HIGH end CRT these days? 8000-12000
> dollars practically new? The CRT pj's last 10-15000 hours. How much are
> your bulbs gonna be after they burn out at 2-3000 hours?
>
> I was only trying to make a point about expense versus reward.

Point taken.
 
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"Charles Tomaras" <tomaras@tomaras.com> wrote in message
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> http://pro.jvc.com/pro/pr/2004/nab/cybernewsroom/releases/HD2K.htm
>
> Saw this demonstrated at NAB and I've never seen such spectacular video
> presentation. $30,000 with the processor.

The ATSC reference projector at the Sarnoff Labs in NJ is tops on my list.

You can definitely see all 1920 pixels on it.

Of course it cost them over $100K to build too.
 
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"Randy Sweeney" <rsweeney1@comcast.net> wrote in message
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> "Charles Tomaras" <tomaras@tomaras.com> wrote in message
> news:542dnZPaXtaV8xXdRVn-jg@comcast.com...
>> http://pro.jvc.com/pro/pr/2004/nab/cybernewsroom/releases/HD2K.htm
>>
>> Saw this demonstrated at NAB and I've never seen such spectacular video
>> presentation. $30,000 with the processor.
>
> The ATSC reference projector at the Sarnoff Labs in NJ is tops on my list.
>
> You can definitely see all 1920 pixels on it.

Don't you mean you CAN'T see all 1920 pixels! :)
 
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