TVs and projectors
I was waiting for this last professional review....at last it is out..... now everything about this 'controversial ' TV would be said and done with I let you judge for yourself.....
My gut instincts about this TV have aways been unflappable despite mounting sense discord and mix views. I felt unsettled but I remained firm and put my money down before all the reviews came out.
Hi as mentioned in the heading of this post I have recently invested in a Panasonic TX-P50GT60 and would at some stage love to get it
ISF calibrated dose anyone know of someone in the Southampton or surrounding area that would be capable of carrying this out .
Also what sort of money are we talking about
Planning to buy either a benq w1070 or epson tw5910 but as there is £255 price difference between the benq and epson I wanted to ask which of benq w1070 and epson tw5910 will give the best picture quality in full hd 2 and 3d.
thinking of putting together either a tv or projector cinema system but after seeing the picture quality of this year sony (
Having recently got my VT65 professionally calibrated, and posted about how delighted I am with the results, it's probably clear where I stand on this issue.
I'm interested to hear arguments for and against calibration using a meter, however. If you decided not to calibrate your TV (and this seems true of the great majority of people), what influenced your decision?
Wondering if anyone else has tried the evolution kit on their Samsung TV?I have put one on my ES8000 and had nightmares.whilst I am no electronics engineer I am pretty confident adding a box to the back of the tv which should simply push in.carried out instructions and first off the evolution kit wasnt detected, second time it was and started to download new software and operating system in to the tv.on set up it wouldnt find any wifi networks (my iphone can currently locate 10 in the neighbourhood) This just about renders the box useless.
I've been looking to get an HDTV since Christmas, but the pros and cons of the various models had me thoroughly confused. And now. helpfully, all the manufacturers have changed their ranges. I'm really sick of looking and just want to settle on a model, check it and hopefully buy it.
My requirements are fairly simple:
* 40 or 42" screen size.
* Budget is up to about £1500 but I'd REALLY like to spend less if possible - I want something that offers good value for money.
* Low input lag and great motion display for console gaming
With this years panasonic zt60 v kuro and now oled tvs coming out how low can black levels get .how far was the kuro from absolute black if there is such a thing.one of the calibrators from this years value electronics show said that they were super nit picking with this years top plasmas,all were amazing tvs the technology isnt moving forward that much apart from all the smart function rubbish like touch pens and voice recognition.
Looking at projectors at then moment, and wondered if it's a good idea to buy second hand?
Besides the lamp needed replacing at some point, does much else go wrong with them?
Any hlep would be much appreciated.....
The alternative is to purchase a new one but my budget is limited.......any opinions on the budget side of projectors? Worth getting, or saving up and looking at more expensive one's in the future.
Would be keen to get 1080p and 3d, although 3d wouldn't be used too much at this point as my amp will not pass it through.....