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    • its not a disc, you just download and use patterns on a usb stick and things like a little too dark will have sorted in a flash. have you set output with a light meter ? that is definitely  must as well  can point to affordable one if needed. projectors particularly you cant really go on others settings. not to say your possibly not pretty close now, but it really helps things to dial in   and the RM files you would be doing regardless of the autocal  so well worth it for the small money it costs.
    • Before you do ..  have you tried a different set of cables? you might have some shorting going on.
    • I reconnected the setup last night and with just the amp connected no noise but when the pre amp  was turned on an extremely loud evil crackle/buzz through the speakers like bad things are happening...i quickly shut it down.   I dont think is any point sending off the pre amp for checking/repair as i think i need hdmi anyway to work with a new tv so am going to purchase  another receiver. Please provide any suggestions... am thinking maybe an amazon purchase from .de or .uk...would a pioneer vsx 1131 do the job?
    • I am waiting for JVC to fix their Auto Cal software and get a sensor.    I saw that disc and it does appear to work well for a friend's X7000. The nice thing is that the X9500/7500 really looks pretty good out of the box and it is takes very few clicks to get it right which is what Kris had recommended - out of the box, it was just a little dark. I took some screenshots of the menu settings but I don't remember an owners thread here so I didn't post it.
    • As you go down the pana line that's exactly right doggie ; logos for 300 then 400 below ; the 900 has the multi analogs and 32bit dacs but if you don't need this the 400 also has a better  low jitter clock to help mitigate hdmi's silly video clock timing ; just like the oppo 205 without the fancy analog stage  7.1 analog outputs are ok for music depending on your system but totally redundant for atmos 7.1.4 say .. Twin HDMI