what are you saying jb's and harvey norman are not real shops? they have all the tv on most of the time and yes the expensive ones all have loops via usb and thats not good for watching fta
what to hard to unplug a rf lead and swing along a group of tv's.
just say you have 10 groups of 10 tvs in a shop, that's a 100 tv's all around and no shop has 100 tv's on display at any time
you are telling me that they cannot have one aerial point to swing to 10 tv's. c'mon.
I haven't added much to this thread recently ( can't believe it's reached 50 pages), however, as one of the major reasons for buying an X7000 was to implement 4kUHD when it finally arrived, I thought it worthwhile to let people know of the recent developments with regard to the creation of UHD gamma curves for these units.
For anyone that has invested in a 4kUHD player, like me, they may have initially been underwhelmed with the implementation of HDR using JVC's Gamma D.
For me it resulted in a very dark and oversaturated image.
Well, the good news is that there have been some amazing developments over on AVS, whereby you can create your own Gamma curve ( or any number of Custom Gamma's) based on your individual nit output of your JVC at your throw distance, lamp mode and iris setting.
It is a complete game changer !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I am no longer interested in SDRBT2020, when I can customise my own HDR gamma curves.
Read along :
It may seem a bit daunting initially, however, it really is quite simple. And very quick.
Give it a shot. It is sooooo worth it.
Hi Cevolution are these release dates US or Australian release dates ?
If Australian then I suggest now might be a good time for us to start a new sticky thread in this forum with just the future / upcoming 4K UHD movies for Australia in it. Separate from the general discussion of 4K UHD features and problems.
Any one else in agreement ?
On a separate note Iron man 1, 2 & 3 UHD are being released in Europe in April.