And so I have the beamer can be questioned next show, however, was clear after the meeting with the specialist that my needs were really just a projector in question. I had brought photographs and sketches of the room and the lighting conditions specified the unit immediately. The projector is operated with me in the living room. A bright room that is not completely blacked out, I would even say very much residual light due. Furthermore, Lens shift is essential, and the WAF (woman acceptance factor) can not ignore.
In the image comparison could convince both the JVC and the Panasonic X30 PT-AT5000 in addition to the EPSON TW9000w. Compared to my old beamer here all equipment provided a better picture of worlds. But even in the 2D image different from the Panasonic, not because I liked the picture. I am not a professional and not to think about various details, I expect a projector in this price range, which was also calibrated yet, just a picture that I like. I personally had the sharpness and contrast of the Panasonic simply not come close to that of the Epson or JVC. Furthermore, the picture was dark in comparison to the Epson. Exactly this point is also the JVC projector.
In the professional environment of the dealer with the home theater is, of course, is hardly noticeable, but those who once had a projector at home, who knows exactly how extreme impact of a bright area on the image. Even in 2D, the JVC was already dark. The quality of the 2D image were both the JVC and Epson in a stunner. In many forums, to read again and again, the JVC is the 2D image to the Epson in the brilliance of a little superior (because of the different projector technology), I could honestly see no difference. As I said, I'm not a professional but I've known from a little bit and we have tested various movies / sequences in black level, PT-AE7000U.