If you have more than one display connected to your AVR and you are having connection issues, try this "quick-fix" article to resolve your issue.
Bright HDR Settings for JVC X5500 / 7500 / 9500 / 5900 / 7900 / 9900
HDR Settings for these last-gen JVCs. Better late than never.
Apple TV 4K versus Xbox Series X / Xbox One X for Media Playback
We compare the Xbox's video and audio output to the AppleTV 4K.
Epson PU1008 / PU1007 / PU1006 Impressions
I was at Epson's Sydney showroom for a demo of Epson's new business laser projector line. Find out how it went...
Epson TW9400 / UB6050 / UB5050 Pixel Shifting Update
Epson introduced 3x pixel shift on the Epson TW9400 and UB5050 / UB6050 models with the 1.03 firmware. Find out what is happening and how Epson achieved it!
Epson TW9400 / TW8400 / UB6050 / UB5050 – Ultimate Dynamic Calibration
I wanted to create a calibration that could be used for both SDR and HDR without having to switch picture modes - or load a new memory. What's more, I wanted the gamma controls to be usable to switch between 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4 gamma (0, -1, -2 settings on the Epson). Check out how I went!
Buying a Used JVC Projector
I detail all the JVC models in the HD and X lines to find out if they are still worth your time and your money.
Epson TW9400 / TW8400 / UB5050 / UB6050 Tips and Tricks
I have owned the TW9400 / UB6050 for the last two years after owning about 10 JVCs. I got fed up with JVC's quality control and awful support in Australia. Interestingly, support was great back in the UK and made up for the issues with quality control. This is not to say JVC isn't trying... Continue Reading →
The Display Calibration Guide
Display Calibration is a skill every Home Cinema enthusiast should have! However, the guides out in the wild aren't necessarily the easiest to get to grips with - or provide all the permutations of calibration options in one place. The Simple Home Cinema Display Calibration Guide is here to fill that space.
Display Calibration – Spectral Samples (CCSS)
CCSS samples are used to correct your colorimeter to your display if you don’t have a spectrophotometer. They can be used with HCFR or ArgyllCMS.