A correct adjusted image on Electrohome Marquee 9500, 1080P 72hz on a 100" studiotek 130, max 18fl and 400000:1 +++ on-off contrast. It will look stunning in dynamic and I know I will love it.SDR is generally always more dynamic on projectors than HDR, due to the fact that most people run projectors brighter in HDR mode, anyway it will always be SDR as the options is SDR source or HDR source converted to a SDR display, even the best JVC projectors is SDR, or medium dynamic range projectors, a reference CRT projector is a significantly more dynamic projector type, its just not suited for much more than 100"
Question, what would you chose.
Electrohome Marquee 9500, 1080P 72hz on a 100" studiotek 130, max 18fl and 400000:1 on off contrast.
Epson TW9400 1080P same screen around 65fl max and a 3500:1 on off contrast.
Tonemapping done in Mad VR.
Forget about price size and setup, just pure image performance question.
And tell me why you chose what.
This is a hard one to answer for me. Because I know the weakness and the strong sides with both.
Also one of them takes 1 minute to get perfect and the other one takes LONG time.
But you know that I love dark scenes, and then not hard . I could easily take the Marquee 9500, but you must have done the work with the CRT adjustments lol. I have seen yours when it was up and running and I liked that image really much.