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domino 30h or evolution?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by mrsnak19, Jan 23, 2005.

  1. mrsnak19

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    Hello, j have a domino 30h (the sim2 why it penalizes its customers changing after little months the chip for domino 30h hd2 constrast 2.000 vith hd2 plus with contrast 2.800 after that I have bought it as soon as exited on the market?) and I would want to pass sim2 ht300E (dark chip 3 and contrast 3.500 and Faroudja: FLI2310) to what of thoughts?
    Thanks and hello.
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    Mrs nak19

    Sim 2 is no different from any other projector manufacturer in as much as they wish to stay at the leading edge of this remarkable technolgy.

    As TI release new DMDs, all the DLP projector manufacturers like Sim2, Infocus, Optoma etc will incorporate them in their new models.
    Take Optoma, the H77 has not been out long and they are soon to release the H79. Infocus had the 7200, then the 7205 and now I believe the 7210 soon.

    Technology marches on and will continue to do so. If you compare your projector's price/performance with the original HT300 at £9000 you will get my point.

    Jeff :rtfm:
     
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    Hi,
    Yes, it is a problem with the many new models.
    I had the HT200, HT300XTRAH and now the HT300E.
    The HT300 E is no evolution but a revolution.
    He makes obviously the best picture what I have ever seen with 1-chip-DLP.
    Particularly if he was one measured and calibrated with Colorfacts.
    The gray levels are very linear and the picture very natural.
    The DC3 is a consistent improvement.

    PF
     
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    Good to hear you're so pleased with the 300E.

    We agree with your commments. The combination of the DC3 chip and the new Colours Management software has made some profound improvements.

    Jeff :rtfm:
     
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    hi to everyone ,does anyone know know the code number for setting the lamp hour indicator back to zero on my remote control . any replies would be grateful
    norm : :lease:
     
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    Norm, why do you need to reset the lamp timer ? Have you fitted a new lamp ?

    Jeff :rtfm:
     
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    hi jeff many thanks for getting in touch ...i have upgraded from a sharps xvz1e ,and i automaticaly assumed there was a way of resetting the lamp life meter to zero as i could on the sharps or is it done by internal chip !!!!.
    regards
    norm :)
     
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    Norm, sure, you can reset the lamp timer in the Sim2 range but it's only done when a new lamp is installed.
    If a Sim2 customer wants a new lamp installed, we are happy to supply the lamp and fit it, reset the counter and check over the unit and do a basic calibration FOC. We are happy to install new firmware too if there is a more recent version available.

    Jeff :rtfm:
     

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