Phone themescene and they will confirm that they have had no stock from the far east for months. No one has them in stock. The first shipments are here now, but most of these are going to people you have been waiting the longest.
Timmy is correct, we have an enormous back-order which we are trying to work throug as quick as we can, the advantage you have with us is we don't charge you a penny until the goods are despatched so you can see it would be as important to us to get the goods to you as quickly as possible.
It would be nice if audiovision where to let poeple know that there was a back log i was told i would have one the week before christmas. Christmas came and went no H56 when i phoned to enquire the guy spoke to me like i was an idiot for not knowing there ware non in stock and said it would be the end of january, we are of course now in feb and again nobody has bothered to get in touch. Good price shame about the service.
Audiovision are a good company to buy from, its bloody optoma who are the pains in the arse as they sell substandard PJs that dont do what they say they do. No wonder neil dosent want to help me. i woudnt want to deal with optoma either.
just dont try and send your PJ a progressive image direct from the dvd player.
(all is fine in interlaced mode, till you send the PJ for optoma to fix the progressive mode then they fook up that as well)
at first optoma said"ah yes we can fix that via firmware" i said great. sent it off
it comes back problems even worse now as the image is been croped top and bottom as well as right hand side.when you send it a prog signal.(it also adds a tint to the pic)
but know the interlaced input is being croped left and right as well
MAD_DARREN had the same problem with his h56, and he had trouble with optoma but was lucky his supplier was his friend who in the end swaped it out for a infocus 5700.
Oh dear ... I was aware of what I thought was a small glitch with progressive which you had described, just a single scanline I thought, seems like they made it a lot worse and broke interlaced at the same time.
Hmmm ... methinks the Optoma sounds a liability ... next on my list is a PE8700 ...
Hi Gandley, Appologise for the delay in returning to you I have just got back from my Honeymmon and am attempting to catch up, the problem we have is not that the unit is faulty but the software needs upgrading to accept the signal your giving it, due to when Optoma manufacturer a product they attempt to cover as many angles as possible but they can not achieve this as new models of DVD are coming out all the time, I will continue to pursue this with Optoma to come up with an answer, I'll let you knwo as soon as, your not using a Pioneer DVD player by any chance, if you are depending on when it was purchased you may have to send it back to Pioneer for an upgrade.
Regarding the stock availability we are just as miffed as everyone else, and as i've stated before Docta teef, we don't take any money until the goods are despatched so it is an enormous advantage to us to get our hands on these things as quick as possible, we can only inform you exactly what Optoma tell us, they then let us down, yet people continue to blame us....
I am in talks with Optoma at the moment trying to at least get an idea on future stock levels and timings, I will let you know what i manage to find out.
Thanks also for the comments about James, he's a good lad and get's the job done, i would also recommend you contacting him.