Yea I thought it looked like from the web that it was an older projector. 0I’d buy the service manual online for $10, I usually do that if it’s something new. I was guessing no or nonfunctional CMS. However the owner said in his reply email to me “My projector has not reached 100 hours yet”. I suppose that it might be refurb. Should it be ok if it really hasn’t been used even if it is old? Any recommendation on explaining this to the client without turning them off? The last thing that I want to do is tell them there gear is going to look wrong no matter what I do, but… By his own admission the whole system is “budget minded”?
Also all of his sources (3-4) are running through an Onkyo Receiver feeding one input on his projector. But he wants a “game mode set on the projector”. Any recommendations without playing with the thing. Will a “game mode” just be a hotter setting then the one that I calibrate? Personally I think “game modes” are marketing crap and I choose to game on the normal reference calibration.
Thanks for the reply!