Sony class action settlement for many SXRD rear projection TV owners. http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/news-item.pl?news_id=402 This applies to XBR2, Qualia, A2000, A2020 and A3000 models of these products to compensate for optical block problems.
I have found two things that can reduce plasma buzzing sound levels. One is to reduce the contrast (light output). The second is to eliminate a ground loop as shown here https://www.homecinemaguru.com/?page_id=211.
The lamp in a front projector will shift in color over time more than any other display. To keep the color performance up to the standards it was left in after a professional calibration you can touch up the color of white yourself. I do this about every 200 hours on my projector. I would download… Read more
Front projection systems are fun, but a little maintenance can keep them at peak performance. Over time your projector and screen will collect dust. I would dust the screen with a soft clean cloth once every six months. The projector lens will also collect dust. I would consider dusting it carefully once every six months… Read more
I recently had the opportunity to check out the VideoEQ Pro from AVFoundry. This is an external video color processor that can be used to correct gamma, gray scale, color and hue errors from improper primary and secondary colors. The product includes infrared remote control along with 4 custom and preset tables. It has a single HDMI… Read more