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Nov 20, 2017 8:41 AM
Does anyone have any information about how to use the "IR Input" on the HW40ES?
I contacted Sony, who was 'unable' to provide me with a part number, and shuffled me off to Encompass who was even less helpful.
Has anyone used this feature to locate the IR pickup in a better spot? If so, can you share any information on what you used to accomplish this? Part numbers would be even better if you used a Sony part.
Or if you know of a way to use this feature with another brand of IR pickup that would be great too.
Thanks in advance!
Jul 5, 2016 8:01 AM
Purchased the Sony vplhw40e5 from amazon last week after reading lots
of amazing reviews on it. It showed up yesterday, I installed it and
turned it on. The image right out of the box was amazing...for 20 minutes...then this red flood of color filled the screen and shortly
after that the image started breaking up. I disconnected my hdmi cable but the red image is still there even in the menu screen. I cant find one report of this problem anywhere. Starting to think I should have stuck with Epson. Tried calling Sony and I keep getting
transferred and put on Hold and no one answers. After 30 mins i gave
Jun 2, 2016 9:18 PM
I am happy to find this website about projectors, and also living forum. I am in process to create projector room, never got projector in my life, I love to watch movies/tv series.
I read a lot about really good value/quality projector and it seems SONY VPL-HW40ES is on top of list for that kind of money.
I used your calculator, I am in process to order 150" (diagonal) projection screen
http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/150-inch-projector-screen-16-9-projection-High-quality-screen-Factory-Supply-Best-Quality-Matte-White/1947662_32500414569.html - I believe it got 1.1 gain, probably I will make the frame for it here.
My question is, according calculator for 150" I should put projector around 550cm (zoom 1.3) in front of screen, which already have warning that I need more brightness. Of course I want to run it in ECO mode, so with 150" for me it makes sense to make bigger zoom to 1.5, which is 476cm, and doesn't give this info (higher brightness).
I was also searching for info about zoom vs distance and it seems in the end it is same, I will get same brightness on the screen
I also believe I am not losing any detail for using allowed zoom.
I am also open to make smaller screen, 150" is quite huge, maybe 130"-140" would be OK.
Also, I am 99% convinced I will buy this projector. When I search on google best projectors 2016 or something, this projector never pop ups, there are others, like Epson, Optoma, BenQ and of course other expensive SONY/JVC but what I read, I can't go wrong with this one, I read so good reviews about this one.
May 9, 2016 7:10 PM
Whenever I power on my projector I am stuck with a double image that has a red tint for the first few minutes. After a while it goes away and there are no issues.
I did not realize this was an issue until my dad purchased the same projector and he has no such issue. I tried looking online for an issue but figured I would come to these forums and see if anybody has any suggestions.
Attached is an image of my issue, thank you!
Apr 28, 2016 7:25 PM
I am new to projectors and appreciate any help anyone can give me. We are looking at putting a projector in our pole barn. We are looking at using a 216" diagonal Da-Lite screen on the 15' wall. The barn is 48' wide and has a vaulted ceiling with a 2/12 pitch. We have been looking at the Sony VPL-HW40ES and the Epson 5030UB but leaning towards the Sony. The calculator shows the projector should be 26'2" from the screen. At this distance the ceiling would be 3'8" higher than the top of the wall where the screen will be mounted. The screen will be lower than the top of the wall with the case and black area and the projector will be on a mount so it won't be tight against the ceiling either but this gives a close estimate of how much higher the projector will be than the screen. I have a couple of questions, can the projector be mounted this much higher than the screen? Also, can this projector be used on a screen that large? The specs say it is good for up to a 300" screen but the calculator shows the brightness to be 5Fl on the 216" screen at this distance. The Epson shows the same brightness but a mounting distance of 28'8 This would put this projector at 3'2" higher than the top of the wall.
Thanks in advance for any help on this.
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