Do you know what HDR standard it is? My guess is it's HDR premium since the project isn't native 4K. I'm still not convinced on a projector but then again if you spend the time and money to get a good screen, good project and the lighting just right you can a decent output. I know when my local theater expanded there's a huge difference in quality between the new theaters with the newer projectors vs the older screens. I'm still several years off from doing a home theater room but something like you wnat canofhundingers might not be a bad idea. Ideally my perfect set up would be both the TV and the projector support native 4K, both HDR10 and Dolby Vision and 3D but I highly doubt that'll happen.
Changing gears do you guys think it'd be worth it to hire a home theater company to come in and calibrate my new TV? The reason I ask is I'm having a hell of a time trying to get the thing correctly calibrated for both games and movies. My PS4 Pro is all set I got that to where I like it the only thing I might do is tweak the brightness a little more but I finally got the colors to pop in HDR. The Xbox One S is being a bit more problematic since that's what I use for both gaming and movies. Gaming I just copied my PS4 settings but when watching media like on Netflix and Youtube that causes the picture to be oversaturated. So I just set it to the Cinema Pro setting and while it produces a decent result I'm still not 100% happy with it. Then comes the issue of when I switch back to Game mode for gaming the brightness gets jacked all the way back up.
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