Epson's HC5050ub Projector

mechman

Senior Admin
Staff member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
1,552
Location
Empire Township, MN
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Pioneer VSX-832
Front Speakers
Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 55s
Center Channel Speaker
Definitive Technology CS8040
Surround Back Speakers
Definitive Technology DI6.5R
Other Speakers or Equipment
Apple TV 4K
Video Display Device
LG OLED65C7P
Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 650
Streaming Subscriptions
HBO Max, YouTubeTV, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+
Epson has finally released it's replacement for the much celebrated 5040ub/ube line of projectors. I took that opportunity to update my 5040ube to a 5050ub and I'll post my calibration narrative here. All of these readings below are using SDR mode to measure except for Digital Cinema. Digital Cinema and Cinema are the two modes which engage the color filter to get expanded gamut coverage. The other modes do not engage that filter. In hindsight, I probably should have gotten some HDR readings from Cinema mode but from my experience with the 5040ube I've found that Digital Cinema is generally the much better mode for HDR.

Pre-Calibration


Dynamic

Average DeltaE of 6.4

Bright Cinema

Average DeltaE of 7.02

Natural

Average DeltaE of 3

Cinema

Average DeltaE of 6.04

BW Cinema

Average DeltaE of 3.69

Digital Cinema

SDR

Average DeltaE of 5.41

HDR

Average DeltaE of 12.01

Looking at the numbers, Natural mode looks outstanding out of the box for SDR with a DeltaE of 3. The rest of the modes look to fall within the realm of what you would see with similar displays out of the box.

Contrast Ratio

Dynamic


Bright Cinema


Natural


Cinema



HDR Digital Cinema


These are out of the box values - non-calibrated. I'll wait until the 5050ub has around 200+ hours on it before I even think about calibrating it.

Some of the things I have noticed so far is that the 505o has a HDR button on the remote which when pressed brings up a HDR slider. The slider has values from 1-16 with the lower numbers being brighter and the higher numbers being darker. I've tended to adjust it as needed but it seems that it is generally anywhere from 6-8. The default value is 8. There's also a new grayscale calibration feature. There is still the old RGB Gains/Offsets under 'Custom' in 'Color Temp'. Now there is also a menu item titled 'Grayscale' just below 'Custom'. It includes 8 step grayscale calibration that includes adjustments for Red, Green, Blue and Brightness. I haven't played around with this at all and I'm not quite sure what 8 steps Epson has included for calibration but it is a step forward and the should be commended if this feature functions properly. Outside of that, I haven't noticed anything that stands out to me as different from the 5040ube.

I'll be adding to this thread as I go along.
 
Last edited:

Todd Anderson

Editor / Senior Admin
Staff member
Joined
Jan 20, 2017
Messages
6,838
Location
Balt/Wash Metro
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
StormAudio ISP.24 MK2
Main Amp
Emotiva XPA-5
Additional Amp
Emotiva XPA Gen3 2.8 multichannel amp
Other Amp
Denon X8500H
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
OPPO UDP-203, Panasonic UB9000
Front Speakers
GoldenEar Technology Triton One.R
Center Channel Speaker
GoldenEar Technology SuperCenter Reference
Surround Speakers
SVS Ultra Surround
Surround Back Speakers
SVS Ultra Bookshelf
Front Height Speakers
SVS Prime Elevation x4 (Top Front, Top Mid-Front)
Rear Height Speakers
SVS Prime Elevation x4 (Top Middle, Top Rear)
Subwoofers
dual SVS SB16s + dual PSA XS30s
Other Speakers or Equipment
Behringer 1124p; Aura Bass Shaker Pros; SuperSub X
Video Display Device
JVC NX7
Screen
Carada Cine-White 0 gain
Streaming Subscriptions
LG Electronics 65-inch B6 OLED, Sony 65-inch X900F
Ohhhhh... nice!!! Awesome data.

Looking forward to reading impressions and seeing some post-cal measurements! :T:T
 

mechman

Senior Admin
Staff member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
1,552
Location
Empire Township, MN
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Pioneer VSX-832
Front Speakers
Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 55s
Center Channel Speaker
Definitive Technology CS8040
Surround Back Speakers
Definitive Technology DI6.5R
Other Speakers or Equipment
Apple TV 4K
Video Display Device
LG OLED65C7P
Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 650
Streaming Subscriptions
HBO Max, YouTubeTV, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+
So far I'm impressed. It's a nice step up from the 5040.
 

mechman

Senior Admin
Staff member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
1,552
Location
Empire Township, MN
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Pioneer VSX-832
Front Speakers
Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 55s
Center Channel Speaker
Definitive Technology CS8040
Surround Back Speakers
Definitive Technology DI6.5R
Other Speakers or Equipment
Apple TV 4K
Video Display Device
LG OLED65C7P
Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 650
Streaming Subscriptions
HBO Max, YouTubeTV, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+
Installed CalMAN 2019 the other day and I figured I'd better get a Color Volume check on this new pj.

 

mechman

Senior Admin
Staff member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
1,552
Location
Empire Township, MN
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Pioneer VSX-832
Front Speakers
Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 55s
Center Channel Speaker
Definitive Technology CS8040
Surround Back Speakers
Definitive Technology DI6.5R
Other Speakers or Equipment
Apple TV 4K
Video Display Device
LG OLED65C7P
Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 650
Streaming Subscriptions
HBO Max, YouTubeTV, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+
Projector has 97 hours on it and I spent a 2-3 hours calibrating HDR10. I've found that the best results calibration-wise and film content are to have the HDR slider at 10. When I watch hockey however, as I am now, that's too dark and I slide it up to 7. Here are the calibration charts from CalMAN - Digital Cinema mode:

Pre-Calibration


Post-Calibration

 

mechman

Senior Admin
Staff member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
1,552
Location
Empire Township, MN
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Pioneer VSX-832
Front Speakers
Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 55s
Center Channel Speaker
Definitive Technology CS8040
Surround Back Speakers
Definitive Technology DI6.5R
Other Speakers or Equipment
Apple TV 4K
Video Display Device
LG OLED65C7P
Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 650
Streaming Subscriptions
HBO Max, YouTubeTV, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+
I just checked the hours and I'm at 253. I'll be doing a full calibration on it this week and I'll chronicle it here in this thread. I'll also have to make some tough choices as to whether I want the expanded gamut that Digital Cinema offers or the brighter image that Bright Cinema offers. Each can do their own thing but neither can do them both.
 

Michael Scott

Moderator / Reviewer
Staff member
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
3,770
Location
Arizona
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Yamaha TRS-7850 Atmos Receiver
Other Amp
Peavy IPR 3000 for subs
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Sony ubx800 4K UHD Player
Front Speakers
Cheap Thrills Mains
Center Channel Speaker
Cheap Thrills Center
Surround Speakers
Volt 10 Surrounds
Surround Back Speakers
Volt 10 Rear Surrounds
Rear Height Speakers
Volt 6 Overheads
Subwoofers
2x Marty subs (full size with SI 18's)
Video Display Device
Sony 85 inch X950H FALD TV
niiiiiiiiiiiiice. I'm in the market (hopefully) to replace my JVC RS46 sometime to a 4K (ish) projector, and the 5050ub has been on my radar. Glad to see it's an actual improvement and not just a repackaging. that light output is pretty impressive.
 

Todd Anderson

Editor / Senior Admin
Staff member
Joined
Jan 20, 2017
Messages
6,838
Location
Balt/Wash Metro
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
StormAudio ISP.24 MK2
Main Amp
Emotiva XPA-5
Additional Amp
Emotiva XPA Gen3 2.8 multichannel amp
Other Amp
Denon X8500H
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
OPPO UDP-203, Panasonic UB9000
Front Speakers
GoldenEar Technology Triton One.R
Center Channel Speaker
GoldenEar Technology SuperCenter Reference
Surround Speakers
SVS Ultra Surround
Surround Back Speakers
SVS Ultra Bookshelf
Front Height Speakers
SVS Prime Elevation x4 (Top Front, Top Mid-Front)
Rear Height Speakers
SVS Prime Elevation x4 (Top Middle, Top Rear)
Subwoofers
dual SVS SB16s + dual PSA XS30s
Other Speakers or Equipment
Behringer 1124p; Aura Bass Shaker Pros; SuperSub X
Video Display Device
JVC NX7
Screen
Carada Cine-White 0 gain
Streaming Subscriptions
LG Electronics 65-inch B6 OLED, Sony 65-inch X900F
Epson is the best thing going on if you’re looking to spend less than JVCs top three lamp-based 4K models.

Hang tight, tho, Mike. JVC *might* have some big announcements at CEDIA!
 

Michael Scott

Moderator / Reviewer
Staff member
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
3,770
Location
Arizona
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Yamaha TRS-7850 Atmos Receiver
Other Amp
Peavy IPR 3000 for subs
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Sony ubx800 4K UHD Player
Front Speakers
Cheap Thrills Mains
Center Channel Speaker
Cheap Thrills Center
Surround Speakers
Volt 10 Surrounds
Surround Back Speakers
Volt 10 Rear Surrounds
Rear Height Speakers
Volt 6 Overheads
Subwoofers
2x Marty subs (full size with SI 18's)
Video Display Device
Sony 85 inch X950H FALD TV
Epson is the best thing going on if you’re looking to spend less than JVCs top three lamp-based 4K models.

Hang tight, tho, Mike. JVC *might* have some big announcements at CEDIA!
haha, yeah I love my JVCs, I just don't like their price for the 4K stuff. the stuff I want from them is $4,000 on the LOW end. They've sadly not been able to adapt to the $2500-$2800 market like they were in the 1080p projector world. I'd love an NX5 or NX7, but it's outside my price range by a good margin
 

Todd Anderson

Editor / Senior Admin
Staff member
Joined
Jan 20, 2017
Messages
6,838
Location
Balt/Wash Metro
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
StormAudio ISP.24 MK2
Main Amp
Emotiva XPA-5
Additional Amp
Emotiva XPA Gen3 2.8 multichannel amp
Other Amp
Denon X8500H
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
OPPO UDP-203, Panasonic UB9000
Front Speakers
GoldenEar Technology Triton One.R
Center Channel Speaker
GoldenEar Technology SuperCenter Reference
Surround Speakers
SVS Ultra Surround
Surround Back Speakers
SVS Ultra Bookshelf
Front Height Speakers
SVS Prime Elevation x4 (Top Front, Top Mid-Front)
Rear Height Speakers
SVS Prime Elevation x4 (Top Middle, Top Rear)
Subwoofers
dual SVS SB16s + dual PSA XS30s
Other Speakers or Equipment
Behringer 1124p; Aura Bass Shaker Pros; SuperSub X
Video Display Device
JVC NX7
Screen
Carada Cine-White 0 gain
Streaming Subscriptions
LG Electronics 65-inch B6 OLED, Sony 65-inch X900F
You might be able to get one or two models reviewed in the used market... but unlike used JVC 1080p projectors, you'll be left to deal with older HDR content.

I should get some hands on with the new Epson gear in about 2 weeks. I'll let you know what I think!
 

Michael Scott

Moderator / Reviewer
Staff member
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
3,770
Location
Arizona
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Yamaha TRS-7850 Atmos Receiver
Other Amp
Peavy IPR 3000 for subs
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Sony ubx800 4K UHD Player
Front Speakers
Cheap Thrills Mains
Center Channel Speaker
Cheap Thrills Center
Surround Speakers
Volt 10 Surrounds
Surround Back Speakers
Volt 10 Rear Surrounds
Rear Height Speakers
Volt 6 Overheads
Subwoofers
2x Marty subs (full size with SI 18's)
Video Display Device
Sony 85 inch X950H FALD TV
Yeah. The older hdr tech was my worry for going used. The new advances in hdr and Dolby vision are what really makes these new ones...I'm willing to give up a few things if the display has proper hdr and good black levels (been spoiled with jvc black levels that's for sure lol)
 

mechman

Senior Admin
Staff member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
1,552
Location
Empire Township, MN
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Pioneer VSX-832
Front Speakers
Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 55s
Center Channel Speaker
Definitive Technology CS8040
Surround Back Speakers
Definitive Technology DI6.5R
Other Speakers or Equipment
Apple TV 4K
Video Display Device
LG OLED65C7P
Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 650
Streaming Subscriptions
HBO Max, YouTubeTV, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+
I’m still trying to find time to get to calibrating my 5050. Life has been busy lately and it’s been getting pushed back.

The one thing that sets this model back is that you have to accept the trade-offs. You can get full P3 color, but at a big hit to brightness. You can get solid HDR brightness, but you don’t get full P3 coverage. When I calibrate mine I intend to calibrate both a full P3 mode (Digital Cinema) and a high brightness (Bright Cinema) mode and I’ll probably switch between those two depending upon content.
 

mechman

Senior Admin
Staff member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
1,552
Location
Empire Township, MN
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Pioneer VSX-832
Front Speakers
Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 55s
Center Channel Speaker
Definitive Technology CS8040
Surround Back Speakers
Definitive Technology DI6.5R
Other Speakers or Equipment
Apple TV 4K
Video Display Device
LG OLED65C7P
Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 650
Streaming Subscriptions
HBO Max, YouTubeTV, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+
Looking at post #5, the HDR post cal grayscale readings are seriously off. Either it took SDR readings or something is terribly amiss. The line should look more like the pre-cal readings but with the red, green and blue lines being much tighter. :ponder:

Don't know why I never saw that originally but I should have caught that. Either later today or tomorrow I intend to calibrate the 5050ub. I'll put it all here.
 

Michael Scott

Moderator / Reviewer
Staff member
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
3,770
Location
Arizona
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Yamaha TRS-7850 Atmos Receiver
Other Amp
Peavy IPR 3000 for subs
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Sony ubx800 4K UHD Player
Front Speakers
Cheap Thrills Mains
Center Channel Speaker
Cheap Thrills Center
Surround Speakers
Volt 10 Surrounds
Surround Back Speakers
Volt 10 Rear Surrounds
Rear Height Speakers
Volt 6 Overheads
Subwoofers
2x Marty subs (full size with SI 18's)
Video Display Device
Sony 85 inch X950H FALD TV
you're forgiven. but only this once. Next time beatings ensue
 

Sonnie

Senior Admin
Staff member
Joined
Apr 2, 2017
Messages
4,104
Location
Alabama
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Monolith HTP-1 Processor (Movies and Surround)
Main Amp
Sanders Sound System Magtech (Dual)
Additional Amp
Emotiva XPA-Eleven
Computer Audio
Intel NUC w/ Roon ROCK
DAC
miniDSP SHD (Two-Channel Music Only)
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Panasonic UB9000 4K UHD Player (for movies only)
Front Speakers
MartinLogan Renaissance ESL 15A
Center Channel Speaker
MartinLogan Focus C-18
Surround Speakers
MartinLogan EFX Surrounds
Surround Back Speakers
MartinLogan ElectroMotion ESL
Front Height Speakers
MartinLogan EM-IC
Rear Height Speakers
MartinLogan EM-IC
Subwoofers
SVS SB16-Ultra x4 (music) + PB16-Ultra x2 (movies)
Video Display Device
JVC DLA-NX9
Screen
Elite 128" Screen
Remote Control
Universal MX-890
Streaming Equipment
Roku Ultra
Streaming Subscriptions
Lifetime Roon Subscription
Tidal
qobuz
Netflix
Amazon Prime
Satellite System
Dish Joey 4K
mech... is the 5050 that much better than the 4040... and if I were to get the 5050 and copy your settings, would it work... or is every unit that much different?
 

mechman

Senior Admin
Staff member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
1,552
Location
Empire Township, MN
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Pioneer VSX-832
Front Speakers
Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 55s
Center Channel Speaker
Definitive Technology CS8040
Surround Back Speakers
Definitive Technology DI6.5R
Other Speakers or Equipment
Apple TV 4K
Video Display Device
LG OLED65C7P
Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 650
Streaming Subscriptions
HBO Max, YouTubeTV, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+
you're forgiven. but only this once. Next time beatings ensue
I can't believe (actually I can...) that I put that up there. Better charts coming today.

mech... is the 5050 that much better than the 4040... and if I were to get the 5050 and copy your settings, would it work... or is every unit that much different?
I've never seen the 4040 in person but it's my understanding that the 5050 has more lumens. But the lumen advantage may disappear for HDR. Not sure how the 4040 handles wide gamut color but the 5050 engages a color filter to hit the wider color gamut. Brightness takes a pretty decent hit with the filter engaged (Digital Cinema or Cinema mode).
 

Sonnie

Senior Admin
Staff member
Joined
Apr 2, 2017
Messages
4,104
Location
Alabama
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Monolith HTP-1 Processor (Movies and Surround)
Main Amp
Sanders Sound System Magtech (Dual)
Additional Amp
Emotiva XPA-Eleven
Computer Audio
Intel NUC w/ Roon ROCK
DAC
miniDSP SHD (Two-Channel Music Only)
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Panasonic UB9000 4K UHD Player (for movies only)
Front Speakers
MartinLogan Renaissance ESL 15A
Center Channel Speaker
MartinLogan Focus C-18
Surround Speakers
MartinLogan EFX Surrounds
Surround Back Speakers
MartinLogan ElectroMotion ESL
Front Height Speakers
MartinLogan EM-IC
Rear Height Speakers
MartinLogan EM-IC
Subwoofers
SVS SB16-Ultra x4 (music) + PB16-Ultra x2 (movies)
Video Display Device
JVC DLA-NX9
Screen
Elite 128" Screen
Remote Control
Universal MX-890
Streaming Equipment
Roku Ultra
Streaming Subscriptions
Lifetime Roon Subscription
Tidal
qobuz
Netflix
Amazon Prime
Satellite System
Dish Joey 4K
Well the 5050 only comes in white... I want black. I may scoot up to the 6050.

I wonder how that will work with the Panny UB9000 and all that HDR stuff.
 

mechman

Senior Admin
Staff member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
1,552
Location
Empire Township, MN
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Pioneer VSX-832
Front Speakers
Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 55s
Center Channel Speaker
Definitive Technology CS8040
Surround Back Speakers
Definitive Technology DI6.5R
Other Speakers or Equipment
Apple TV 4K
Video Display Device
LG OLED65C7P
Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 650
Streaming Subscriptions
HBO Max, YouTubeTV, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+
Figured for sure you'd buy a white one and spray paint it black. :heehee:
 

Sonnie

Senior Admin
Staff member
Joined
Apr 2, 2017
Messages
4,104
Location
Alabama
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Monolith HTP-1 Processor (Movies and Surround)
Main Amp
Sanders Sound System Magtech (Dual)
Additional Amp
Emotiva XPA-Eleven
Computer Audio
Intel NUC w/ Roon ROCK
DAC
miniDSP SHD (Two-Channel Music Only)
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Panasonic UB9000 4K UHD Player (for movies only)
Front Speakers
MartinLogan Renaissance ESL 15A
Center Channel Speaker
MartinLogan Focus C-18
Surround Speakers
MartinLogan EFX Surrounds
Surround Back Speakers
MartinLogan ElectroMotion ESL
Front Height Speakers
MartinLogan EM-IC
Rear Height Speakers
MartinLogan EM-IC
Subwoofers
SVS SB16-Ultra x4 (music) + PB16-Ultra x2 (movies)
Video Display Device
JVC DLA-NX9
Screen
Elite 128" Screen
Remote Control
Universal MX-890
Streaming Equipment
Roku Ultra
Streaming Subscriptions
Lifetime Roon Subscription
Tidal
qobuz
Netflix
Amazon Prime
Satellite System
Dish Joey 4K
Well... it did cross my mind... or just buy some black velour and a can of 3M spray glue... or even better... wrap it in black duct tape. :ponder:
 

mechman

Senior Admin
Staff member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
1,552
Location
Empire Township, MN
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Pioneer VSX-832
Front Speakers
Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 55s
Center Channel Speaker
Definitive Technology CS8040
Surround Back Speakers
Definitive Technology DI6.5R
Other Speakers or Equipment
Apple TV 4K
Video Display Device
LG OLED65C7P
Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 650
Streaming Subscriptions
HBO Max, YouTubeTV, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+
It would give it that custom look and feel!
 

Michael Scott

Moderator / Reviewer
Staff member
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
3,770
Location
Arizona
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Yamaha TRS-7850 Atmos Receiver
Other Amp
Peavy IPR 3000 for subs
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Sony ubx800 4K UHD Player
Front Speakers
Cheap Thrills Mains
Center Channel Speaker
Cheap Thrills Center
Surround Speakers
Volt 10 Surrounds
Surround Back Speakers
Volt 10 Rear Surrounds
Rear Height Speakers
Volt 6 Overheads
Subwoofers
2x Marty subs (full size with SI 18's)
Video Display Device
Sony 85 inch X950H FALD TV
Well... it did cross my mind... or just buy some black velour and a can of 3M spray glue... or even better... wrap it in black duct tape. :ponder:
that's called redneck ingenuity :greengrin:
 

Sonnie

Senior Admin
Staff member
Joined
Apr 2, 2017
Messages
4,104
Location
Alabama
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Monolith HTP-1 Processor (Movies and Surround)
Main Amp
Sanders Sound System Magtech (Dual)
Additional Amp
Emotiva XPA-Eleven
Computer Audio
Intel NUC w/ Roon ROCK
DAC
miniDSP SHD (Two-Channel Music Only)
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Panasonic UB9000 4K UHD Player (for movies only)
Front Speakers
MartinLogan Renaissance ESL 15A
Center Channel Speaker
MartinLogan Focus C-18
Surround Speakers
MartinLogan EFX Surrounds
Surround Back Speakers
MartinLogan ElectroMotion ESL
Front Height Speakers
MartinLogan EM-IC
Rear Height Speakers
MartinLogan EM-IC
Subwoofers
SVS SB16-Ultra x4 (music) + PB16-Ultra x2 (movies)
Video Display Device
JVC DLA-NX9
Screen
Elite 128" Screen
Remote Control
Universal MX-890
Streaming Equipment
Roku Ultra
Streaming Subscriptions
Lifetime Roon Subscription
Tidal
qobuz
Netflix
Amazon Prime
Satellite System
Dish Joey 4K
If I were a redneck... well... I am a redneck.

Bona fide cussumization!
 

Sonnie

Senior Admin
Staff member
Joined
Apr 2, 2017
Messages
4,104
Location
Alabama
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Monolith HTP-1 Processor (Movies and Surround)
Main Amp
Sanders Sound System Magtech (Dual)
Additional Amp
Emotiva XPA-Eleven
Computer Audio
Intel NUC w/ Roon ROCK
DAC
miniDSP SHD (Two-Channel Music Only)
Universal / Blu-ray / CD Player
Panasonic UB9000 4K UHD Player (for movies only)
Front Speakers
MartinLogan Renaissance ESL 15A
Center Channel Speaker
MartinLogan Focus C-18
Surround Speakers
MartinLogan EFX Surrounds
Surround Back Speakers
MartinLogan ElectroMotion ESL
Front Height Speakers
MartinLogan EM-IC
Rear Height Speakers
MartinLogan EM-IC
Subwoofers
SVS SB16-Ultra x4 (music) + PB16-Ultra x2 (movies)
Video Display Device
JVC DLA-NX9
Screen
Elite 128" Screen
Remote Control
Universal MX-890
Streaming Equipment
Roku Ultra
Streaming Subscriptions
Lifetime Roon Subscription
Tidal
qobuz
Netflix
Amazon Prime
Satellite System
Dish Joey 4K
Got my Pro Cinema 6050 ordered today. Looking forward to getting it in and seeing some improvements.
 

mechman

Senior Admin
Staff member
Thread Starter
Joined
Apr 4, 2017
Messages
1,552
Location
Empire Township, MN
My AV System  
Preamp, Processor or Receiver
Pioneer VSX-832
Front Speakers
Definitive Technology Studio Monitor 55s
Center Channel Speaker
Definitive Technology CS8040
Surround Back Speakers
Definitive Technology DI6.5R
Other Speakers or Equipment
Apple TV 4K
Video Display Device
LG OLED65C7P
Remote Control
Logitech Harmony 650
Streaming Subscriptions
HBO Max, YouTubeTV, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+
Got my Pro Cinema 6050 ordered today. Looking forward to getting it in and seeing some improvements.
Did you get it setup yet?

I've still got to get those charts up....
 
Top Bottom