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Testimonials and Case Studies : Lawrence H Bulk

Lawrence H Bulk

 
Rating: Lawrence H Bulk: "I am pleased with my purchase and the experience!"
Visual Apex business Projector - Panasonic PT-AE4000U Thank you Visual Apex, I am very pleased with my purchase and buying experience. The fact that you followed up and telephoned me last week just to make certain that I was completely satisfied really is "icing on the cake." Few companies nowadays seem to care about their customers after the sale; your company, a notable exception to that unfortunate situation, is one of which you can be proud.

Projector: Panasonic PT-AE4000U Projector
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Case Study:

For the purpose of adjusting the colors (and the lens settings) and placing the results into memory, I have been watching some "difficult" movies the past few nights: 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (1968) is difficult because of the black levels in the scenes on the moon and in space. This projector produced an image second only to that which I saw at the Boyd Theater in Philadelphia (the local Cinerama theater at the time) in 1968. I have NEVER seen a video image look this good. I do admit to "tweaking" the color and the lens setting quite a bit; I love to play with settings and, with this projector, if I were to "mess up" something, I need only hit the Default button and everything is returned to factory settings - so there is no fear in trying different settings or adjustments.

Another "difficult" film is HOW THE WEST WAS WON (1962) which has extremely rich color and an extremely wide image. Again, what I saw is second only to film projected in a good theater.

I made a Monochrome memory ("tweaked" again) setting and I use that for such films as THE MALTESE FALCON (1941) which we watched last night. This film has luminous cinematography with a great contrast range. The image from the Panasonic is just stunning.

Testimonial:

Please find eight pictures of my home theater, my equipment, and, especially, my new Panasonic PT-AE4000U Projector which I purchased from you.

As you can imagine, I was concerned about buying such a costly product from a company about which I knew nothing.

However, having done a bit of research using Google, and having telephoned your company and speaking with Cheryl and Brian, two obviously knowledgeable and professional representatives, I placed my order with you.

And I'm glad I did!

The packages (I also ordered a replacement bulb "just in case") arrived on December 14, 2009, exactly one week after I had placed the order. (I live on the east coast.) Everything was packaged extremely well and the items all arrived in perfect order. (I have not yet tried the replacement bulb, but I shall be doing so sometime this week.)

The fact that you followed up and telephoned me last week just to make certain that I was completely satisfied really is "icing on the cake." Few companies nowadays seem to care about their customers after the sale; your company, a notable exception to that unfortunate situation, is one of which you can be proud.

You can be certain that, in any future projector or projector accessories, I shall be dealing with Visual Apex exclusively.

I might add that the projector itself is an amazing piece of equipment. I have been using it every day since I received it and I have even read both instruction manuals three times cover to cover. Believe it or not, it is really not necessary to do that - the projector is so well-designed that it is almost completely intuitive in operation. (Nonetheless, I ALWAYS read instructions!)

And what an image it produces!

It's just amazing. Tomorrow (Monday, January 4, 2010) we are having company and these people will be the first people (other than my wife and myself) to see this projector in action in our theater. We are really looking forward to this.

For the purpose of adjusting the colors (and the lens settings) and placing the results into memory, I have been watching some "difficult" movies the past few nights: 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (1968) is difficult because of the black levels in the scenes on the moon and in space. This projector produced an image second only to that which I saw at the Boyd Theater in Philadelphia (the local Cinerama theater at the time) in 1968. I have NEVER seen a video image look this good. I do admit to "tweaking" the color and the lens setting quite a bit; I love to play with settings and, with this projector, if I were to "mess up" something, I need only hit the Default button and everything is returned to factory settings - so there is no fear in trying different settings or adjustments.

Another "difficult" film is HOW THE WEST WAS WON (1962) which has extremely rich color and an extremely wide image. Again, what I saw is second only to film projected in a good theater.

I made a Monochrome memory ("tweaked" again) setting and I use that for such films as THE MALTESE FALCON (1941) which we watched last night. This film has luminous cinematography with a great contrast range. The image from the Panasonic is just stunning.

(I tried taking some pictures off the screen to show you how the images appear but the pictures were not satisfactory.)

As you can gather, I am very pleased with my purchase as well as my experience in buying from you.

I certainly give Visual Apex my highest recommendation.

And I thank YOU personally very much for caring about me and my satisfaction. I wish you and everyone at Visual Apex a Happy, Healthy, and Prosperous New Year.

Very truly yours,

Lawrence H. Bulk