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Cinema Reality and PNR?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by peterakastorm, Sep 21, 2005.

  1. peterakastorm

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    Do anyone use these features? And if you do, on what material?

    And a side question... Is the feature "Woobling" on the PWD8 the same feature as on the Hitachi? Never knew the PWD8 had a feature like that, before I read the manual... :rolleyes:
     
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    Turn them both off.
     
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    Thanks Piers ;)
     
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    Yes, and the side question ;)
     
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    Turn it off too!
     
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    Why? I'm gonna do it, but why? ;)
     
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    Because the PWD8 should be bomb proof as far as image retention is concerned (OK it is still early days with the PWD8 but I can't believe it is worse than the PWD7 in this respect). The wobbler function simply isn't needed and if used with a scaler will, I think, cause problems.
     
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    Ok, thanks... But I don't use a scaler... But this will still be an issue?
     
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    Just turn it off - you don't need it.
     

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