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i-p mode


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I-P mode is for optimum conversion of interlaced material to progressive, one each for film, still and I suppose the third is auto(don't have the manual to hand).
The blue light dimmer is for the blue light, believe it or not, on the front of the panel.

Did you lose your manual?

martin 39

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no its just that i could not find much out about it thats all thanks for your help though. not long had the screen so trying to get as much info as i can .Do you use the room light sensor or the orbitor as i seem to find a lot off mixed reviews thanks again


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I don't use the Room Light sensor, I think its to be used in conjunction with Optimum, which isn't a very good pre-set.
People say to use the orbiter when gaming, to me it doesn't move the picture enough to shift any HUD's/channel logos, so I don't bother with it.

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