Just bought a 36" PF2...

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by liamjf, Nov 19, 2003.

  1. liamjf

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    Had my tosh for a few days now and I must say the overall picture quality is excellent, especially as the "dirty" screen is subsiding (we'll see how good it gets!) but i would like to know what the 4 rate settings do (Progress, 100Hz, Natural 50HZ etc.) I understand 50 and 100Hz but the manual doesn't explain the others and which should I use for my DVD/Freeview?Gamecube?

    Thanks guys,

    Liam.
     
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    To be honest I've never noticed any real difference between the modes. I leave mine on 'Natural'.

    A good tip, suggested by another member of these boards, is to do your picture adjustments from pic mode 3.
     
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    Thanks, as I have read quite a few threads on this site I have made all adjustments from Pic Mode 3! Also, to let people know I have the following issues with my set:

    1 "Dirty" screen - generally only noticable on fast moving nearly white pictures. Also patches of discolour top right and bottom left although this has all improved much since I first switched on the set. Will see how it calms down.

    2 Green trails - as mentioned in other threads this is ghosting on moving white images against a black background - credits in other words. I think I'll live with that as long as the dirty picture improves.

    Everything else seems ok! (slightly non square picture but nothing noticable when watching a broadcast/film)

    Cheers, Liam.
     

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