Juzminators sick 737.

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by BadAss, Apr 9, 2001.

  1. BadAss

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    Juz,

    Hear yor having problems with the picture quality on yor 737. I have to say I haven't seem anything like what you descibed on mine.
    If there's a specific DVD you would like me to look at the I'd be happy to. The only help I can offer at the moment is the list of my setting as follows:-

    YNR 0
    CNR 0
    MNR 0
    BNR 0
    Sharpness high MAX
    Sharpness mid MAX
    Detail MAX
    White Level MID
    Black Level MID
    Black Setup 0IRE
    Hue MID
    Chroma Level MAX
    Chroma Delay 3/4

    The Chroma Delay gives a shadow/Ghosting effect around objects but is easily seen around the OSG's.

    These settings give me an excellent picture on a 46" Toshiba WH08B. Hope this helps.
    I use the component inputs as this gives a slightly stabler image than the RGB.

    Regards Kev.
     
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    Juz,
    Check your PM's

    BadAss,
    I find for NTSC material (on my TV) it's better to have the Hue on Max, it takes the green tint on the actor’s faces off. I noticed the green tint particularly on "The Haunting". Try it and let me know if it works for you, or it just might be how my TV is setup!

    Cheers
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  3. Juzminator

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    Thanks for the advice guys - sorry I haven't checked back with you for a while - been here and there :rolleyes:

    The most noticable offender for the "red jaggies" problem is the "New Line" logo at the start of Blade R2, as it spins into view - this is an actual "in film" logo and not one of the crappy trailer types - I've tried the 737 on the Toshiba 2539 (4:3) and the Panny PK1 32" - both display them very badly - the Panny, however did a good job of removing the red jaggies I experienced in Starship Troopers R1 - (of course, all of these jaggies are only noticable to me, and not the missus....).

    If either of you (or anyone out there with a Pioneer 737 and Blade R2 for that matter) could check out this film on this player and let me know the results, I would be extremely grateful.

    Once again, thanks to everyone on the forum who has offered their help and support on this and other matters ;)

    Juz :)

    [ 18-04-2001: Message edited by: Juzminator ]
     

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