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Loewe Aconda Setup for DVD

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by bugfinder, Apr 2, 2002.

  1. bugfinder

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    Aconda owners... what do you tend to have the processing set to when watching DVD? DMI, DMM or OFF...?

    From the on-screen info it says that DMI is for TV and DMM is for movies, but I have noticed strange effects when watching some DVDs in DMM mode - a blurry effect around people when they are moving across the screen, especially when the camera is also panning...

    When set to DMI this doesn't happen.

    Any views, opinions?
     
  2. Lowrider

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    I have both processing options OFF...
     
  3. AV Geeza

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    I have DMM on! It seems to enhance the picture quality on DVD's, kinda makes it more life like. I certainly havent noticed any strange effects while using it.
     
  4. bugfinder

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    I agree that DMM generally seems to enhance the picture!

    It's just that in some cases it seems to sharpen up moving people/objects while smearing around their edges.

    I would also be interested to know what DVD player you guys are using and how you have configured your connections.
    Mine is a now relatively old Sony DVP325. I have connected it with an Ixos Scart using RGB to AV3.
     
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    I have the Arcam FMJ DV27 connected with a Chord RGB SCART set to component video, fantastic image...
     

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