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Major SIM2 problem

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Bristol Pete, Mar 30, 2005.

  1. Bristol Pete

    Bristol Pete
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    hi,

    I have a SIM2 30H partnered with an HDMI capable DVD deck.

    However, I have a problem :-


















    Its too good :rotfl:


    I cant stop watching films and My x-box has never looked better :lesson:

    I must have put on two pounds since getting this machine as I never leave the house......

    Bet your heart skipped a beat Jeff :hiya:

    Pete.
     
  2. RTFM

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    Pete

    You had me going there for a beat you :devil:

    Glad you are still enjoying your 30H so much :thumbsup:

    Cheers

    Jeff :rtfm:
     
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    Funny you mentioned, but I'm experiencing the same problem, although with a 20H!Maybe it's a Sim2 thing?

    NS
     
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    You are not alone, gheez, ever since we had our 300HT E-link ISF'd, I now enjoy watching the SMPT pattern if nothing else is on :rolleyes: . All kidding aside, after careful calibration, the system dialed in absolutely dead nuts and the image is close to 3 dimensional. It is shockingly good and much like the other good folks on this thread, I am happy to report that "portlyness" is the adverse affect.
     

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