Momitsu V880N via DVI to PDP-433MXE settings

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  1. nealgs

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    Hi all,

    Have finally gotten round to getting a DVI-I cable for comparison with component when connecting our Momitsu V880N to our Pioneer PDP-433MXE plasma.

    Anybody out there have a similar setup and can tell me what the best DVI settings are on the momitsu for this combination or custom DVI settings if that's the way they have gone


    cheers
    Gary
     
  2. nealgs

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    ^

    I gather no one has this setup :(

    Gary
     
  3. ancientgeek

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    Oh yes they do:

    (I recommend updating firmware first)

    Not sure who gave me these, but this is what I use on the V880N

    60525 7500
    1024 768
    1344 40
    136 144
    810 3
    6 30
    0 0
     
  4. nealgs

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    hi ancientgeek,

    thanks for the info. which firmware version are you currently running?

    cheers
    Gary
     
  5. ancientgeek

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    24 May 2005 version. I just did the "update firmware" twice in a row a couple of weeks ago to get there. It didn't offer me a choice to go straight to the latest.
     
  6. nealgs

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    i assume that nothing bad has changed - e.g. scaling over Component still ok etc??

    cheers
    Gary
     
  7. ancientgeek

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    Dunno - I've never connected up anything except DVI because that's why I bought it! You can also step backwards through firmware versions when downloading firmware. I haven't tried it, but people on avsforum.com have in the past.
     

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