I was looking at this one on Amazon - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Invision®-TV-Wall-Bracket-Mount-Black/dp/B01AYBLPNA/Speaking of wall brackets, what's a good slim profile wall bracket for the 65" 950 under £35?
Cheers for info.Unfortunately the built in YouTube app only does stereo
I got Sanus slt3-b3 from Costco, think screw fix also sell it around £36, very strong and it tilts and pulls out 4 inches for cable access.Speaking of wall brackets, what's a good slim profile wall bracket for the 65" 950 under £35?
Looks good. Is it noob friendly? I've never mounted a TV on the wall before.Cheers for info.
I got Sanus slt3-b3 from Costco, think screw fix also sell it around £36, very strong and it tilts and pulls out 4 inches for cable access.
I made 65GZ950 jig from cardboard
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I thought every version of the YouTube App is stereo only (maybe besides their exclusive content for premium subscriber)?Can someone please confirm that the onboard GZ YouTube app can output multiple channel 5.1 audio when the sound is configured to home theater mode, I only seem to get stereo ?
Distance on the GZ1000U is 100mm to the lower holes & 500mm to the upper holes.Could someone with a GZ950 please measure the distance between the bottom of the TV and the 4 VESA mounting points?
The Amazon App on iPhone actually lets you use Alexa, so if you’ve got that, test it out. You’ll need to register your TV with Amazon first though... Setup | About Voice Control | TV | Digital AV Support | PanasonicSo there has been lots of mentions of controling the tvs modes with google home.
However, with Amazon Fire stick soon getting both Disney+ and the Apple app, Im thinking of getting one of those, which is obviously intended to be controlled by an Amazon Echo. So has anyone tried controlling the TV Modes with an Echo, and that would be the ideal solution.
Sorry, looks like screwfix don't sell the same one, it can hold 68kg, and is very stable.
If you turn on the HDR Auto-Brightness then it will use the ambient sensor to adjust the picture to be suitable for the lighting in the room.Watching See in Dolby Vision and even on dark it's too bright, possibly stupid question but what settings should be used to lower the brightness without losing any of the picture quality?
Sorry for the delay, it must be the original as it does not have an external power supply.Which Sky box have you got? Is it the earlier one with a normal power cord or the later model with the external power pack? Mine's the original V1 that's giving me the sound dropout problem.
Night and day difference! Even upgrading from my Panny Plasma was a massive difference imho.I have a buyer for my Panasonic 2016 58" DX902B and thinking of replacing it with the 55" GZ1000 (GZ950 not available in NZ). How much of an upgrade is the OLED compared to the excellent DX902 LED. Should I save my money and wait for a while?
It is a known issue with the Q v1 box and DD, I even took audio direct from Q box to soundbar to check if it was the TV causing it but it was not. Only setting Q to Normal got rid of issue.Sorry for the delay, it must be the original as it does not have an external power supply.
Sky said to do that as well, set to Normal for 24hrs, then back to DD, but it didn’t make a difference for me.It is a known issue with the Q v1 box and DD, I even took audio direct from Q box to soundbar to check if it was the TV causing it but it was not. Only setting Q to Normal got rid of issue.
I have read recently that using it on Normal for a few days and then going back to DD can help. I have now gone back to DD via TV to SB and not noticed as many drops as before...... will see.
Sadly exactly the same thing happened with my first 950. I posted a similar picture to yours with a green vertical line earlier in the thread.Hi my 65 inch GZ950 just developed a fault last night a solid green vertical line i contacted Richer Sounds and they are sending me a new one out next week. Great customer service now i've got to get it off the wall and put it back in the box.
Luckily I've still got the box and all the packing.I remember your earlier thread on the subject but i could'nt find it hope the new one's a good one because i just love the TV. I've got it wall mounted with a socket behind it so its just a matter of of unpluging it one hdmi cat 5 and tv aerial and lifting it off the wall mount got to go now starting series 2 of Jack RyanSadly exactly the same thing happened with my first 950. I posted a similar picture to yours with a green vertical line earlier in the thread.
RS insisted on the return being sent back in a huge flight case, which they arranged, and the delivery men packed it for me.
Well second time was a charm for me and I love this TV as much as most. Fingers crossed for you. It was post 730 where I posted a pic of my green line.Luckily I've still got the box and all the packing.I remember your earlier thread on the subject but i could'nt find it hope the new one's a good one because i just love the
On the face of it yes but, it's 33% higher than DV on Netflix. By comparison, Apple TV DV uses about 30Mb/s of bandwidth.Thanks. That is surprisingly low considering the quality. It really looks great.
True and having watched a few things on iPlayer and Netflix DV now I do think things like artificial grain being added to the likes of ST3 make the image appear less clean than, I assume untouched, BBC docs?On the face of it yes but, it's 33% higher than DV on Netflix. By comparison, Apple TV DV uses about 30Mb/s of bandwidth.
With modern compression methods, it's difficult to know what this actually means and the proof is most definitely in the pudding, so to speak.