when my tv shows bright whites that take up a large part of the screen, the whites shimmer and look unstable. i remember this happening on a panny i had 4 years ago, is it a common problem with pannys? can it be fixed?
Don't Panny use AI for automatic contrast adjustment?
My Philips has Crystal Clear III,which includes Dynamic Contrast and this has a similar effect when there are bright white areas on a section of the screen.It's not that bad,but it can be a bit disconcerting at times.
hey john, yes i did swap. the stand on the sony was one of the best i've seen and i was sad to see it go, but it HAD to go. i was sick of the dodgy pic on the ls35. after i heard so many bad thing about the PL1 i was hesitant, but it seems fine. the picture ****es on the sony i had, clearer, brighter and solid. the geometry is good and my n64 games look great through s-video. the only problems i know about are the whites shimmering on RGB, but i had the same "problem" with a panny 4 years ago, so i assume its a panny thing, and if truth be told its not that noticable unless the entire screen is brilliant white. i don't know what "moire" is so i can't say i' ve seen it. the stand is poor in comparison to the sony. it's basicaly skeleton stand with 2 glass shelves, i haven't even opened the box for it, i'll stick with my old cabinet for now.
I have the same problem with my tx-32pf10, it wont acccept rgn signals from my pioneer dvd player without producing a white stripe moire effect across the screen. This has to do with Pansonic and there euro chassis having problems with macrovision. I have talked to panasonic and the blame the dvd player even if I have gotten it to work on philips and sony tvs without problem.
I am a salesman in a electronics store. But shouldent macrovision be turned on to protect the content from copying. I asked Panasonic too, does panasonic accept copying a dvds. Buy sony,grundig og philips