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Pany 42PWD6 owners

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by steve0, Jan 15, 2005.

  1. steve0

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    Ive had my panny now for nearly a year the picture is great but Im still not quite happy with it, Ive used a video essentials dvd to adjust the contrast colour and brightness settings.
    My question is will it make a difference adjusting some of the advanced settings or should i just leave them alone, im talking about the gamma which is 2.0 2.2 2.5 and s curve also there are the black levels and w/b high and low also AGS, it says nothing about them in the instructions :D thanks
     
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    Wouldn't really mess around with the advanced settings unless you know exactly what your doing... maybe upgrade the video cables, how is it connected etc
     
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    ive got the Monster pro scan to my dvd which cost £60 and ive also got a scart to VGA coverter for my sky.
    My PC is also hooked up with a dvi cable, I want to reduce most of the banding. thanks for the quick reply
     
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    ISF calibration is the way to go then contact Gordon (convergant-AV) or peirs (HCE)
     

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