Pioneer 436XDE with Xbox 360 picture settings

DJ Dave

Active Member
Hi all

I wondered what setting others were using with the Xbox 360? I have looked at the FAQ and there isn't a post for the 436XDE.

Also should you use 75hz or 100hz for the xbox 360?

At the moment I am running the Xbox 360 in the same settings as other inputs (using the running in settings).

Got 1080i running in HD via component.
 

gpa

Banned
DJ Dave said:
Hi all

I wondered what setting others were using with the Xbox 360? I have looked at the FAQ and there isn't a post for the 436XDE.

Also should you use 75hz or 100hz for the xbox 360?

At the moment I am running the Xbox 360 in the same settings as other inputs (using the running in settings).

Got 1080i running in HD via component.


you do not have a choice, the 360 will output either 50/60hz depending on game. you also may find 720p is a better picture.
 

chaparral

Well-known Member
DJ Dave said:
At the moment I am running the Xbox 360 in the same settings as other inputs (using the running in settings)..

I normally use the 436xde own AV game setting with the contrast turned up a bit because of the xbox360 dark component output...

Plus i normally use the xbox360 720p output settings.
 
...watch out wotever settings you use for retention problems. I couldnt play halo2 on it more than 10mins without getting really bad problems with after image..you have been warned!
 

pyrotenax

Active Member
Baldybouncer said:
...watch out wotever settings you use for retention problems. I couldnt play halo2 on it more than 10mins without getting really bad problems with after image..you have been warned!

Maybe you didnt run it in properly , I have no retention/burn in problems on any of my inputs whatsoever
 

chaparral

Well-known Member
Baldybouncer said:
...watch out wotever settings you use for retention problems. I couldnt play halo2 on it more than 10mins without getting really bad problems with after image..you have been warned!

I play my xbox360 for hours at a time with no retention problems...

You must of been playing with the AV DYNAMIC settings on or the dynamic contrast setting in the pro adjust menu set to high or something like this...
 

DJ Dave

Active Member
Thanks.

I may drop the HD output down to 720p and compare.

My screen is run in properly (close to 500 hours) but I still use the running in settings and am gently raising them up.

The Xbox does need more contrast and brightness.
 

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