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Pioneer PDH-505, settings anyone?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by kurtos, Dec 23, 2004.

  1. kurtos

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    Hi,
    I just got my gorgeous Pio in-house today :-D.
    Does anyone of you have best-practises regarding setting up the picture, delay for dvd etc. for this Plasma?
    Not that anything is wrong, I just want to hear some others opinions.

    Regards,
    Kurt
    Norway
     
  2. jaguar

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    I use:

    Contrast 35
    Color - 10
    Bright +1

    And I am happy with it. Skin tones improve.

    By the way some forum members think it is a bad idea to pick up settings on a forum. Just to let you know.

    I ran into these setting in a German magazine. They competion tested the 505 using these settings.
    Needless to say the Pio won. :thumbsup:
     
  3. kurtos

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    alright, :), thanks for helping out.
    One more thing, how can I adjust the audio when viewing DVDs connected via HDMI. I think a small delay on the audio would have made a great deal.

    Regards,
    Kurt
    Norway
     
  4. sjb

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    jaguar,

    Did you use these settings from new or did you have things turned back for the first few hours ?

    Regards,

    Stan.
     
  5. jaguar

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    These are the settings that I use all the time.
    I think it is wise to decrease contrast more in the first couple of hunderd of hours or so. Just to be safe.
     

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