Plasma greyscale

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by Gordon @ Convergent AV, Aug 13, 2001.

  1. Gordon @ Convergent AV

    Gordon @ Convergent AV
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    Hi guys,

    I know some of you have Plasma's and others are interested in them.

    We got a Panasonic in for a client a couple of days ago so I measured it, ISF'ed it (set greyscale properly) then took some before and after setting pics.

    I've uploaded them to a new section of my web site if anyones interested. The link is through the "services" page.

    Cheers,

    Gordon
     
  2. DaveH

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    Hi Gordon,

    I found this very interesting. I am always in interested in picture quality. I often reuse my video essentials disc.

    What you talk about with the grey scale seems to be something they talk about on my video essentials disc (i may be wrong but they say you can get an engineer to it).

    The pictures on the plasma display that you posted looked quite a bit different.

    Certainly a benefit after the calibration.

    I am considering buying a Pioneer plasma after the horendous experience I have had with my current TV (See my post). It is good to know that there is something that can be done to further improve picture quality.

    DaveH.
     

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