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Sanyo Z3 lock ups, "Predator Look" and HDMI

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Sigismund, Nov 16, 2004.

  1. Sigismund

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    Having read about this issue I wonder if everybody that has experienced these problems has been issued with the "Notes on HDMI input operation" leaflet that came included with the istruction booklet? (At least mine did!)

    Basically, it mentions setting the Z3 to L1 or L2 in the HDMI menu depending upon "When the output of the video equipment is set "STANDARD" or "ENHANCED"... "

    I'm without a DVi - HDMI cable at the moment, but hoped this might be of help to someone :)
     
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    "When the output of the video equipment is set "STANDARD" or "ENHANCED"... "

    What the hell does that mean? :confused:

    Conor
     
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    Indeedy :rolleyes:

    Here's a scan of the extra bit...
     

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    HDMI settings on players like the Pioneer 868 allow you to adjust the overall
    colour intensity in the HDMI video signal between Standard and Enhanced.

    Jeff :rtfm:
     
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    What about us poor sods using PCs :suicide:

    Read on AVS that Sanyo Japan have reproduced the fault and are woring on a firmware upgrade. That said I have only have it happen once in 25hrs viewing
     

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