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se7en and loewe (test)

Discussion in 'TVs' started by malaga, Jan 23, 2004.

  1. malaga

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    I take to some time seeing failures in the reproduction of dvd in my articos.

    they are devices in vertical lines (columns, lampposts, grates, etc) when there are horizontal movements.

    in the film they se7en (special edition) happens of minute 2:04 to the 2:25, is the beginning of the film.

    to watch in the windows of the bottom while they walk.

    ah! in DMI, already that in DMM it is seen or, but one would be due to also see or in DMI.

    you can prove?

    pd: aconda and mimos is the same!!!;)
     
  2. Buckster

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    Try switching off both DMI and DMM - ie set the setting to OFF. Alternatively if you do wish to use DMI or DMM set DNR to off - reduces the number of artefacts.

    Mark.
     
  3. malaga

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    NEGATIVE :nono:

    I have not paid 3000 euros to desactivate the filters.

    I believe that it must of having another solution. :confused:


    signal by components? the synchronism would correct it?


    THANKS!
     
  4. cerebros

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    Bucksters suggestion was perfectly reasonable - the extra processing modes on most sets tend to create problems while solving others. Try his suggestion of turning DMI, DMM and DNR off individually or in different combinations and see if that cures the problem - I suspect you'll find it will.
     
  5. malaga

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    has one loewe? :confused:


    I have already proven 100 different combinations.

    the problem is a failure in dmi, that I do not think to put in off.

    why? because then it had looked for another television of less quality.... and more cheap. :laugh:
     
  6. malaga

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    can be fault of decompression MPEG of my dvd (old jvc511)?

    please !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    the problem is my loewe or my dvd player !!!!!!!!!???????

    :(
     
  7. CMcK

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    DMM and DMI make motion on TV and DVD look unnatural anyway so it's best left switched off.
    DMM and DMI work really well with videogames though.
     
  8. malaga

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    CMCK: you have one loewe? :eek:

    what you say on the DMM is certain but the DMI is not no filter that modify the photograms, resolution, etc. (like pixel plus)

    the only thing that it avoids is the tremor of 100 Hertz

    in DMI everything must go well:mad:


    gracias!
     

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