Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by Curly99, Aug 20, 2012.
Oh amp us an Arcom. Oldie but a goody
Do you mean Arcam? Great kit that, I live down the road from them.
Yes - arcam stupid predictive txt
don't worry about it, my phone drives me mad at times. The classic for me is improvement or important instead of im.
Which one?, Does it have the trademark Rattling Clutch Basket .
Which ones dont sound like they going to explode any minutemy old 955 used to sound like a bag of loose bolts
Nope it's a new one / miss the open clutch though - old one one
Had my new 3d3 glasses from Tps today WoW what a difference much more detail and the 3d looks immense , depth and pop also looks a lot better compared to the pannys,highly recommended
Got a vt50 and need to replace my sky hd remote had it for
The buttons are worn
I need the code to work it with the tv I've forgotten it ?
Thanks for the info, I got mine yesterday but not tried them yet,
How can I get a hold of these glasses? I tried mail them but no reply. Anyone that can help me buy 2 pairs and send them to Sweden?
This this link 3D3
Yeah, but how do I get them? They don't seem to be shipping them outside the UK.
Hi, we've just sent you a PM.
Shipping to Sweden is no problem
so in the last thread I mentioned trouble with ------------------- (those kind of lines) on the top left hand side of the screen when watching sky thru scart, now iv upgraded to a lovely sky hd box but I still have those lines on some of the channels (not the hd channels )
right now i can see those lines of eurosport 2 sd
maybe there's somthing wrong with that side of the tv because sometimes I see lines vertically down that side when watching the sport, not sure what it is tbh
Do you have overscan off? If so try switching it on. Switching it on hides the rough edges of some broadcast material.
Do you mind sending me a PM too?
Probably looking for two pairs of the A1111.
Are these glasses compatible with the VT50Y version we have here in Scandinavia?
Do these glasses have a larger glass area than the original Panasonic?
The originals bug me a bit, as I think the lower part of the frame blocks the view slightly?
yes I have it off but it should be off with hdmi connection, shouldnt it?
Yes, we've removed the "B" from the end of the model numbers to show they're compatible with all countries' models.
Yes, check out the photos in Insanity202's review
No. Depends if its hd or sd. There is alot of noise at the edge of broadcasts, its like broadcasters assume all tvs overscan.
My advise overscan on for sd off for hd.
Or i leave it on for tv shows off for blurays/movies/games.
Can you set it per input though, I heard it was a global setting?
No, your correct it's a global setting
It's per preset I think.
At the risk of starting it all off again....One of the other benefits of using a Lumagen video processor is that it can have different input signal overscan settings applied for differing incoming video signals. So you could have none for 1080p24, a tiny amount for 1080i50 and much more for 576p50 of SD. So each source signal type gets optimised.
The reason you see it on SD content is because the broadcasters usually look at a 5% signal border as being overscanned by the tv.....having said that you still get stuff like bloomberg where even with 5% overscan applied you are likely to see all sorts of crap at bottom and sides of screen.
I don't have a vt50 here so i will bow to your superior knowledge on this one!
You've got me doubting myself now lol, will check when I'm home
just installed some of those magnetic dust filters to the fans and have to say it has taken the edge off the noise. you can still here them if you get up close, but from normal viewing distance when the volume is low you carnt here them now my only concern is that the fans are exhausting air and the filters look like they will keep the dust inside of the set
I actually get annoyed i i dont see the edge of the broadcast lol. I want to see the whole picture, i just see this as offset for such a thing.
I don't think covering up anything that lets out air / heat or like you say, dust, is a smart thing to do. Even though these filters let the air pass through, they hinder it to some degree. I'm not an expert though, but considering the price of a VT50 you might want to be extra careful not damaging it.
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