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BUG REPORT: Frozen white pixel block in DVI-Out transmission (PLEASE READ)
Posted 23 January 2004 - 06:22 PM
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Posted 24 January 2004 - 03:36 AM
However, I'm tuned to the HD demo channel and I have a teal border framing the image. It is about 7 pixels (DLP monitor using DVI). I don't know whether this is a problem with the demo channel or my 921 or the Dwin TV-3. I can easily get rid of it by slightly zooming the image to a 7 pixel overscan throwing the teal border into my flat black aspect ratio masks. Then it's gone for viewing but I wonder if anyone else has this on their monitors that have no overscan. I don't have this on the 6000 but that is in RGBHV mode. I will check out the component out from the 921 later.
I will say the 921 is about the sharpest HDTV image I have yet seen and that includes many of the images I saw at CES this year. I did a brightness, contrast, chroma calibration and the main thing this DVI is doing over component is noise level. With Component there was still a bit of video noise in my picture. With DVI, the solid colors are just 100% clean. Waiting now for Dish to wake up their computers to activate my accounts on the 921.
Posted 25 January 2004 - 01:05 PM