Originally Posted by Breniac
Bluray movies are perfect, I would use it with dvd movie ..
But which of the 4 filters should I use?
I did some tests, but I could not see differences valid ..
In the JPG you see my filter settings.
First i mentioned that the player would reset the 5 lower filters, but its not, the changes you make for say DVD will apply also to Blu ray.
I would not change the color settings, the filters that will do someting to clean out noise in the picture are MNR
I also pushed Detail
a bit up, but thats my personal taste....
Using the filters will also affect the overal picture quality so you may filter out the noise but will also loose fine detail du to the use of noise filters.
In my situation BD and DVD are perfect but some BD's or DVD's are better then others and noise on the disks can not always be corrected.
Before the Pioneer i had a Sony high end BD player and i must say for me its a step from hell to heaven !
The Sony whas slow, took a long time to load, always needit to stop the movie to open menu's, could not change anything during playback, Pioneer DVD picture quality is much better, so i am very happy PS
. some TV's have also noise filters, i would prefer to use these filters and leave the BD player at default setting but thats someting you need to try and see what will give a better result.
If possible you can use HDMI 1 for your TV box and HDMI 2 for the BD player on the TV and so set the HDMI inputs to your personal liking for BD/DVD and TV separate.
And special with this player as we can use direct picture input to the TV through the separate sound and picture output of the player