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post #1321 of 1750 Old 12-05-2011, 08:24 PM - Thread Starter
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It's not the same, it has 96 LED zones. For the price looks like a good deal.

Are you positive? I don't remember anyone stating that lw7700 had 96 zones.
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Are you positive? I don't remember anyone stating that lw7700 had 96 zones.

I found this: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...1#post21150111
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Did some research and some sites state 60 others 64 zones. What gives?

edit: got you up top
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If I had the cash I would take a chance. I think that set would look 10x better than any edge lit one. And who knows, being matte, there may be much less blooming because there is no refraction from an outer layer of glass.

edit: plus, you can always send it back
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i found a 55lw9500, wasn't this australia based only? it's 3,300...

The AU 55lw9500 was run out at $1500, I don't think I'd have looked at one for $3300
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The AU 55lw9500 was run out at $1500, I don't think I'd have looked at one for $3300

We're over here in North America, though. I saw some 42in le8500's from south korea(don't sell them in the states) listed on ebay for $3300. We pay 100% more for living halfway around the world.
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If I had the cash I would take a chance. I think that set would look 10x better than any edge lit one. And who knows, being matte, there may be much less blooming because there is no refraction from an outer layer of glass.

edit: plus, you can always send it back

Agreed 100%, this would still be a good choice and the matte screen is a nice option. The specs show the same contrast rating, this might be the best deal out there.

The Sony 929 is nice but the 3D performance is very poor.
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so the lw9500 is matte?, i thought it was basically the same as a lv9500 which was glossy. no? does the lw9500 have a ips panel?

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so the lw9500 is matte?, i thought it was basically the same as a lv9500 which was glossy. no? does the lw9500 have a ips panel?

No, LW7700 is matte. They sell it at powersellernyc.
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thx guys, according to nonys postings. the 9500 has at least 240 compared to the 96 of the 7700?

on another note the lw9500 does not have 3d activated?

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thx guys, according to nonys postings. the 9500 has at least 240 compared to the 96 of the 7700?

on another note the lw9500 does not have 3d activated?

For under 2k the 7700 is still a good value. I would not want to spend 4K for it. The 9500 has 288 zones, that's why many on this forum have been very happy with their LV9500 with solid black
levels.

I love watching night or dark seems on the 9500, it truly Excells with black levels and shadow detail.
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Three times now my tv has locked up.

It is very specific when it does it, when I boot up my xbox 360 while the splash screen boot up happens, the TV locks up and the screen flickers. It then turns it self off and back on and functions like normal. It dosnt happen every time only sometimes. It is like the signal the xboxs sends to the tv makes it s*** itself.

Anyone else have this problem? maybe I should see if I can return it or get it fixed.
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Three times now my tv has locked up.

It is very specific when it does it, when I boot up my xbox 360 while the splash screen boot up happens, the TV locks up and the screen flickers. It then turns it self off and back on and functions like normal. It dosnt happen every time only sometimes. It is like the signal the xboxs sends to the tv makes it s*** itself.

Anyone else have this problem? maybe I should see if I can return it or get it fixed.

I highly doubt you can return it. I would call for warranty repair. You could try changing to XBOX input to see if its the one input only.
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Run test1, test2, and test3 below to assist in the global effort to enable 3D!
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This procedure requires a service remote (or equivalent) and basic knowledge of service commands-

1. From Instart->System1, Set Baudrate to 115200.
2. From Instart->System2, Set RS-232C Control to On
3. Recycle Power
4. Press [F9] once --->
<-- Enabling display debug message
5. Press [F10] once-->
<--1:debugMain $ // (Your debugStatus will remain unchanged (-Release)
----
Notes:
1. The above procedure should work with the latest firmware releases.
2. Since you are running in Release mode (and not Debug/Event mode) your console messages will be limited.
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Generalized Troubleshooting Procedure:
1. Set the debug mask to enable items of interest
2. Try out specific test cases to isolate the problem

RF Emitter Troubleshooting:
1. Enable the appropriate debug print mask items as below-
2. Try to capture the RF Emitter initialization process during startup
3. Try to capture the RF Emitter enable command(s) in specific test cases,
including 3D invocation from both the UI and Debug Menus.

At this point we are trying to determine why the Active 3D glasses don't sync when the set is obviously in 3D mode:

Is the set configured for RF Emitter operation? IR Emitter operation? No Emitter operation?

Is the RF module getting sync signals from the system?
Is the RF module configured to support both Motion Remote and RF Emitter?

What value needs to be set in nonvolaile memory to enable the RF Emitter?
Where is this value stored? How do we change it?
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Here's what your debug print mask should look like:
Code:
1:ORG MAIN $ 1

************** Debug Print Mask Menu ***************

    0x01 :  Set [UART PRINT  :  ENABLE]
    0x02 :  Set [API_ERROR   :  ENABLE]
    0x03 :  Enable  all module print mask
    0x04 :  Disable all module print mask
    0x08 :  Set [dbgprint    :  ENABLE]
    0x09 :  Set [Module Print: DISABLE]

    0x10 :  Set Mask [UI1    :  ENABLE]
    0x11 :  Set Mask [UI2    :  ENABLE]
    0x12 :  Set Mask [MW1    :  ENABLE]
    0x13 :  Set Mask [MW2    :  ENABLE]
    0x14 :  Set Mask [MW3    :  ENABLE]
    0x15 :  Set Mask [MW4    :  ENABLE]
    0x16 :  Set Mask [DRV1   :  ENABLE]
    0x17 :  Set Mask [DRV2   :  ENABLE]

    0xFF :  Exit from this menu

****************************************************

Enter command: 0x10



[UI1] Module :  ENABLE ---------
( Enter, 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
Select: 1

[UI1] Print Bit Mask : 0x   00040057--------
( Enter : Keep / 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
0x01 : [UI-DBG      ] (1) |  0x02 : [UI GLOBAL   ] (1)
0x03 : [UI MENU     ] (1) |  0x04 : [UI HOME MENU] (2)
0x05 : [UI PCCTRL   ] (1) |  0x06 : [UI ACAPKEY  ] (2)
0x07 : [UI KEY      ] (1) |  0x08 : [UI GUIDE    ] (2)
0x09 : [UI FULLINFO ] (2) |  0x0a : [UI BRINFO   ] (2)
0x0b : [UI PGBAR    ] (2) |  0x0c : [UI USB      ] (2)
0x0d : [UI PHOTOLIST] (2) |  0x0e : [UI MUSICLIST] (2)
0x0f : [UI LISTMGR  ] (2) |  0x10 : [UI RESLIST  ] (2)
0x11 : [UI RESREC   ] (2) |  0x12 : [UI RECLIST  ] (2)
0x13 : [UI SUMODE   ] (1) |  0x14 : [UI DVRMODE  ] (2)
0x15 : [UI PATH     ] (2) |  0x16 : [UI INSTALL  ] (2)
0x17 : [UI CI       ] (2) |  0x18 : [UI ED       ] (2)
0x19 : [UI SUBT/CC  ] (2) |  0x1a : [UI AUTOAV   ] (2)
0x1b : [UI KEYWORD  ] (2) |  0x1c : [UI OAD      ] (2)
0x1d : [UI ACAP     ] (2) |  0x1e : [UI HOTEL    ] (2)
0x1f : [UI POLLING  ] (2) |  0x20 : [UI HCEC     ] (2)

Select Print Number(exit:0xff): 0xff

************** Debug Print Mask Menu ***************

    0x01 :  Set [UART PRINT  :  ENABLE]
    0x02 :  Set [API_ERROR   :  ENABLE]
    0x03 :  Enable  all module print mask
    0x04 :  Disable all module print mask
    0x08 :  Set [dbgprint    :  ENABLE]
    0x09 :  Set [Module Print: DISABLE]

    0x10 :  Set Mask [UI1    :  ENABLE]
    0x11 :  Set Mask [UI2    :  ENABLE]
    0x12 :  Set Mask [MW1    :  ENABLE]
    0x13 :  Set Mask [MW2    :  ENABLE]
    0x14 :  Set Mask [MW3    :  ENABLE]
    0x15 :  Set Mask [MW4    :  ENABLE]
    0x16 :  Set Mask [DRV1   :  ENABLE]
    0x17 :  Set Mask [DRV2   :  ENABLE]

    0xFF :  Exit from this menu

****************************************************

Enter command: 0x11



[UI2] Module :  ENABLE ---------
( Enter, 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
Select: 1

[UI2] Print Bit Mask : 0x  00105000--------
( Enter : Keep / 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
0x01 : [UI MATRUX   ] (2) |  0x02 : [UI VIDEO    ] (2)
0x03 : [UI_BT_PRINT ] (2) |  0x04 : [UI SYS      ] (2)
0x05 : [UI TOOLKIT  ] (2) |  0x06 : [UI EPGSEG   ] (2)
0x07 : [UI DASY     ] (2) |  0x08 : [UI PGBARTIME] (2)
0x09 : [UI AUTOTUNING] (2) |  0x0a : [UI MANUALTUNING] (2)
0x0b : [UI MOVIELIST] (2) |  0x0c : [UI ACMS     ] (2)
0x0d : [UI NETWORK  ] (1) |  0x0e : [UI NETFLIX  ] (2)
0x0f : [UI NSU      ] (1) |  0x10 : [UI YOUTUBE  ] (2)
0x11 : [UI RATING   ] (2) |  0x12 : [UI MHP      ] (2)
0x13 : [UI ANI      ] (2) |  0x14 : [UI MULTICHANNEL] (2)
0x15 : [UI MHPKEY   ] (1) |  0x16 : [UI IMAGE    ] (2)
0x17 : [UI VCS      ] (2) |  0x1e : [UI MOUSE    ] (2)
0x1f : [UI EFFECT   ] (2) |  0x20 : [UI EFFECT TIME] (2)

Select Print Number(exit:0xff): 0xff

************** Debug Print Mask Menu ***************

    0x01 :  Set [UART PRINT  :  ENABLE]
    0x02 :  Set [API_ERROR   :  ENABLE]
    0x03 :  Enable  all module print mask
    0x04 :  Disable all module print mask
    0x08 :  Set [dbgprint    :  ENABLE]
    0x09 :  Set [Module Print: DISABLE]

    0x10 :  Set Mask [UI1    :  ENABLE]
    0x11 :  Set Mask [UI2    :  ENABLE]
    0x12 :  Set Mask [MW1    :  ENABLE]
    0x13 :  Set Mask [MW2    :  ENABLE]
    0x14 :  Set Mask [MW3    :  ENABLE]
    0x15 :  Set Mask [MW4    :  ENABLE]
    0x16 :  Set Mask [DRV1   :  ENABLE]
    0x17 :  Set Mask [DRV2   :  ENABLE]

    0xFF :  Exit from this menu

****************************************************

Enter command: 0x12



[MW1] Module :  ENABLE ---------
( Enter, 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
Select: 1

[MW1] Print Bit Mask : 0x       00000000--------
( Enter : Keep / 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
0x01 : [CM-0        ] (2) |  0x02 : [CM-1        ] (2)
0x03 : [CM-2        ] (2) |  0x04 : [CM-3        ] (2)
0x05 : [PSIP        ] (2) |  0x06 : [PSIP_0      ] (2)
0x07 : [PSIP_1      ] (2) |  0x08 : [PSIP_2      ] (2)
0x09 : [PSIP_3      ] (2) |  0x0a : [PSIP_ERR    ] (2)
0x0b : [SUBT/DCC    ] (2) |  0x0c : [SUBT/DCC WARN] (2)
0x0d : [SUBT/DCC ERR] (2) |  0x0e : [EME INFO    ] (2)
0x0f : [EME JPEG    ] (2) |  0x10 : [EME SUBT    ] (2)
0x11 : [EME POLL    ] (2) |  0x12 : [MLM INFO    ] (2)
0x13 : [MLM WARN    ] (2) |  0x14 : [MLM ERR     ] (2)
0x15 : [TTX/ACC     ] (2) |  0x16 : [TTX/ACC ERR ] (2)
0x17 : [DASY_GEN    ] (2) |  0x18 : [DASY_UP     ] (2)
0x19 : [DASY_DN     ] (2) |  0x1a : [MFS-0       ] (2)
0x1b : [MFS-1       ] (2) |  0x1c : [MFS-2       ] (2)
0x1d : [CM-4        ] (2) |  0x1e : [CM-5        ] (2)
0x1f : [CM-6        ] (2) |  0x20 : [CM-7        ] (2)

Select Print Number(exit:0xff): 0xff

************** Debug Print Mask Menu ***************

    0x01 :  Set [UART PRINT  :  ENABLE]
    0x02 :  Set [API_ERROR   :  ENABLE]
    0x03 :  Enable  all module print mask
    0x04 :  Disable all module print mask
    0x08 :  Set [dbgprint    :  ENABLE]
    0x09 :  Set [Module Print: DISABLE]

    0x10 :  Set Mask [UI1    :  ENABLE]
    0x11 :  Set Mask [UI2    :  ENABLE]
    0x12 :  Set Mask [MW1    :  ENABLE]
    0x13 :  Set Mask [MW2    :  ENABLE]
    0x14 :  Set Mask [MW3    :  ENABLE]
    0x15 :  Set Mask [MW4    :  ENABLE]
    0x16 :  Set Mask [DRV1   :  ENABLE]
    0x17 :  Set Mask [DRV2   :  ENABLE]

    0xFF :  Exit from this menu

****************************************************

Enter command: 0x13



[MW2] Module :  ENABLE ---------
( Enter, 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
Select: 1

[MW2] Print Bit Mask : 0x    00006060--------
( Enter : Keep / 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
0x01 : [MRE INFO    ] (2) |  0x02 : [MRE WARN    ] (2)
0x03 : [MRE ERR     ] (2) |  0x04 : [MRE FATAL   ] (2)
0x05 : [MRE PATH    ] (2) |  0x06 : [NSU         ] (1)
0x07 : [API_UTIL    ] (1) |  0x08 : [SWU API     ] (2)
0x09 : [SWU EPK     ] (2) |  0x0a : [SWU MTD     ] (2)
0x0b : [SWU UTIL    ] (2) |  0x0c : [AVBLOCK     ] (2)
0x0d : [AUD API     ] (2) |  0x0e : [VIDEO API   ] (1)
0x0f : [VFMT        ] (1) |  0x10 : [OTA0        ] (2)
0x11 : [OTA1        ] (2) |  0x12 : [CI_MAIN     ] (2)
0x13 : [CI_PHY      ] (2) |  0x14 : [CI_CIS      ] (2)
0x15 : [CI_LINK     ] (2) |  0x16 : [CI_TRANS    ] (2)
0x17 : [CI_SESSION  ] (2) |  0x18 : [CI_APP      ] (2)
0x19 : [CI_RESMGR   ] (2) |  0x1a : [CI_APPINFO  ] (2)
0x1b : [CI_CAS      ] (2) |  0x1c : [CI_DATETIME ] (2)
0x1d : [CI_HOSTCTL  ] (2) |  0x1e : [CI_MMI      ] (2)
0x1f : [CI_ERR      ] (2) |  0x20 : [CECP        ] (2)

Select Print Number(exit:0xff): 0xff

************** Debug Print Mask Menu ***************

    0x01 :  Set [UART PRINT  :  ENABLE]
    0x02 :  Set [API_ERROR   :  ENABLE]
    0x03 :  Enable  all module print mask
    0x04 :  Disable all module print mask
    0x08 :  Set [dbgprint    :  ENABLE]
    0x09 :  Set [Module Print: DISABLE]

    0x10 :  Set Mask [UI1    :  ENABLE]
    0x11 :  Set Mask [UI2    :  ENABLE]
    0x12 :  Set Mask [MW1    :  ENABLE]
    0x13 :  Set Mask [MW2    :  ENABLE]
    0x14 :  Set Mask [MW3    :  ENABLE]
    0x15 :  Set Mask [MW4    :  ENABLE]
    0x16 :  Set Mask [DRV1   :  ENABLE]
    0x17 :  Set Mask [DRV2   :  ENABLE]

    0xFF :  Exit from this menu

****************************************************

Enter command: 0x14



[MW3] Module :  ENABLE ---------
( Enter, 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
Select: 1

[MW3] Print Bit Mask : 0x       00000000--------
( Enter : Keep / 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
0x01 : [MHEG-DBG    ] (2) |  0x02 : [MHEG DSM    ] (2)
0x03 : [MHEG API    ] (2) |  0x04 : [MHEG CMSI   ] (2)
0x05 : [MHEG ESM    ] (2) |  0x06 : [MHEG AV     ] (2)
0x07 : [MHEG DEV    ] (2) |  0x08 : [MHEG NET    ] (2)
0x09 : [MHEG OSD    ] (2) |  0x0a : [EDB INFO    ] (2)
0x0b : [MCB DBG     ] (2) |  0x0c : [USB_MSG     ] (2)
0x0d : [HTTPClient  ] (2) |  0x0e : [STREAM      ] (2)
0x0f : [ACMS DBG    ] (2) |  0x10 : [ACMS VPS    ] (2)
0x11 : [ACMS P830F1 ] (2) |  0x12 : [ACMS P830F2 ] (2)
0x13 : [ACMS VBI    ] (2) |  0x14 : [STREAM TRACE] (2)
0x15 : [BT INT      ] (2) |  0x16 : [BT OSA      ] (2)
0x17 : [BT API      ] (2) |  0x18 : [BT ENC      ] (2)
0x19 : [BT DEC      ] (2) |  0x1a : [BT ARBIT    ] (2)
0x1b : [CIFS        ] (2) |  0x1c : [YWE         ] (2)
0x1d : [ADCC_INFO   ] (2) |  0x1e : [ADCC_ERR    ] (2)
0x1f : [OAE         ] (2) |  0x20 : [OAE_ERR     ] (2)

Select Print Number(exit:0xff): 0xff

************** Debug Print Mask Menu ***************

    0x01 :  Set [UART PRINT  :  ENABLE]
    0x02 :  Set [API_ERROR   :  ENABLE]
    0x03 :  Enable  all module print mask
    0x04 :  Disable all module print mask
    0x08 :  Set [dbgprint    :  ENABLE]
    0x09 :  Set [Module Print: DISABLE]

    0x10 :  Set Mask [UI1    :  ENABLE]
    0x11 :  Set Mask [UI2    :  ENABLE]
    0x12 :  Set Mask [MW1    :  ENABLE]
    0x13 :  Set Mask [MW2    :  ENABLE]
    0x14 :  Set Mask [MW3    :  ENABLE]
    0x15 :  Set Mask [MW4    :  ENABLE]
    0x16 :  Set Mask [DRV1   :  ENABLE]
    0x17 :  Set Mask [DRV2   :  ENABLE]

    0xFF :  Exit from this menu

****************************************************

Enter command: 0x15



[MW4] Module :  ENABLE ---------
( Enter, 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
Select: 1

[MW4] Print Bit Mask : 0x      00000080--------
( Enter : Keep / 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
0x01 : [DLNA_DMP_INFO] (2) |  0x02 : [DLNA_DMP_ERR] (2)
0x03 : [DLNA_DMR_INFO] (2) |  0x04 : [DLNA_DMR_ERR] (2)
0x05 : [DLNA_STACK  ] (2) |  0x06 : [WMDRM       ] (2)
0x07 : [MMS         ] (2) |  0x08 : [SDP         ] (1)
0x09 : [SDP_DNLD    ] (2) |  0x0a : [TTX_DRV     ] (2)
0x0b : [TTX_DSP     ] (2) |  0x0c : [TTX_DBG     ] (2)
0x0d : [SUBT_MAIN   ] (2) |  0x0e : [SUBT_DRV    ] (2)
0x0f : [SUBT_DSP    ] (2) |  0x10 : [SUBT_DBG    ] (2)
0x11 : [WIDEVINE    ] (2) |  0x12 : [WIN7_LLTD   ] (2)
0x13 : [HDCP        ] (2) |  0x14 : [MDNS        ] (2)

Select Print Number(exit:0xff): 0xff

************** Debug Print Mask Menu ***************

    0x01 :  Set [UART PRINT  :  ENABLE]
    0x02 :  Set [API_ERROR   :  ENABLE]
    0x03 :  Enable  all module print mask
    0x04 :  Disable all module print mask
    0x08 :  Set [dbgprint    :  ENABLE]
    0x09 :  Set [Module Print: DISABLE]

    0x10 :  Set Mask [UI1    :  ENABLE]
    0x11 :  Set Mask [UI2    :  ENABLE]
    0x12 :  Set Mask [MW1    :  ENABLE]
    0x13 :  Set Mask [MW2    :  ENABLE]
    0x14 :  Set Mask [MW3    :  ENABLE]
    0x15 :  Set Mask [MW4    :  ENABLE]
    0x16 :  Set Mask [DRV1   :  ENABLE]
    0x17 :  Set Mask [DRV2   :  ENABLE]

    0xFF :  Exit from this menu

****************************************************

Enter command: 0x16



[DRV1] Module :  ENABLE ---------
( Enter, 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
Select: 1

[DRV1] Print Bit Mask : 0xef000000--------
( Enter : Keep / 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
0x01 : [FE TUNER    ] (2) |  0x02 : [FE TUNER    ] (2)
0x03 : [FE TUNER    ] (2) |  0x04 : [FE TUNER    ] (2)
0x05 : [SDEC PES    ] (2) |  0x06 : [SDEC SEC    ] (2)
0x07 : [VDEC        ] (2) |  0x08 : [VDEC USRD   ] (2)
0x09 : [VDEC ISR    ] (2) |  0x0a : [OSD         ] (2)
0x0b : [VIDEO0 DDI  ] (2) |  0x0c : [VIDEO1 PERI ] (2)
0x0d : [VIDEO2 WIN  ] (2) |  0x0e : [VIDEO3 PP   ] (2)
0x0f : [VIDEO4 DD   ] (2) |  0x10 : [VIDEO DDI   ] (2)
0x11 : [AVSWITCH    ] (2) |  0x12 : [HDMI        ] (2)
0x13 : [AUDIO DDI   ] (2) |  0x14 : [AUDIO AMP   ] (2)
0x15 : [ADEC DDI    ] (2) |  0x16 : [AUDIO TASK  ] (2)
0x17 : [ADEC DD     ] (2) |  0x18 : [ADC         ] (2)
0x19 : [FRC         ] (1) |  0x1a : [MICOM       ] (1)
0x1b : [AUTO TEST   ] (1) |  0x1c : [MICOM ucom  ] (1)
0x1d : [PQL         ] (2) |  0x1e : [GPIO        ] (1)
0x1f : [NVM         ] (1) |  0x20 : [DIMMING     ] (1)

Select Print Number(exit:0xff): 0xff

************** Debug Print Mask Menu ***************

    0x01 :  Set [UART PRINT  :  ENABLE]
    0x02 :  Set [API_ERROR   :  ENABLE]
    0x03 :  Enable  all module print mask
    0x04 :  Disable all module print mask
    0x08 :  Set [dbgprint    :  ENABLE]
    0x09 :  Set [Module Print: DISABLE]

    0x10 :  Set Mask [UI1    :  ENABLE]
    0x11 :  Set Mask [UI2    :  ENABLE]
    0x12 :  Set Mask [MW1    :  ENABLE]
    0x13 :  Set Mask [MW2    :  ENABLE]
    0x14 :  Set Mask [MW3    :  ENABLE]
    0x15 :  Set Mask [MW4    :  ENABLE]
    0x16 :  Set Mask [DRV1   :  ENABLE]
    0x17 :  Set Mask [DRV2   :  ENABLE]

    0xFF :  Exit from this menu

****************************************************

Enter command: 0x17



[DRV2] Module :  ENABLE ---------
( Enter, 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
Select: 1

[DRV2] Print Bit Mask : 0x     00000400--------
( Enter : Keep / 1 : Enable / 2: Disable )
0x01 : [PVR         ] (2) |  0x02 : [PVR UP      ] (2)
0x03 : [PVR DN      ] (2) |  0x04 : [PVR IDX     ] (2)
0x05 : [EMP_DDI     ] (2) |  0x06 : [EMP_MP3     ] (2)
0x07 : [EMP_JPG     ] (2) |  0x08 : [EMP_DIVX    ] (2)
0x09 : [MOUSE SP    ] (2) |  0x0a : [WCM         ] (2)
0x0b : [WIRELESS    ] (1) |  0x19 : [CHB L1      ] (2)
0x1a : [CHB_L2      ] (2) |  0x1b : [FLASHES L1  ] (2)
0x1c : [FLASHES L2  ] (2) |  
Select Print Number(exit:0xff): 0xff

************** Debug Print Mask Menu ***************
(This is how my print mask is configured)

Here's how to capture the startup activity:
1. Following a power_on or a reset, repeateadly hit the [f9] key until the screen begins to paint
2. Pause for ~1-2 seconds, then
3. Hit the [f10] key twice

Note: Since we are still in Release mode, we need to carry out these last three steps, if we want to enable console messages. The reason we hit [f10] is because we need to enable the extended debug items that we previously selected in the print mask. Hitting it only once would invoke the debug menu (which we don't want to do, as console messages would be supressed). Also, if the pause interval (in step2) is too short, the [f10] sequence may not register, and if its too long we may miss some of the desired output.

-nony
The common emitter transceiver in these units is the TI CC2510F16, as documented on the FCC website under FCCID BEJLDS201 -
https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/...'BEJLDS201'

Detailed info on the CC2510F16 can be found here - http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/cc2510f16.pdf.

Note that the Xceiver is configured for MSK modulation, a data rate of 250Kbps, and FHSS operation employing 32 hops in a pseudorandom sequence. (per the FCC docs)

-nony

Here is a pic of the RF Xceiver board -

New information allows us to test for continuity of the three GPIO outputs without removing the back cover.

The tests below should be peformed by at least one LV9500 user (with 3D enabled and functioning) and by one LW9500 user from Oz-

Recall, from LG's 3D troubleshooting docs, that GPIO-0, GPIO-1, and GPIO-2 need to be set correctly to enable the emitter and allow the glasses to sync.

Here is the actual GPIO port mapping:
GPIO-0: Port Index 128 [60/48/50Hz when asserted (set to 1)]
GPIO-1: Port Index 130 [59.94/23.97Hz when asserted (set to 1)]
GPIO-2: Port Index 131 [RFEmitterOff when asserted (set to 1)]

*****This is Test1:*****
Test1 - Confirm the above mappings
**Panel should be in 2D mode
**Magic motion remote should be operational
When we set any of the above GPIO to "1", the magic motion remote should become disabled, until we we set it back to "0".
1. Press the [Enter] key on the mmr to confirm that it is operational
2. Set GPIO port 128 to "1"
3. Confirm that the mmr is disabled
4. Set GPIO port 128 to "0"
5. Confirm that the mmr is once again operational
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for port 130, and port 131.
Code:
2:ORG MAIN $ 30

All index of GPI are OK!!!

All indexs of GPO are OK!!!

============ [GPIO Debug Menu] ==============
        0x01:   Read  GPIO Port
        0x02:   Write GPIO Port
        0x03:   [GPIO Read Function  Menu]
        0x04:   [GPIO Write Function Menu]
        0x05:   [GPIO H/W OPTION]
        0xFF:   [Exit from This Menu]
=============================================

Enter Command : 0x2
Port Index (Decimal) : 128
Data : 1
Test1 should confirm that we have identified the correct GPIO mappings, and that the GPIO outputs are being acted upon by the emitter.
---
*****This is Test2:*****
Test2 - Confirm correct operation of GPIO ports
**Panel should be in 2D_TO_3D MODE
1. Activate 2D_TO_3D MODE on the panel.
2. Activate your glasses and confirm that you are viewing 3D
3. Set GPIO port 130 to "0" and confirm that you lost sync
4. Set GPIO port 130 to "1" and confirm that you are viewing 3D
5. Set GPIO port 128 to "1" and confirm that you are seeing wavy sync
6. Set GPIO port 130 to "0" and confirm that you are seeing 3D with a pulse once a second.
7. Set GPIO port 128 to "0" and confirm that that you lost sync
8. Set GPIO port 130 to "1" and confirm that you are viewing 3D.

Test2 confirms that we are able to manipulate the emitter sync in accordance with LG's documentation.
---
*****This is Test3:*****
Test3 - Enable the Control 3D Mode GPIO
**Panel should be in 2D_TO_3D MODE
1. Activate 2D_TO_3D MODE on the panel.
2. Activate your glasses
3. Enable the Control 3D Mode- 0x78 output from the GPIO Write Function Menu as below. This is a simple toggle.
Code:
============ [GPIO Write Menu] ==============
        0x30:   ResetDemod
        0x31:   ResetAudio
        0x32:   EnableCI
        0x33:   AGCSpeedCtrl
        0x34:   EnableAntennaBooster
        0x35:   EnableAntenna5V
        0x36:   SelectScart8Pin
        0x37:   SelectHDMIHotPlug
        0x38:   SelectHDMI
        0x39:   MntVOutSwitch
        0x3A:   ResetEYEQ
        0x3B:   ResetFRC
        0x3C:   EnableFRC_Reset
        0x3D:   EnableFRC1_3PLL
        0x3E:   EnableFRC1_8VF
        0x3F:   EnableFRC1_3VF
        0x40:   EnableFRC2_5VF
        0x41:   EnableFRC3_3VF
        0x42:   EnableEMFMode
        0x43:   MuteMonitorOut
        0x44:   MuteTVOut
        0x45:   MuteAmp
        0x46:   MuteHP
        0x47:   MuteVideoTVOut
        0x48:   EnableLCDDisplayPanel
        0x49:   EnablePDPDisplayPanel
        0x4A:   EnableAI
        0x4B:   EnableModulePor
        0x4C:   EnableLCDDPPanelPower
        0x4D:   EnableWriteProtect
        0x4E:   EnableRGBEDIDWriteProtect
        0x4F:   ControlPDPVaVs
        0x50:   ControlPDP5VOnOff
        0x51:   ControlPDPLedW1OnOff
        0x52:   ControlPDPLedW2OnOff
        0x53:   ControlRelay
        0x54:   ControlVideoSwitch
        0x55:   EnableBT
        0x56:   ResetBT
        0x57:   VregCtrlBT
        0x58:   EnableOPC
        0x59:   SelectBTAudioswitch
        0x5A:   EnableLEDDemo
        0x5B:   EnableSerialTSBuffer
        0x5C:   EnablePowerEN
        0x5D:   _GPIO_CtrlLedG
        0x5E:   _GPIO_CtrlLedR
        0x5F:   _GPIO_CtrlLNA2
        0x60:   _GPIO_CtrlRFSwitch
        0x61:   EnableUSBCtrl
        0x62:   Reset USB Hub
        0x63:   Tuner Reset
        0x64:   STuner Reset
        0x65:   LVDS Select
        0x66:   LED Local Dimming IC Reset
        0x67:   WirelessReadySwitchCtrl
        0x68:   WirelessReadyPowerCtrl
        0x69:   Saturn7 Tcon DPM
        0x6A:   Saturn7 Tcon DPM
        0x6B:   Channel Browser Reset
        0x6C:   CHB BOOSTER CTRL
        0x6D:   TW9910 Reset
        0x6E:   Reset for CHB Tuner
        0x6F:   Reset for SP RF Module
        0x70:   CHB RF SWITCH CTRL
        0x71:   Micom ScartMute Ctrl
        0x72:   NAND Flash Write Protect Ctrl
        0x73:   Select CI_SEL
        0x74:   FMTUP Set nCS
        0x75:   FMTUP Set DCLK
        0x76:   FMTUP Set ASDI
        0x77:   LG8300 Reset
        0x78:   Control 3D Mode
        0x79:   Control FPGA PORT DOWN
        0x7A:   Switch RS232 Module/Motion
        0x7B:   Debug Clock for SP RF Module
        0x7C:   Debug Data for SP RF Module
        0xFF:   [Exit from This Menu]
=============================================
Enter Command : 0x78
< Choose 1(Enable) or 0(Disable) >
Set Value 1 : 1
Set Value 2 : (leave blank)


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I highly doubt you can return it. I would call for warranty repair. You could try changing to XBOX input to see if its the one input only.

I contacted support people, they gave usual trouble shooting try other device, different cables, update firmware etc I did all that and asked what next and they said

We recommend that you monitor this issue over the coming week or so and if it becomes more frequent then you will need to get in contact with us for further troubleshooting. We are unable to find the common fault in your situation but if you are able, please swap Xbox cords over with another Xbox ( a friends one if possible ).

if get keeps happening i will push again. I dont get it though it is not consistent problem and the tv locks up not the xbox because it still responds (even though you cant see because the tv is locking up).

The signal the xbox sends to tv makes it crash, exact same point, every time it has happened. I really think more likely firmware glitch rather than hardware, but I am no expert.
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Local Dimming Diagnostic

Hit the [Tilt] key on your service remote to invoke this diagnostic (it's a toggle.)

Your set should be in one of the following modes -
Power Only (invoked via the [Power On] key)
Substrate Mode (invoked by sending a 0x88 remote code command [mc 00 88 Enter] - also a toggle.

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hi guys...has anyone updated to 04.02.28 yet? Thanks to you I have 3D and certainly want to continue enjoying it! Happy Holidays...Deb
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hi guys...has anyone updated to 04.02.28 yet? Thanks to you I have 3D and certainly want to continue enjoying it! Happy Holidays...Deb

Yes, no problems with 3D. I doubt LG is trying to take away our 3D, it would make no business sense.
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Dear videkid, last month I get my LV9500 and I set up the 3d.
I bought a pair of 3d glasses and everything works great, except for the crosstalk in the picture, I checked the 3d using the LG APP's and from my ps3 with motorstorm, but never from a 3d movie.
Please can you tell me if you have the same issue.
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Dear videkid, last month I get my LV9500 and I set up the 3d.
I bought a pair of 3d glasses and everything works great, except for the crosstalk in the picture, I checked the 3d using the LG APP's and from my ps3 with motorstorm, but never from a 3d movie.
Please can you tell me if you have the same issue.
Thank you.

Depends on the quality of the 3D. I see very little in bluray disc, I have seen a lot on the LG app.
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Download while you can: Pg 14 for Service remote key designations:

http://sharatronica.com/files/LGTV/32LC2DC_service.pdf
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i have tried to do the tests to check the 3d on an australian tv, but i am limmited as i don't have a magic motion remote.

no matter what i set port 128,130 and 131 to it does not make any difference.

i'm not sure if it matters but when i try to read the data back on any of these ports it still says data is 0 even if i have set it to 1.

i will try to get hold of a magic motion remote to help with testing.
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i have tried to do the tests to check the 3d on an australian tv, but i am limmited as i don't have a magic motion remote.

no matter what i set port 128,130 and 131 to it does not make any difference.

i'm not sure if it matters but when i try to read the data back on any of these ports it still says data is 0 even if i have set it to 1.

i will try to get hold of a magic motion remote to help with testing.

You can't read back the outputs and the data that is returned will not be valid if the GPIO isn't registered as an input, which presumably is the case.

Are all three ports (128,130,131) registered as outputs? (i.e. can you set them without receiving an error message?)

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Hi guys,

Im a new member and have followed the thread trying to enable 3D on an OZ 55LW9500.

Great instructions and easy to follow, I to have the sync problem with the glasses, but hope is not lost as the 55LW9500 definitely has a transmitter. I've managed to get the glasses to get a flickering 3d image for a few seconds which leads me to believe it is definitely a GPIO issue.

Haven't been able to get access to the shell to do as "nony" described, once the TV is off the wall i'll be able to reach the service port.

Has anyone had a flickering 3D issue and then lost sync?
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Hi guys! I got one of the LG LV9500 tv's from HSN when they first aired them for sale. I found this thread while searching for info on it. What I want to know is..Does activating the 3D actually work and do the glasses actually sinc up? I've included pics of what I've got so any and all help would be greatly appreciated!
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Yes, you can activate LG LV9500 3D and the glasses do sinc. The 3D DVD's and Comcast 3D cable work fine. Some items appear to be right in room between the TV and where you are viewing.
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Hi guys! I got one of the LG LV9500 tv's from HSN when they first aired them for sale. I found this thread while searching for info on it. What I want to know is..Does activating the 3D actually work and do the glasses actually sinc up? I've included pics of what I've got so any and all help would be greatly appreciated!

If you read through this thread you will find exactly what you need, it is very simple. I highly recommend the purchase if a service remote.
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Nony,
I can set the outputs without receiving any error messages. i thought i would of been able to read that same data back, my mistake.
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Nony,
I can set the outputs without receiving any error messages. i thought i would of been able to read that same data back, my mistake.

I'm really keen to see how you go. Dying to get 3d on the OZ LW9500.

Keep is posted.

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