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post #14611 of 14619 Old 12-05-2014, 07:09 AM
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There's is no special HDMI input for the Elite. All 5 inputs have the same capabilities. I use #2 since Direct TV is using #1.

I told you these settings are the bomb. We should thank N3W813 for posting the settings and saving us big $$$ on a professional calibration
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Well...if it a Nov 2012 build, then use the Nov 2012 numbers
I thought that was written clear in my previous posts
Actually…. NEWBIE had two sets of 2012 numbers at one point. Im using the 1st set. The second set(the ones you posted) are slightly different. I will experminet with the second set and to see what differences there are .
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Is there a way to have the TV stop flashing when changing an input on my receiver that is connected to the TV? Every time I change the input on the receiver, the TV goes black and then comes back on and displays the HDMI input source in the top right.

This also happens if I am playing content from my computer with Plex Home Theater, or XBMC. When I hit stop to close the movie that is playing the TV flashes black and then displays the input source at the top right. Is there a way to have the TV not "reset" the picture every time it receive a different video source?

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^ Welcome to HDMI. What you are seeing is the "handshaking" taking place between the input source(s) and the TV. Don't know of anyway to turn it off.
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My 60 now has a solid thin green line from top-to-bottom about a foot from the left bezel.
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Here are a couple more. Just e-mailed Sharp with these & a few others per their request. I imagine there are no longer any replacements? Not willing to take comparably priced edge-lit 4k panel. Any hope for a refund?
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Thanks for the warning AVS I forgot about posting sales on anything other than classifieds section might get you banned for life because people out there can't handle such things. Will never do it again! Cross my heart hope to die haha! Anyway anyone ever get there Elite calibrated with the Cyan issue not showing at all? I know Mr Miller said that the original one he calibrated he never noticed it but was just curious if anyone ever actually compared it side by side with another panel in there home?
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Thanks for the warning AVS I forgot about posting sales on anything other than classifieds section might get you banned for life because people out there can't handle such things. Will never do it again! Cross my heart hope to die haha! Anyway anyone ever get there Elite calibrated with the Cyan issue not showing at all? I know Mr Miller said that the original one he calibrated he never noticed it but was just curious if anyone ever actually compared it side by side with another panel in there home?
I have a Lumagen Radiance video processor. A firmware update from them added 125 point LUT calibration. Enabling that fixed the Cyan issue without further calibration. IMO the cyan issue is way overblown, what now appears as cyan was pleasant shades of blue before fix. Given how much cyan is used in commercials I frequently wish there had been no fix.
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^^^ I'm in the same boat. Radiance + calibration = excellent colors. Even without the Radiance the colors may not be as accurate but still way enjoyable with the awesome contrast, blacks and shadow detail. I hope mine lasts another couple of years, then I might start hunting for an OLED ...
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