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Still no functioning Amazon app...

 

 

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Still no functioning Amazon app...


That's sad.

Perhaps a push from Amazon to get people to purchase their Fire TV box. It shouldn't have taken them this long.
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Still no functioning Amazon app...


Sony was telling their customers the end of May for the new and improved Amazon app.

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Can someone recommend a Film with excelllent natural colors, to do some analysis with? Maybe with some dark scenes in them.

To catch a Thief

"Colors are equally brilliant and stable, with splashes of extremely bright and varied colors setting the stage for two of the transfer's best moments, a confrontation in an outdoor flower shop early in the film and a lavish gala near the end."
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IMO there is very little doubt that the M602i-B3 has a 120 Hz native panel.

So you also think the M652i-B2 will have a 120hz native panel? And what's the B2 vs. B3 difference?
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I just placed my order on Amazon for the M652i-B2 and was allowed to schedule a delivery date of Friday June 13th. Hopefully it's a legit date!
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So you also think the M652i-B2 will have a 120hz native panel? And what's the B2 vs. B3 difference?

Most signs point to yes on the 120hz panel. The B2 panels are 400 Nit, the B3 panels are 350 Nit. Beyond that we don't know until all the models are out and for sale.
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So you also think the M652i-B2 will have a 120hz native panel? And what's the B2 vs. B3 difference?

All M series models will have a 120 Hz native panel except for the 32 inch model. Based upon feedback from a owner of a 42 inch model (there is frame Interpolation on 60Hz OTA Broadcasts) any doubt there was has been removed. Please, no more copy and paste from Vizio CSRs on the subject.
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hello. new here - wanted to share my settings for my 42 m series. used the calibrated setting to start.

auto brightness control - off
backlight - 56
brightness - 30
contrast - 62
color - 54
sharpness - 12

color temp - normal
active led zones - on
blur reduction - on
film mode - auto
[everything else in advanced pic is off]

maybe this can help someone.
I bought the 2013 model and returned it for the 2014 and couldn't be happier. immediately saw a difference in pq.

this is for normal viewing. hvnt watched a blu-ray movie yet.
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Most signs point to yes on the 120hz panel. The B2 panels are 400 Nit, the B3 panels are 350 Nit. Beyond that we don't know until all the models are out and for sale.

What about the smaller sized B2 panels in the E series such as the 48"? Larger models are said to be 300 nits.
If the Toshiba falls through this is my only other option, unless the M series magically produces low input lag....below 32ms that is, which i highly doubt if the smart tv e series(42ms) is any indication.

Good grief, slim 'gamer' pickings as usual. featureless skimmed down Entry levels a plenty! tongue.gif
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I gotta say the only thing i miss about the 2013 model I had for a week is being able to control my directv receiver with the vizio remote. now I think I'm going to have to buy the harmony remote
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So Ive spent the weekend with the Vizio and have gone back and forth with some base settings (like Backlight Level, Clear Action On/Off, Black Detail On/Off, LED Active On/Off) and so on and so forth) and back time and again to the Disney Wow Calibration Disc (DVD not BluRay) using the Oppo 970HD and the ATSC Tuner) and here are my settings that I like.

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Black Level Detail (mostly I like this on Low, but sometimes Off is better) I think this may be something similar to Vizio's former Adaptive Luma)
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Green Offset -3
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I worked on the color via the space scenes in The Fifth Element Superbit Edition DVD and the T2 Extrreme Superbit DVD with the opening scenes. The Red and Green were obvious in the Fifth Element black space scenes. I also checked broadcasts from the ATSC tuner.


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I dont care for the WiFi Internet stuff. Not it's implementation, but that it is there at all. I had a hang up upon first start up (actually second) as I was automatically dropped into Store Mode cause I took to long to choose Home at first start up and had to redo...which then led me to the hang up on Searching for Network (there were none to be found anyways).

The remote is kind of fussy about where it's pointed and also the orientation on the rotation axis. It has to be pointed pretty accurately and in the horizontal position to pick up. Im not a fan of this remote at all really, the button layout and hand feel. And no backlighting either. But it's useable. (The remote with the Insignia 48D510N that I took back could be pointed anywhere and in any rotational orientation and the TV would pick up the commands. It was an ugly pedestrian looking remote but it worked and I liked the buttons better but still no backlighting).

Of course this Color in the Blacks issue.

No ability to manually Add Digital Channels to the ATSC tuner.

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Cant the app feature be turned off? ...
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You can just ignore it....excepting I was almost unable to ignore it, on Initial Startup. You dont have to look at it or concern yourself with it at all.....you engage it with the Remote Control. However I dont know about denying it access to your network...which I suppose is easy to do.

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The Sound Quality and Volume Level on the Vizio M422i are quite surprising. Way better than I was expecting. Thumbs up for that. smile.gif

Im very pleased with the overall PQ.

Disappointed in the Smooth Motion Effect itself and it's execution in the Vizio. Black outlines like extreme Sharpening Edge Enhancement are visible along object edges. (Ill have to check it on Animated Film as well which is where Ive seen this Frame Interpolation shine before).

The other issue is jerky pans (especially on horizontal pans). This was aggravated by the Clear Motion 720 when I had that engaged....which is why I opted to turn it off. Ill have to try this Feature again during Football Season.

Im very pleased with the panel itself as well.

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Have you tried it for gaming?...
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Have you tried it for gaming?...

Just a heads up. The Vizio E 'smart TV' series scored 42ms with the Leo B testing method.
And the non-smart Vizio E series scored 27ms....They come in only 48" and smaller sadly and don't have local/smart dimming.

Since all of the M series have Smart Tv, i wouldn't be surprised if it they scored 42ms or more.
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Just a heads up. The Vizio E 'smart TV' series scored 42ms with the Leo B testing method.
And the non-smart Vizio E series scored 27ms....They come in only 48" and smaller sadly and don't have local/smart dimming.

Since all of the M series have Smart Tv, i wouldn't be surprised if it they scored 42ms or more.

What is the Lag on the Toshiba L7400?
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What is the Lag on the Toshiba L7400?

Toshiba's site says 12ms which is outstanding, but i'll believe it when i see it. :P
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Just a heads up. The Vizio E 'smart TV' series scored 42ms with the Leo B testing method.
And the non-smart Vizio E series scored 27ms....They come in only 48" and smaller sadly and don't have local/smart dimming.

Since all of the M series have Smart Tv, i wouldn't be surprised if it they scored 42ms or more.

It's possible that the M will be better. I remember hearing around CES time that the M was getting a new generation of processors to handle the smart features and increased dimming zones. Hopefully they're fast enough to lower the input lag.

At any rate, we'll know soon - DisplayLag got back to me and confirmed he's looking on getting his hands on the new lineup and testing them over the next few weeks.
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It's possible that the M will be better. I remember hearing around CES time that the M was getting a new generation of processors to handle the smart features and increased dimming zones. Hopefully they're fast enough to lower the input lag.

At any rate, we'll know soon - DisplayLag got back to me and confirmed he's looking on getting his hands on the new lineup and testing them over the next few weeks.

This has been in the back of my mind; the M series will hopefully pack more processing power, which would lead to a better smart apps experience and faster video processing. There's just no telling until somebody tests each group of displays (for example, the 49", 55", and 65" have the same suffix and share a manual - I bet they all score very close in lag, but perhaps different from the 32" & its ilk).
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I'm not too concerned over input lag as my gaming days are almost behind me. And if I understand the effects of higher lag times, it would mostly be online first person shooters that suffer the most, which for me is moot since I don't play those at all.
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I'm not too concerned over input lag as my gaming days are almost behind me. And if I understand the effects of higher lag times, it would mostly be online first person shooters that suffer the most, which for me is moot since I don't play those at all.

High lag times effect everything, doesn't matter if you're into twitch shooters. Platformers(be it 2D or 3D) end up feeling heavier, clunkier and not on the dime....And in the end the experience is nowhere near as fun or as enjoyable as it should of been....I've been in so many of these situations, where is said "F*** it" and hooked up my consoles back on my Sony wega SDTV CRT. I want a set that can get below 16ms and the L7400 looks to be it, hopefully.
The only genre that input lag doesn't really concern me at all is for 'turn based' RPG's since you're just selecting items from a screen to use in battle. But that's one(of the few) genre's i don't care for. We never had any lag back in the 80's, 90's because it never existed on SDTV tube tv's. i'm extremely sensitive to it and just very fussy in general. :P Some people don't mind a little lag, but i'm a hardcore platforming freak, not to mention when motion controls are involved you need every single precious ms(think metroid prime 3, Zack & Wiki, elebits)

As crazy as it sounds. i felt a noticeable difference between my 1 frame/16ms capable sets(LK450, LD450 AND S30 'when' using component cables. HDMI ramped it up to 32ms on my S30, LK450 was about 46ms ect) vs my lag free CRT. 1 frame is still glorious, but the difference is there. in metroid prime 3, samus's arm cannon was extremely quick and fluid on my CRT, but on either of my 1 frame capable sets it wasn't quite as quick or intuitive, but pretty great nonetheless.

Anyways, the 'smart TV' E series is a no go for me, 42ms just doesn't cut it. been there, experienced that and it was a drag for me, may not be for others but it didn't float my boat at all.
And now i'm a little put off by the fact that the non-smart E series which has 27ms of lag doesn't include local dimming....I'd really love to know the input lag numbers for the M series, if it can manage 32ms or below i may consider it...maybe.
For now my eyes are on the L7400, i just hope it doesn't end up being a bust.
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I just placed my order on Amazon for the M652i-B2 and was allowed to schedule a delivery date of Friday June 13th. Hopefully it's a legit date!

Looks like it's temporarily out of stock again. Good luck dude!
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Have you tried it for gaming?...

All I have is a PS2 with a Composite connection...to test with. Is that good enough?

Ill try some gaming tonight.

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All I have is a PS2 with a Composite connection...to test with. Is that good enough?

Ill try some gaming tonight.

No. Just..no. You fail at the vidja game latency testing sir! wink.gif
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No. Just..no. You fail at the vidja game latency testing sir! wink.gif

using 'composite' on an HDTV, now you're just asking for trouble. tongue.gif
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