Originally Posted by -Kevin-
after rereading the FAQ a little more closely, it looks like the bug is that when Auto is employed on the KRP it isn't really Auto at all. It is the same as setting it to 0-255 RGB. Is that correct?
Auto detects everything correctly except RGB(16-235). It will detect YCbCr (all flavors) and RGB and switch accordingly. The bug is that when Auto mode detects an RGB signal, it always
sets the KRP's input to RGB(0-255), even when the signal is actually RGB(16-235).Here is Pioneer's entertaining reponse to my question regarding this issue:Me:
"There is a bug in the current KRP-x00M firmware: When the HDMI input is set to "Auto", the monitor incorrectly detects RGB(16-235) input signals as RGB(0-255). Are there any plans to provide a firmware update to fix this issue?"Pioneer:
"If input signal is RGB and "RGB RQ" is "Default" in case of Video=Auto,PDP distinguishes as PC connection and sets to RGB(0-255). Therefore, it does not match with STB output, RGB (16-235). Or you can change the signal setting of STB from RGB to YCbCr
or YPbPr? If it is possible to change to YCbCr or YPbPr (Color difference signal), PDP sets RGB 16-235.This is based on specification as follows. As you know, manual is also mentioning to set signal type other than AUTO when the picture is not displayed correctly and it is within intention of specification. Please ask customer to change PDP setting to RGB(16-235)."