Originally Posted by Mac13
Astro what all did you do to your display? You just reset the two logs or did you mess with some of the voltages? Did you get any sparkles? Thanks and keep us posted on how your set settles in
I just did the two resets. After the POF command, I switched off the TV from the power socket. Turned it ON and took note to see if I could see anything abnormal on the picture.
I then checked the greyscale (video input only) and check if there is a colour cast on the screen. Fortunately, I could not determine any drifts from 10IRE to 100IRE. All good! 0IRE was just errr... BLACK!
I also went and did some test from 100IRE to 0IRE to see if there are any sparkles on the black screen. Fortunately, nothing! So for me, I'll leave it as it is!
The reset seems as some might have mentioned already into fooling the system/panel that the TV is brand new. So therefore, it is probably wise to let things settle in and then check the calibration once the set has had some hours into it.
If I did encounter any issues, then I'd play around with VOL RST P.
Overall, I truly believe Pioneer made this KURO technology legendary.
NB: I wouldn't have bothered resetting the panel, but I was disappointed with my MLL of 0.003! I wanted KURO black level! I simply gave it a shot and presto... BLACK level is back to where it should be. KURO that is!
If I did ruin my Kuro, at least for me the Pioneer Service centre is not too far away. I would have called them to check and recalibrate the service menu settings.