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post #1 of 2 Old 12-05-2011, 06:43 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi all, I have had my 46S10A for just over two years, and use it primarily for FTA (Australia) and via HDMI with my HTPC. I am very happy with the picture quality and performance, and have had it calibrated in conjunction with ATI CC settings thru my HTPC. BluRay's look great and FTA is good too, but just during the last 2 weeks I have found people have been able to enter the SM and do further adjustments to the colour and gamma.
I have done a fair bit of reading and feel confident that I can implement these change to get an even better picture.
However, the one thing I am unsure of is the value in the EEPROM for line 40, sixth value (is this different to the value change quoted in German forums as it is an Australian TV?), and if so how can I then unlock the Advanced Picture Settings for my TV? I would be grateful for any help or direction, as I see this change being something that will keep me happy with my TV for the next few years until there is a proper breakthrough in glassless 3D
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Nevermind, found it out myself
Makes the TV like a new one again

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