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post #13711 of 13720 Old 01-12-2017, 09:52 AM
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I believe I set it to limited RGB and did the same for my home theater PC. My HTPC outputs flashing bands appropriately from levels 17 to 234 so what ever I did it works :-)
The important thing is that the TV and the video source need to be set to the same standard.

Sometimes, I see dead pixels...
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I believe I set it to limited RGB and did the same for my home theater PC. My HTPC outputs flashing bands appropriately from levels 17 to 234 so what ever I did it works :-)
The important thing is that the TV and the video source need to be set to the same standard.

Flashing bands from 17 to 234? Now you lost me
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There are test patterns you can run that let you adjust brightness and contrast so that the dynamic range of the TV is used appropriately in displaying content. If you think of possible encoding of black levels as a scale from zero to 255, only 16 to 234 are typically used. So the test patterns include flashing bands encoded from 0 to 255, and we adjust things until 17-234 flash. 0-16 should stay black and above 234 stay white. If this isn't set properly you get black crush and other artifacts.

Sometimes, I see dead pixels...
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There are test patterns you can run that let you adjust brightness and contrast so that the dynamic range of the TV is used appropriately in displaying content. If you think of possible encoding of black levels as a scale from zero to 255, only 16 to 234 are typically used. So the test patterns include flashing bands encoded from 0 to 255, and we adjust things until 17-234 flash. 0-16 should stay black and above 234 stay white. If this isn't set properly you get black crush and other artifacts.


Aaah ok that one I have used before on another set, thank you.
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The vertical band is there to stay it seems. Hoped it was burn in at first but now I am pretty sure its not. I have been haunted by this damn vertical banding since I sold my Pioneer 507 plasma. I have tried 7 different LED screens and 3 OLED screens and they all had it. So I refered back to the only safe tech I know of : Plasma. But what do I get? Vertical effing banding............................
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Is it normal for the P65ST60 to have these green pixels in it when looking at it close? If this not the norm, how can I correct this? These screen shots were taking while my xbox one S was updating for the first time.

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Is that an all black background? If it's all black then you should not have any dancing pixels. Make sure your brightness is set correctly for your source. Use the free disks out there like AVSHD709 or GCD. Set black to where the black clipping pattern 16 is invisible and 17 is visible. The key is to make sure 16 is invisible.
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Hi!

Just bought a Panasonic ST60 in mint condition, however now I have noticed a vertical band on the right from the middle of the set. Didint bother to check for this before as I didnt think plasma suffered from vertical banding. I guess I have to live with it? Also there is line bleed, is that normal?


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One way to check for line bleed is use the green movie trailers ratings screen pause it and look for the line bleed usually it's horizontal.Find them on the movie trailers from Blu-rays.
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I get green pixels too, but I can actually see them from 10 feet away. It's usually there when it's first turn on and trying warm up. I think those are the sub pixels from the screenshots?
This is normal when first turning on the TV. It goes away right away. If you have the brightness on your set setup correctly then you should not see it in black bars for movies or a full black blackground. AVSHD709 or GCD calibration disk. Black clipping pattern, set Brightness so that 16 is invisible and not flashing, 17 is visible and flashing.
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Don't adjust green cut. Leave your white balance controls at default. Use the mentioned patterns to adjust your brightness control.
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anyone know what 6 blink code means? I can run the TV 24/7 no problems as soon as I start the PAINT APP and start drawing TV shuts off and red light starts to blinks 6 times

unplug and plug back in again TV turns on everything works fine but when I open PAINT APP as soon as I start to draw TV shuts off red light blinks 6 times


http://www.diyforums.net/blink-codes...-tvs-1515.html

"6 blinks: Driver SOS 1 SU / SD / SC Boards(SC energy recovery circuit)"

this lists two or three boards how to know which one is the problem

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