I'm going to do a software restore tonight and see if it solves the netflix issue. I'm holding off sending the unit back this week now. After reading in this thread about IR on LB films I'm not sure I want to play the lottery. My current screen exhibits zero IR or burn in and only one stuck blue pixel. Not bad for an Oct 2013 unit which was ex demo. I have a 5 year store warranty as well so I should be covered.
On a side note.. Sin City was made for this TV and 5.1 surround sound. I had friends over to watch it and they asked to do a fortnightly move night at mine having been so impressed by it.
As long as there is no tinting of course.
Cogito ergo sum makes a fundamental mistake because it ignores the implied existence of the narrator. Descartes might as well have said "A rose is red, therefore I am".
I'm new to all of this so not sure what you mean by tinting. All the colours (or lack of in this films case) were perfect.
I'm excited what to watch next. Probably Avatar.
Getting an oled TV and Dolby True HD surround sound has absolutely blown me away.
I did a dead/stuck pixel test last night and only found one stuck/dead pixel on the whole set! I was shocked.
If I turn the brightness up too high I can see small white star like dots but these do not appear in any colour slides or when used in normal viewing.
I also have zero IR or Burn In. I can use the screen as a monitor for gaming and video use. I wouldn't use it for Office work obviously so can't comment on that.
So all in all I'm very happy.
I was extremely frustrated by that fact that there seems to be an auto dimming effect that is most noticeable while gaming on the PS3 & PS4 . I updated to the latest firmware, I turned the eco feature on then back off again. I turned off local dimming as well (I eventually turned off every setting). I even tried pressing the mute and volume buttons (I found that suggestion in a search of this thread).
I'm at a loss.
I even tried setting the picture to vivid. However, when I did this 2D (in game wait screens) looked vivid, but then when game-play started it looked very dull again. It's almost as if the anti-IR protection is working backwards.
Has anyone seen this? Is this normal, or did I get a bad one?
Would game mode possibly have a built in setting so ABL would not come on while the game is active?
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I'm using software version 05.09.02
I've tried the different settings under LG Logo Light and while I can get the light to be off while the set is on, it won't turn it off when the set itself is off. It's in the bedroom and a real nuisance.
If someone else with a 9800 can let me know if they too are using the latest software and if it works properly or not I'd appreciate it. Thx
I still get the cloudiness with certain settings and a very near black signal, but I need to recalibrate since adding the firmware update.
THX setting looks better to me than it used to as well.
Note, I have the 8800 and posted this in that thread too, but there are more 9800s, and I expect the firmware results to be the same.
I do have one issue. If I turn everything on with my harmony, my audio does not sync unless I shut the TV off and then restart. I remember having to re-order my turn on order after prior firmware update and now suspect I have to change the order again (probably back) to fix this. I do have a Darbee in the chain, and that is probably the cause of it.
This is probably a really stupid question, but I have a new pioneer sc-85 receiver and now every time I try to show a fully black screen it's a fairly light shade of grey.
Could this be because of cheap HDMI cables or more likely a setting? I'm not sure what cheapo HDMI cable I'm using from the pioneer, could replace if it's necessary.
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