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|Originally posted by jeremys
How many dead pixels do you have?
I have seen 3-4 stuck on blues. I don't know about any others. Not happy about them, but I can't see them past 1-2 feet. Maybe if it was for computer use, it would be more important to me.
|Originally posted by sawyer
Chuck and sorry:
My HDMI from the HD Tivo is doing the same thing.
It has a washed out 'purple haze' but even after making adjustments on the Sharp couldn't fix it.
I will try to make the 1080i to 720p and back change on the HD Tivo and hopefully it will re-sync.
I will HATE to have to do this everytime I turn on the set, though. I guess you guys may be right on a firmware adjustment.
|Originally posted by PhoenixScreen
Were you referring to me when you made the bad backlight comment? I don't think my issue was a bad backlight. It definitely looked like electronics. However, turning the unit off and then restarting it cleared the problem. If it reoccurs with any frequency, I'll be phoning. But.....one-time incidents are just a "shrug the shoulders" type of thing.
|Originally posted by markrubin
I am very impressed with the Sharp LC45GX6U
Yesterday had a few friends over watching NFL games in HD from SA3250 stb set for 1080i: the same signal was sent to a Fujitsu P63 plasma and the Sharp LC45GX6U via component video
All agreed the LC45 looked sharper and preferred the LCD picture: saw no motion lag issues ( quickshoot is set to ON by default in the menu)
this is my first experience with the new generation of 1920x1080 displays and I am very pleased :)
|Originally posted by wojtek
Mark, this is big coming from you, a long-time Fujitsu owner.
How do the LCD black levels compare to Fujitsu?
I know they are greyer, but are they passable to your discriminating eyes???
|Originally posted by ckelly33
Anybody have any experience using this TV with a standalone non-HD TiVo? I really want to wait to upgrade my Tivo until there is a HD 'TiVo' branded unit preferably with a CableCard interface. I was wondering, can you even use a standalone TiVo while using the CableCard in the TV? I haven't gotten my 45GX6U in yet but from the threads I have read, you just cannot do this without using a Cable Box. I'd really prefer not to use a Cable Box but I'd do it if it meant no TiVo. Also, I'd love to know that the upscaler in the AVS (or using an iScan HD/HD+) makes it bearable to watch SD TiVo on the 45GX6U. Thanks.
|Originally posted by Shadow Lord
So does anyone know if this problem with the HDMI HD-TIVO has been fixed as of yet or not? I asm thinking of getting this LCD but I would be connecting it to a Hughes HD-Tivo/DirecTV unit for sure so I want to make sure all is kosher before hand... Of course I can continue to hold out for the Qualia 005
|so has anyone had success in getting 1080p through the AVC|
|Pretty sure that 1080i is the best that's been reported on AVC inputs. And doing so isn't as good good a picture as it could be.|