Originally Posted by happy nightmares
Back to the Keystone Correction
, (or whatever it's being called now
Guys, I think all the information we need can be found in the various posts from Darin
regarding his '08 model, however the problem is we have not established for sure whether or not these new '09 models have the feature/process turned ON or OFF by default.
In order to make use of Darin's information, we must figure this out.
How shall we do that?
Here's some posts regarding the 2008 models:
Originally Posted by rosros
also do not forget to turn off the auto keystone, if you do not do this you will not get true 1:1 pixel mapping. click menu, type 2457, type 0, scroll down to manual keystone option, hit enter, hit enter, hit exit.
hope this helps.
Thanks very much.
Coincidentally I turned off auto keystone about a week ago and the resolution charts on the Blu-ray DVE show significant improvement.
Originally Posted by jdwk
Anyone achieve 1:1 pixel mapping with this TV going from HTPC via DVI->HDMI?
I was unable to do this with the 65835 at the store. Best I could do was a grey box with a checkerboard bitmap map.
I was wondering if there was some hidden setting I need to turn off/on, or if you need to use a specific HDMI port.
The only way I was able to get a decent PC image on my WD52725 was through VGA and the 60735 Mits is giving me doesn't have a VGA.
You have to turn off the electronic geometry control... but it will do it and do it well
Originally Posted by cid67
press menu 2457 than 0 than go into manual pin cushion adjustment. now press enter and exit out of the service menu. this should get you 1:1 pixel.
Ah! There you go.
2009 models (earlier in this thread):
Only for the keystone correction.
For my WD-73737
After menu 2-4-5-7, in the service menu I hit 0 to get to the keystone correction.
The option wasn't listed like it was on the 73736 I had, so I hit manual geometry set..or something to the sort, and then I hit enter.
When I exited the Service menu, the television was able to pass the 1:1 pixel test for 1920X1080p...it was failing it before hand, just as the WD-73736 had before turning off keystone correction.
Does anyone know if this is the proper way to set this??? I do notice a slight geometry issue in the top left corner now...only noticable in letterbox that the line curves slightly up towards to far left top.