Anyone know yet if the proper way to turn off keystone correction with the 73737 is to hit the 0 key in the service menu and select Manual alignment?
On the 73736 I had for a few weeks, 0 in the service menu brought up the same type of menu, but the option was actually called Keystone Correction.
Everyone said without turning off Keystone Correction, the television wouldn't be displaying true 1080p at 1:1 pixel mapping. Both the 73736 and 73737 fail the 1:1 test on the Blu-ray DVE with default settings.
The method I described seemed to fix the 1:1 pixel test on the DVE Blu-ray like the Keystone option did on the 73736, but I'm not as knowledgable on this stuff as the other folks on here.
Any help would be appreciated.
The service menu is tiny now in comparison to the options on the 736's.
I'm using the advanced calibration picture mode, and I'm very happy with the picture. I just wish I knew exactly how to use the Red High, Red Low settings...etc.
Another funny thing about this compared to the 736. The 73736 clipped below black information when using a test Pluge. The Samsung HL67A650 did not...below black could be seen when maxing contrast/brigtness settings. The 73737 also shows below black information...strange. Not sure why the 73736 clipped it, but I'm glad the 73737 doesn't clip it. Not sure if its a direct result, but dark night demonstration scenes on the DVE Blu-ray that had noise in the night sky on the 736 and the Sammy are almost completely absent of noise on the 73737. (night scenes in Times Square, the night bridge shot, and the fountain at night look great). Dark gaming like Call of Duty 4 on Xbox 360 was very difficult to see on the Sammy...its incredible on the 737. I can see a person that's a mile away on the map because the PQ is so good and on a 73" screen, what would be a 1/2 inch dark spot on a 19" monitor is a 7.5 inch tall enemy.