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post #12601 of 12603 Old 09-01-2014, 07:06 AM
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Can anyone think of why my pro720 is plenty bright when watching cable but when I try to watch hulu through my ps3 the picture is very very dark.
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I would ask on the PS3 thread.

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Many players have a Brighter/Darker election, which allows for matching up that player to your other sources, for similar light levels. If your PS3 has one, set it to Brighter.

If your optics were crystal clear, it would be easier to see shadow detail on both. Unless you have cleaned your optics or had them cleaned - including the deeper optics on your model - since new, they are so dirty you would not believe the difference once clean again.

Contact me if you want it done right and absolutely safely. Those optical surfaces are plastic - very very soft - and once damaged cannot be saved.


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