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Here's what I'm running: http://www.fluance.com/product/SXHTB...tem.eng-9.html I have this as my Sub: http://www.jbl.com/estore/jbl/us/pro.../ES250P_JBL_US So I'm a dummy when it comes to setting up my crossovers. What should I be doing? Currently, I have them all set to 60hz. Is that where they should be?
I have a Kenwood Mono-D amp and two Infinity 12" 1262w subs. Should I be using this type of amp for those and how should I set these up?
What exactly does this firmware do?
Long time, no post! So I kept my TV. Sharp fixed all the issues I had with the screen (clouding, yadda yadda). Enabling that Energy saving crap fixed it. I never came back to post due to me finally enjoying the set. The TV updated yesterday though to like 300xxxxxxxxx firmware. Anyone know what this did?
I'm thinking of selling this TV with my glasses. That stupid flashlighting effect is really annoying. It seems like everything I watch that has a black image, it's there. Not only that, now it's starting to have a light bleeding effect from the sides. To me, that's garbage quality and I shouldn't have to just put up with it. I've had the TV for three weeks now, and I don't know what else to do. I'm contacting Sharp to ask them what to do tomorrow. My last TV had a...
I'm using:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0041UBZVS I'm roughly 8-9 feet away from the TV. I have the Tim Burton's Alice coming soon, and a few others. I hope to be able to review the set a little more.
I finally got to watch a 3D movie, Tron Legacy, and wow. I love this TV movie. Lowering my backlight alone has fixed MOST of the clouding. Worth the trade imo.
I did some reading. The flashlight/clouding effect seems to be removed if you "rub out" the area. http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1211217 I tried this, and it helped a little bit. That or I'm crazy. I also lowered the backlight to -6 (wait 30 minutes - you're eyes will adjust to it), and the contrast from OPs movie settings to 32. This gave me a more proper white scale which was blending with 94% white and 100% white. For clouding I haven't noticed it...
I don't see it all the time. AS a matter of fact, it seems to be only when there's a really pitch dark scene that it pops up. I'm going to see if I can remove it from being so noticeable. I'll try and take some screens of it later. Just be warned, again, my camera sucks.I did notice one new thing with the TV that I didn't yesterday. Playing Crysis 2 without 3D on, and turned the motion feature to 60hz (or motion enhancement to off). With this off, there's trailing issues...
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