I am currently planning out acoustic treatments for my semi-dedicated HT.
My 128" CIH screen has forced me to place my L/R speaker within 12" of the side wall. I am going to treat this area and was thinking of going with 4" panels.
Will this be an issue or do the panels essentially remove the boundary effect of the wall?
I will try to get some. I just tried with my iPad and it looks awful so I will have to get out my camera. However there are several screen shots on this forum that are basically the same thing.
I don't have any masking on the sides and don't really notice it. My ceiling and wall behind the screen are flat black. My walls are a medium beige. So reflected light isn't that bad. I planned on getting motorized curtains to mask the sides, but sound treatments are my...
The uniformity issues were similar to those picture in this thread. Some of the screen has a reddish cast and the other half had a greenish cast....agin only visable on a pure white screen and some BW movies.
Actually the over all picture seems nicer now that the bulb has some hours on it. The blacks seem a little better.
I hooked up my 8000 in July and have 300 hours on it. I just cought up with the last 4 pages of this thread and thought I would post my experiences.
At about 200 hours I started noticing the color uniformity issues....not real bad but there. I had to have a white screen or black and white move (where it was still hard to find).
Wierd thing is that the uniformity issues seemd to have dissapeared! I have no explanation for it, but they are 99% gone.
I watch 3d one...
As a owner of a AE 8000U who sees very slight panel uniformity issues this recent discussion worries me.
That said, I bought from PP (In Jan though I just set it up in July) and my previous experience with Panasonic CS was oustanding.
I had a plasma from 2007 that started to get a yellow halo effect that is hard to discribe. The problem started in 2010 outside the warranty. I called Panasonic and they told me to have a local certified tech look at it.. He did and they...
I think it was uncompressed Dolby 7.1 I'm away on business but the movie was Cars 2. I don't believe I was hearing the rear channels on any source except for when I used my PS3.
The receiver said DTS when I selected "Direct" and chose 7.1 discrete in the set up menu of the disc
I'm hoping someone can help me here.
I have a Panny DMP-BDT220 hooked up via HDMI to my SC 68 running a 7.1 system. When the output of the BD player is set to bitream, the reciever will not process 7.1. Only when I send the signal PCM do my rear surrounds have sound. Why isnt the reciever processing the signal?