Originally Posted by Dovetails
A question if I may .... at this point it seems like we're hearing more about (the concerns with lack of color temp adjustment) ...... than we are hearing about what the actual picture
on the new 20s looks like.
With your experience with last years Kuro, IS there a reason to even be concerned about this issue or has Pio nailed the hard set temps on this years models? I understand this would be a little predicated on ones personal preferences, but for myself ... I currently have an older gen Panny and i've always set it to 'Normal' for my taste, not really likeing 'warm' or 'cool' for any viewing. So, for me, i quess i'm thinking that if Pio has hard set the color temp to a setting that is somewhere in the middle .... that should be a go for me
Perhaps it's a per-mode option for colour temp (like the other settings). I
like to get whiter whites once in a while (eg: hockey games) so I up the
colour temp from time to time. I'm kinda disappointed that this isn't quite
an option, but at the same time, I usually only use high colour temp in standard
mode anyhow. Standard seems to be the brightest, so perhaps Pioneer
decided to keep high colour temp in that mode. It might not be much of an
issue at all depending on how Pioneer sets the modes.