Originally Posted by kuwxman
First off, let me apologize about the crappy nature of the pictures (1st pic is the worst). I'm relegated to using my cell phone currently for pictures.
Heh, don't mean to come down on you, I really appreciate the pics (specially the NBC one, with the white lines; now I know what to look for), but really, you just spent almost $1.5k on a TV and yet don't have a digital camera?
Still, thanks for the pics. Think of it this way, I may have a digital camera, but you HAVE the TV.
Originally Posted by jpconard
Normally TVs overscan, I'm not sure this one is. Less overscan is better for picture quality but shows these issues.
I could get rid of it by shifting hor. pos. to 26 (from 32 default), but then some stations showed lines on the right, so it may require increasing Hor. size. I didn't try that yet.
I remember when the GV47 came out and some of the first buyers reported a bit of overscan, hopefully this new gen Vizio's got has better panels.
I haven't looked at the manual, but does the TV allow for horizontal setting?
Originally Posted by tvset
something about AOC
You can't compare AOC.
Originally Posted by Bumpermankc
The HDMI adapters were $19.99 & the component adapters were $3.00 ea. You might find them cheaper somewhere else. I wish the HDMI adapters were a little cheaper but they are very good quality & they are adjustable 0 to 90 deg.
Did you try monoprice for the 90 deg adapters? But since yours are adjustable, maybe they are more expensive then regular ones.
I would post some pictures, but I'm not really sure how to add the pics to a post
As for posting images, I don't think you can with few posts. I really would like to see some pics, specially of the set's image with and w/o flash (I can't believe I'm still bugging for this, three posts already!
). If anything, just a nice front, sides and rear shots.
If you want, I'd be happy to post them for you here, just email at cariocafl AT gmail DOT com