Originally Posted by bouhhan
all you have to do is select the isf mode you want for every resolution. you don't need to copy the isf settings for every resolution. i asked d-nice the same question when he calibrated my set.
Is it really set up this way? I had the Oppo set to Source Direct, so most Blu-ray discs come out at 1080p/24. I did play one regular DVD earlier in the day (Brian Setzer's Christmas Extravaganza
) and noticed the picture looked absolutely horrible - lots of ringing around most objects. The 141's info button showed it receiving a 480i signal (& ISF-Day), which makes sense due to the Oppo's Source Direct mode.
When I changed the Oppo's output resolution to 1080p, the PQ was greatly improved on the 141, which showed it now receiving a 1080p signal (& ISF-Day). The ringing around objects was greatly diminished. Not sure if this is proof that the Oppo's upscaling abilities trumps that of the 141? Or if I need to input the same 1080p/24 ISF settings for all other input signals?
Since this is my first DVD played on the Oppo I wasn't sure what to expect. I'll have to go back thru this thread and see what settings Sillysally has his Oppo and 141 set for...
EDIT - btw, we have similar systems, with the Onkyo and Polk speakers - though I have the RTi70/CSi40/RCi80 line from a few gens back. At least I'm current with their microPro 3000 sub - I now enjoy a better "EMP burst" experience from Transformers 2!