Originally Posted by videobruce
Yours does exibit more overscan that mine. Not much you can do about it unfortunately.Electronics 101; thermal problem. As electronics warms up, thing change, sometimes for the worse (in your case). That's where 'Freeze It' type of sprays come in handy, to isolate thermal problems.
That 1st pattern was what I was looking for. That slight 'false contouring' I see in the blue from the 1st image, is that what you see in person, or is that the camera?
How long was the set on when the 2nd shot was taken of that same pattern?
It could be the DMD itself, or the DM PWB. Those would be my first gueses.
Thank you for your response. I really appreciate your time. If you ever have issues with mountain bike/suspension tuning, I'm your guy
I'm glad to hear that you think that it is a board issue...they are much cheaper and easier to find. What it the DM PWB?
By slight "false contouring" you mean the dip in the middle of the screen shot?...or the transition into a lighter almost white cloud on the right of the screen.
Either way, yes my TV picture expands very slightly from left to right and appears to "dip" in the middle (only when viewing straight lines, though). I was not able to balance that out, but it doesn't seem to affect the quality except when viewing the on screen cable guide or patterns with perfectly straight lines.
The TV was on for about 10-15 mins and I was pretty amazed at how much it had degraded in the test pattern mode. It does not appear that 'bad' when viewing programs. As far as the "fade-to-white", yes, I see that too; although, it's slightly exaggerated by the camera. The second test pattern is more what I'm experiencing with the degradation of PQ. Very grainy, pixilated, and digitized. The furthest thing from a sharp image when viewing mostly solid colors with light shadows.