Originally Posted by 2K8CivicSI
So are we leaning towards the idea that the EX700 does in fact use the UV2A panel?
I am very impressed with this TV. The 120hz feature, at first seemed to make things look fake, and give images a weird live action look. Honestly? Right now, I have a hard time realizing it's on. Maybe my eyes have grown used to viewing images like that? Does that even make sense?
My GF is an art student, and all she kept saying was how the 120hz feature makes the image looks cheesy. Now even she noticed she has a hard time noticing when it's on.
Ah well, it looks good, that's all that matters. I usually turn it off for most movies anyway. It definitely made Wall-E look much better with it on. Gaming is also great with the feature on.
Now in terms of that Ambient Light Control thing - I turned it off for the first time yesterday and noticed the screen get MUCH brighter. I had to turn the brightness down to 2 to compensate. I think it's made the image look better. Does it make sense to keep this off? I know I have to do a good calibration still, but maybe some general thoughts?
From what i've read over on AVForums (european eq. of this site)
they have been debating the UV2A thing with new Phillips models that are using this same panel apparently.
according to users over there you cannot tell if its UV2A based on the type of Matrix used in the display and X-Gen may or may not mean it uses UV2A in the manufacturing process, its all pretty fuzzy still
MetalAlien, if your interested in input lag on your new TV and have a Computer with dual outputs perhaps i can talk you into performing some input lag tests on your new TV, I'd love to find out if its faster than the S-PVA panels with input lag. I hope it is
instructions on how to perform the test are in the thread in my signature