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Originally Posted by John Kish View Post

Damn, it's tiny!

Yea, those pics suck. The originals must have been too big to download. So I E-mailed to myself, saved them to my pics and then took a shot at it. If anyone wants to take a shot at posting them I can E-mail them to you. Just drop me a PM and I will forward them on.
post #152 of 3822
What size TV is that next to the 70"er in your garage pics? Also, where did you pick yours up?
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The one on the left is a 42, the one on the right is a 40. There is also a 47 out there, but it's way out of frame on the other side of the bar.

Got it at Sears last Friday
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Wow on the 42" on the left side of your new set. That gives it a whole new perspective. I'm moving up from a 37" to the 70", so the increase in acreage looks great !!
post #156 of 3822
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Wow on the 42" on the left side of your new set. That gives it a whole new perspective. I'm moving up from a 37" to the 70", so the increase in acreage looks great !!

Yea, that's why I thought those kind of pics would be good. So everyone could get an idea of scale.
post #157 of 3822
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Originally Posted by Vcolassi View Post

Upload them on Tinypic.com you can resize them. Choose message board 640x480. Once you upload them copy and paste the line that says code for message boards. Or you can email them to me and i will do it for you at icolassi@yahoo.com. I am dying to see this bad boy! I just bought the 60" version. And i thought i had the large set lol.

JohnsonBrewer is gonna take a crack at it. Thanks. Anyone has got to be better at this than I am ! But if he has trouble I'm sure you will be hearing from one of us !!!! lol
post #158 of 3822
It's best to establish an account at any free Image Hosting Site and upload to their site and then right click and copy the url destination properties and paste into an image post here, (that's how I posted the full size Pic of the 70" below from SharpUSA) that way you avoid sizing limits here as you have no hosting size limits since the image resides there not in the forum even though it will be visible here in it's full size and quality.

Sometimes hosts will have you establish a gallery and you end up linking the gallery to your post here sometimes you end up with thumbnails that go full size and others let you link to the full size and it has no impact on the Forum sizing limits.

There are dozens of hosting sites --- like ImageShack..

http://www.findimagehost.com/
http://photobucket.com/
http://imageshack.us/

post #159 of 3822
Picked one up today at Brandsmart in South Florida. This thing is huge. Will post some pics once she is up on the wall.
post #160 of 3822
Here ya go Rockaway . Wow what a sweet man cave! I cant wait to have my own. The sharp 70" looks sweet. Too bad that Jets blanket is in the sight of view! LOL.







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[quote=Vcolassi;20268065]Here ya go Rockaway . Wow what a sweet man cave! I cant wait to have my own. The sharp 70" looks sweet. Too bad that Jets blanket is in the sight of view! LOL.



Thanks for the helping hand. That's three 60x80 Jet blankets spring clamped to the garage door. They help a great deal with insulation when I have to close the door because it's too hot or cold. Just found some Yankee blankets the same size. Im going to put them together with the Jet blankets and just turn them around for each season. Just need to find some dark blue spring clamps. But enough of that I have wandered way off topic !
post #162 of 3822
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Originally Posted by polarbare View Post

Nope. This was last nite - I turned off all the lights/computers just to make sure. I'll recheck tonite and post pics.

OK, I waited for total darkness and did it again. Now I can see what you are talking about. It's there, no doubt about it. I then checked a few other TVs around the house. Sony, Westinghouse, Vizio, Samsung, and my other Sharp. They all had it to one degree or another. I don't think it's a big deal. Maybe because this beast is so big it just stands out more ?
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Thread Starter 
rockaway1836, so what kinda car gets to watch those tv's
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post

rockaway1836, so what kinda car gets to watch those tv's

Every now and again I allow my 2005 EZ-G0 in there to be charged up!!
post #166 of 3822
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Originally Posted by rockaway1836 View Post
OK, I waited for total darkness and did it again. Now I can see what you are talking about. It's there, no doubt about it. I then checked a few other TVs around the house. Sony, Westinghouse, Vizio, Samsung, and my other Sharp. They all had it to one degree or another. I don't think it's a big deal. Maybe because this beast is so big it just stands out more ?
Just so other have an idea of what we're talking about

This was taken at iso 400, and pretty close to what you see with the naked eye without any input to the TV



This was taken at iso 1600 - just highlights the above



Important - I have not noticed any issue while watching regular programming, but I haven't watched much material with really dark scenes as of yet. I'm just posting this to see if this is the norm, or if my set is a bit out of whack...

FYI - backlight was at 4, contrast at 23, brightness 0, OPC off
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I do however get some corner flash lighting in the corners if i catch it right. Granted i have to pause the Direct TV to catch it perfect. And i can promise you the camera over exaggerates the problem. It is not as "harsh" i should say in person. Here are to quick pics i snapped. First is of a hockey game with just the white ice in the back. And the 2nd i paused a Animal Planet banner. Keep in mind the animal planet pic its appose to have the black silhouette in the back round. Pay more attention to the 4 corners. The problem is just in the 4 corners about 1 1/2"s from the corners. It does not bother me in the least bit. Unless you look for it its not there in my opinion. The beautiful picture steals the show over that minor flaw. Like i said i had to look for a part in the NHL game to actually see the flash lighting.




post #169 of 3822
Gotta love the morning news weather lady's lol. Sorry if the color looks overblown i had it in "standard" picture mode on accident. So technically this is a uncalibrated picture

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Just for the Hell of it, I just went out and turned the TV on without a source. It's still dark enough out there with the doors closed and the sun on the other side if the house. It took a second but the clouding did show up. This time I watched for several seconds and it began to fade. Didn't go away all together, but faded to about half of what it was. While it does look strange, I still think it unimportant at this time.

As I said earlier I tested a few other TVs in the house most were traditional LCDs with one being an edge lit LED (the Samsung)) Had it not showed up on those also I would have some concerns.
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I played a bit of Casino Royale looking for fast motion blur. It looked oustanding
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I don't change a thing. I use the settings that I sent you for everything. I'm guessing Auto On takes care of it. It's a rare thing for me to watch a movie out there. When the wife and I do have time to sit down together it's usually in the living room. Nowadays it seems that we have less and less time to even do that. She is working days, I am working nights, she is off on weekends, I am off during the week. I have had a couple of BDs from Netflix sitting on the coffee table for over 6 weeks.
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I changed very little in the settings. This is works for me. It most likley won't work for most due to my lighting situation
AUTO ON
OPC OFF
COLOR +10
TINT -4
I don't recall turning OPC off, I think the settings turned it off on their own
post #178 of 3822
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Originally Posted by Vcolassi View Post

Mine has some as well when i do the same thing. Ill dig up some pics i took the other night in darkness. But it does not seem to effect the picture quality at all. I had a LG & 2 Samsungs. They all had the same problems. Its common on edge lit sets. Only thing that matters is if it effects the picture. Which in my case does not.

Are saying this is an edge lit set? It is advertised as a full array backlit set.
post #179 of 3822
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Originally Posted by ehlarson View Post

Are saying this is an edge lit set? It is advertised as a full array backlit set.

It is full array
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Originally Posted by rockaway1836 View Post

It is full array

Yeah I was going to ask/react about this. The problems cited are not due to edge lighting, but to the lack of local dimming. Local dimming goes a long way to eliminating most of these issues.

You guys should watch some 2.35:1 blu rays, both dark stuff like the latest batman or the like, and light stuff. And check to see if you spot any corner flash lighting in the black letterbox. If not then, then you'll likely never see it in practice.
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