Originally Posted by mkoss
I didn't notice the settings for color sat,tint,and sharpness disappearing when I used the monoprice. I will look again. I run the vip and monoprice in parallel with the HDFury2 acting as a 2nd input via component. I need to set up my new switcher to do this saving the HDFury2 for 60 Hz viewing.
With my new setup I can easily set it up so that the VIP and monoprice are in parallel. My Monoprice HDMI 5x1 switcher works great so I can place that on the Acer input and switch in 5 different sources if i want. My HDMI splitter works great on the output of my Duo too so i can feed both processors at the same time.
I just hate having another set of glasses and that I can't use all of them at the same time. the RF glasses look wonderful with Bluray 3D. Colors look perfectly balanced. I use Movie mode. Up the contrast to 50 and lower the saturation to 45. The color of fire looks just right set to 45. Even though the Acer is a little over saturated its balanced across all colors. Unlike my RS1 which is way off without my Duo to correct it. The blue menus on the Duo look purple or more towards magenta without the CMS engaged on the Duo. The Duo is a nice VP for the price.
Update: Also with my 3D bluray/VIP setup I use the same red, green and blue setting on the Acer while in Nvidia 3D mode with the Movie mode when 3D is turned off. That way i can use all the different modes. The Nvidia color settings look very good with the RF glasses.