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post #1261 of 1878
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Originally Posted by MisterXDTV View Post

I just wanted to thank everybody for this wonderful thread; I just got 40HX755 (European Model) and used TCruise settings to get the best picture, just incredible job. I only have one suggestion: In my opinion,
Color should be set to 55, i tried with various Blu-ray (The dark knight rises for example) and to get the right skin tones compared to screenshots on my PC; I had to change color to 55 otherwise they are too pale....

You are welcome . As for color settings its more like a user choise , some people might like 45 , others 50 , other 55 - unless you are using a calibration hardware and you want to " meet some specifications" .
Also colors are very dependant on the source ( for example as i said i use the TV connected to the PC -> nvidia has settings for digital Vibrance , hue and gamma , contrast , brightness - which i never change or touch because clipping and worsening the image will result .The only thing i touch on the pc is gamma calibration using Quickgamma ( free program that you can use to calibrate your gamma - if anyone wants some information on how to use that program , post a reply and i will provide it )
post #1262 of 1878
Yeah, PC is a different animal; I was talking about PS3 with Blu-ray; So you suggest leaving white balance at default level, right?

Right now I have (Shop Mode), Graphics scene: Brightness:47, Color 55, Sharpness 50, Contrast=100, Backlight= 7, Hue= 0, Temp= neutral
post #1263 of 1878
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Originally Posted by MisterXDTV View Post

Yeah, PC is a different animal; I was talking about PS3 with Blu-ray; So you suggest leaving white balance at default level, right?

Right now I have (Shop Mode), Graphics scene: Brightness:47, Color 55, Sharpness 50, Contrast=100, Backlight= 7, Hue= 0, Temp= neutral

Yes, you are right - i dont touch white balance , i do not have colorimeter and honestly i dont think any normal human being can do a proper white balance only with his eyes ( because if you put 2 TV`s one with a 6500K and one which is severely bluishly cold , the 6500K will look reddish and the cold tv will look more normal than it is ) . Another test if you watch a Blue image then switch to Yellow it will look Greenish , If you watch a Green image and switch to the Yellow image the same image will look reddish this time .
From what i seen on reviews even thought they advice different white balance settings for the same 55HX750 sets with one of the review was using Warm2 and General scene selection and the other Warm1 and General scene selection ( As i already shown with the images all HDMI sources that give 1080p should be set to GRAPHICS to have 1:1 pixel timing ( the timing of the signal be 1:1 to the timings of the actual LCD matrix timing ) ) and as i showed Neutral or Warm 1 or Warm 2 show different values in Graphics or General ( the general seem to be a bit colder than the Graphics ) . SO if you are not sure what you are doing , dont touch the white balance . Mine is left at the default and it seems perfect to the eyes . My settings are the same like you exepct Color - 50( i should try for games 55 might be much better) and Brightness i touch from 46-50 ( depending on the source and the content , some movies look perfect on 48 but some look better on 46 , and since i do not want to clip on the shadows i leave mine at 48 and if the movie ensist to have the brightness on 46 than i change it )- so i guess 47 is the perfect fit is you do not want to play with the remote. For backlight i get 6 for night and 8 for day time - 7 Is the perfect fit if you do not want to play with the remote .
Edited by tcruise7771 - 3/17/13 at 10:53pm
post #1264 of 1878
I jut settled for 52 for color, like in the CNET calibration settings...
post #1265 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

As i said i did the above test but seriously i don't see any banding ? Please help me see it wink.gif ( Note my tv is 55HX750 its not 65+"

Also keep in mind both of my sets have been 46". The first one had banding so bad it was present on still images even.
post #1266 of 1878
I've got the 55HX750 and have the settings pretty much where I want them. The question I have is are the settings the same for a Blu-ray 3D dvd as they are for regular HD television? The tv is on HDMI 1 and the Blu-ray player is HDMI 4. Thanks in advance for your help.
Edited by jrjones60 - 3/19/13 at 9:44am
post #1267 of 1878
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Originally Posted by gatorboi352 View Post

Also keep in mind both of my sets have been 46". The first one had banding so bad it was present on still images even.

your sets are HX750 or ? DO you have any pictures of the banding ? Because virtually every LCD has gradient banding even thought in some cases its almost impossible to be seen .
post #1268 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

your sets are HX750 or ? DO you have any pictures of the banding ? Because virtually every LCD has gradient banding even thought in some cases its almost impossible to be seen .

Yes 750s. I admit much of the time the banding that I see on my current set is minimal, and I only see it most of the time because it cannot be unseen once spotted. Without the image capturing technologies you have at your disposal, it would be rather tough for me to capture the banding occurring on my current set. The original set I had replaced for this one though I once had cell phone video footage of the banding it was so bad.

From what I understand about edge lit LED technology, banding is an unfortunate and unavoidable side effect, only distinguishable between varying degrees of severity per set. It appears the bigger the set, the more prone it is to visible banding. It also appears to be at the cost of aesthetics and allowing the TV to be thinner than any other sets on the market.
post #1269 of 1878
I decided to turn off every filter including black corrector, and advanced contrast. I decided to set gamma to -2 for best viewing. I think filters change the original output of the disc/broadcast way too much for my liking!
post #1270 of 1878
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Originally Posted by MisterXDTV View Post

I decided to turn off every filter including black corrector, and advanced contrast. I decided to set gamma to -2 for best viewing. I think filters change the original output of the disc/broadcast way too much for my liking!

Mister,

Why did you decide on -2 for gamma? Doesn't zero level out the the light and dark levels? Or something like that....
post #1271 of 1878
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Originally Posted by gatorboi352 View Post

Yes 750s. I admit much of the time the banding that I see on my current set is minimal, and I only see it most of the time because it cannot be unseen once spotted. Without the image capturing technologies you have at your disposal, it would be rather tough for me to capture the banding occurring on my current set. The original set I had replaced for this one though I once had cell phone video footage of the banding it was so bad.

From what I understand about edge lit LED technology, banding is an unfortunate and unavoidable side effect, only distinguishable between varying degrees of severity per set. It appears the bigger the set, the more prone it is to visible banding. It also appears to be at the cost of aesthetics and allowing the TV to be thinner than any other sets on the market.

Dude i just seen the kind of banding u were talking about ( like when you are watching a soccer game ) , but i seen it on an Acer notebook screen . I can say my HX750 and also my lenovo notebook has no such thing , watched like 10 times after i saw it on the acer ( there it looked so hedious like a rainbow shaking ) .
post #1272 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

Dude i just seen the kind of banding u were talking about ( like when you are watching a soccer game ) , but i seen it on an Acer notebook screen . I can say my HX750 and also my lenovo notebook has no such thing , watched like 10 times after i saw it on the acer ( there it looked so hedious like a rainbow shaking ) .

I Watch a lot of movies on Blu-ray: I started at -1 Gamma as Tcruise suggested but it was too bright for my liking; brightness was already at 47, I think gamma -2 looks fine...
post #1273 of 1878
Could I have bad inputs on my TV?

I've had my cable box connected to HDMI 2, and my Bluray player to HDMI 1. As you've probably read in this thread, I've never really had what I think is the picture quality I should have, even trying many of the settings posted in this thread.

Today, I was going try new settings, but rather than writing down what I already had, making adjustments, etc.. I decided to move the cable box to HDMI 3. WOW. Even at default settings, it looked great! Blacks were black, even pillar bars on 4x3 channels, colors are good, and its sharp and clear.

I decided to write those settings down, and try setting HDMI 2 the same way. I did, but the picture didn't look as good as when using HDMI3. HDMI2 looked washed out, and "hazy"?? (not sure how to describe it any other way).

While the bluray player looks pretty good for movies, with various tweaked settings, I haven't plugged the cable box in there (HDMI1). I didn't want to mess with those settings yet.

The cable box in HDMI 4 (with the same settings) looks almost as good as when using HDMI 3, and certainly better than HDMI2 using the same settings.

Since HDMI3 looks great, and HDMI 4 looks nearly as good, Is it possible there is just something wrong with HDMI2?
post #1274 of 1878
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Originally Posted by Mark_Venture View Post

Could I have bad inputs on my TV?

I've had my cable box connected to HDMI 2, and my Bluray player to HDMI 1. As you've probably read in this thread, I've never really had what I think is the picture quality I should have, even trying many of the settings posted in this thread.

Today, I was going try new settings, but rather than writing down what I already had, making adjustments, etc.. I decided to move the cable box to HDMI 3. WOW. Even at default settings, it looked great! Blacks were black, even pillar bars on 4x3 channels, colors are good, and its sharp and clear.

I decided to write those settings down, and try setting HDMI 2 the same way. I did, but the picture didn't look as good as when using HDMI3. HDMI2 looked washed out, and "hazy"?? (not sure how to describe it any other way).

While the bluray player looks pretty good for movies, with various tweaked settings, I haven't plugged the cable box in there (HDMI1). I didn't want to mess with those settings yet.

The cable box in HDMI 4 (with the same settings) looks almost as good as when using HDMI 3, and certainly better than HDMI2 using the same settings.

Since HDMI3 looks great, and HDMI 4 looks nearly as good, Is it possible there is just something wrong with HDMI2?

I do believe the HDMI 2 is a different type of HDMI port than the other 3. Having said that, there shouldn't be any discernible difference in picture quality from that input to any of the other 3, barring all picture settings being the same of course.
post #1275 of 1878
Mark - try Home - Settings - display - Video input settings HDMI dynamic range and color matrix - u have probably diff settings for hdmi 2 and 3 thee . In my previous post i have explained it . HDMI 1 to 4 are all the same except one has audio out ARC option
post #1276 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

Mark - try Home - Settings - display - Video input settings HDMI dynamic range and color matrix - u have probably diff settings for hdmi 2 and 3 thee . In my previous post i have explained it . HDMI 1 to 4 are all the same except one has audio out ARC option
They are set the same. One of the posts I read, possibly yours, said something about the HDMI range setting and if it was set improperly could cause what sounded like I was seeing. Its default was auto, so I had tried changing it at one time and it didn't make a difference (for HDMI2), so I set it back to Auto. Same with the color matrix, when I changed it, I didn't notice any differences, so I put them back to the defaults of Auto.
post #1277 of 1878
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Originally Posted by Mark_Venture View Post

They are set the same. One of the posts I read, possibly yours, said something about the HDMI range setting and if it was set improperly could cause what sounded like I was seeing. Its default was auto, so I had tried changing it at one time and it didn't make a difference (for HDMI2), so I set it back to Auto. Same with the color matrix, when I changed it, I didn't notice any differences, so I put them back to the defaults of Auto.

If you are within the first year of owning the set I would just call Sony at this point.
post #1278 of 1878
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Originally Posted by Mark_Venture View Post

They are set the same. One of the posts I read, possibly yours, said something about the HDMI range setting and if it was set improperly could cause what sounded like I was seeing. Its default was auto, so I had tried changing it at one time and it didn't make a difference (for HDMI2), so I set it back to Auto. Same with the color matrix, when I changed it, I didn't notice any differences, so I put them back to the defaults of Auto.

Also you can have set the wrong color matrix , but as i said all 4 HDMI ports are the same . The problem is in your presets - like the two option i mentioned above , scene selection , or picture settings . As the HDMI is a DIGITAL input , there is no way a port to gone bad and still give you any image at all . You will either have a picture or no picture . I also use HDMI 2 and HDMI 3 and i see no difference between the two even if i do a macro shot on the pixels and subpixels with a qualty camera .
post #1279 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

Also you can have set the wrong color matrix , but as i said all 4 HDMI ports are the same . The problem is in your presets - like the two option i mentioned above , scene selection , or picture settings . As the HDMI is a DIGITAL input , there is no way a port to gone bad and still give you any image at all . You will either have a picture or no picture . I also use HDMI 2 and HDMI 3 and i see no difference between the two even if i do a macro shot on the pixels and subpixels with a qualty camera .

I'm inclined to agree with this.

Aaron
post #1280 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

Also you can have set the wrong color matrix , but as i said all 4 HDMI ports are the same . The problem is in your presets - like the two option i mentioned above , scene selection , or picture settings . As the HDMI is a DIGITAL input , there is no way a port to gone bad and still give you any image at all . You will either have a picture or no picture . I also use HDMI 2 and HDMI 3 and i see no difference between the two even if i do a macro shot on the pixels and subpixels with a qualty camera .
If it truly is a settings issue, then I've missed something because comparing every setting I can, they are set the same, yet I see this picture quality difference.

I've set HDMI Dynamic Range to Auto (I had tried FULL at one point). I've adjusted HDMI Color Matrix to be Auto, (at one point had tried Custom with 480i - ITU601, 480p - ITU601, 1080i - ITU709, 720p - ITU709, 1080p - ITU709) per one of the earlier posts in this thread. I've set Scene select to the same (AUTO) when on each of the inputs. I've gone under Options -> Picture -> and set Picture Mode to the same (standard), and went line by line on those screens setting them the same. Still HDMI2 looks poor in comparison.

Initially, when I had the poor picture quality, I concentrated on HDMI Dynamic Range due to your saying... You can easy know the difference if you chosen the wrong settings for example your Source is outputting Limited and your tv is set to FULL - the full blacks ( for example movie black bars on top and bottom ) will look like gray and everything will look like through a fog , very pale and lacking contrast . in this post -> http://www.avsforum.com/t/1400263/official-sony-kdl-46hx750-kdl-55hx750-owners-thread/1080#post_23026065 Unfortunatly changing this setting didn't fix it for me with HDMI2.

But one thing doesn't add up. Why did I see poor picture quality out of the box? Had the cable box hooked to HDMI 2 out of the box looked as good as it did when moving it to HDMI 3 I probably wouldn't have spent time messing with any settings at all, other than maybe turning off the Motionflow and CineMotion.

Since its possible its just a settings difference, is there an easy way to reset the TV back to "out of box" defaults for ALL OPTIONS?

Either way, I don't need all the HDMI ports on the TV, and the solution of using HDMI 3 for the cable box, and HDMI1 for the Bluray now is fine, I'm just curious.
Edited by Mark_Venture - 3/22/13 at 9:12am
post #1281 of 1878
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Originally Posted by HaRd2BeAr View Post

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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

Also you can have set the wrong color matrix , but as i said all 4 HDMI ports are the same . The problem is in your presets - like the two option i mentioned above , scene selection , or picture settings . As the HDMI is a DIGITAL input , there is no way a port to gone bad and still give you any image at all . You will either have a picture or no picture . I also use HDMI 2 and HDMI 3 and i see no difference between the two even if i do a macro shot on the pixels and subpixels with a qualty camera .

I'm inclined to agree with this.

Aaron


I am with you Aaron and that is I have to agree as well.
post #1282 of 1878
"I've set Scene select to the same (AUTO) when on each of the inputs. " Try Graphics scene selection . Also step 4 From below. If it still havent helped then Best would be Home - System settings - Factory Settings .

Then you can try using my settings as i stated .
1) Auto set up to be in Shop mode , then select Demo/E-Pop to be OFF
2) Select your input ( HDMI2/3/4 ) and then Scene selection set to Graphics ( if you are at 1080p otherwise if you have 1080i cable tv input select General ( unless Graphics is avalable , normally for 1080i - Graphics mode is Grayd out and unavalable ) .
3) Then Home - Display - HDMI Range - set it to FULL ( sometimes auto responds badly to the input ) or Limited if you are certain your source uses 16-235 range. Also you can set the Color matrix as you stated Custom - 480i /p to ITU601 and 720p/1080i/1080p to ITU709 .
4) May be this is what was different for you ( i forgot to tell you to try it ) - Home - Display - Screen - > there Screen Format - FULL , Auto Format ON , 4:3 Default - Normal . and the imporant part is AUTO DISPLAY AREA - OFF and DISPLAY AREA - FULL PIXEL ) .
5) Picture settings - as i stated in my post : http://www.avsforum.com/t/1400263/official-sony-kdl-46hx750-kdl-55hx750-owners-thread/1080#post_23026065



You are missing something . When i bought the tv i couldnt understand why everytime i play a movie and stop it on the computer , caused the screen to flicker once ( blink ) just like if you have the scene to auto or when u change it , even thought it wasnt on auto - it turned out to be the HDMI range - AUTO , my video card NVIDIA was speaking with the tv to change the HDMI range , even thought the auto function always used FULL it was still flickering . I knew first i have fixed that , i didnt knew how , i thought it was the scene selection , but the problem continued . I play a movie screen flickers , i close it it flickers again . I even thought its cos of the firmware , i updated but after 3-4 hours of reseting factory settings , setting everything i remembered i touched the HDMI range to FULL ( when the tv was in the shop , and thats why it wasnt flickering there ) .

Tha TV is superb but i really hate the lack of specific information on what does each setting do .
post #1283 of 1878
tcruise7771,

Thank you. I don't think my post came across right. When I first got my TV, hooking the cable box to HDMI2 and watching TV, it didn't look as good as I expected, and even worse than my 40W5100. I had tried many settings that had been suggested in this thread, including retail mode with demo off, those in your recent post (because they are suggested in multiple other past posts in this thread) and even had tried the ones in the post you linked (same as I linked in post 1282). But nothing made it better.

So right now, I'm a little hesitant to try changing the settings on HDMI3 which looks pretty good with the cable box, despite being near factory settings. At the same time I'm now really considering trying to get the TV back to Factory Settings, to see if brings HDMI2 back in line with how HDMI3 and 4 look.

Then again, if I do anything right now, maybe I'll only adjust HDMI4's settings, since its starting point looks very very similar to HDMI3 which I like. If it doesn't improve, I'll move the box back to HDMI3 and live with it, since HDMI3 is looking very very good.
post #1284 of 1878
I just found out more info about the difference between Graphics and General scene selection . Graphics mode will use FULL 4:4:4 chroma , while General will use only 4:2:0 . Its not something new as information for me but i didnt knew they had a thread here for that

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1381724/official-4-4-4-chroma-subsampling-thread

So HX750 supports 4:4:4 with no subsample when you select Graphics in scene selection . ( Thought that has the most meaning for a TV connected to a PC input , still expensive bluray players do 4:2:0 ( the disk is recorded in 4:2:0 ) to 4:4:4 before they output it to the tv - so they will benefit too . Here if you remember the difference when displaying a text in the images in my previous post , another sample from the link i gave above giving the same results :

So again General Scene selection will use subsampling of 4:2:0 ( your cable satelite uses that , also the bluray disk is recorded with subsampling ) - BUT most qualty players do 4:2:0 to 4:4:4 before they output it to the TV - thats why Graphics scene selection should be used !
Also game consoles : xbox360/ps4 use 4:4:4 because basicly they are computers , so for them and computer/laptop use of the TV , Graphics mode is a MUST !



For more info look at the link above , it is very well explained there .
From the link above :
"
Easy way to test :display the image at Full screen
•Quick-and-Dirty Method (a.k.a., Red-Magenta Method): Open the image found here: link. Make sure you’re at 100% zoom, and pay special attention to the Red and Magenta columns. On a 4:4:4 TV, the “Red” and “Magenta” text will be nice and sharp just like the text in the other columns. On a non-4:4:4 TV, the “Red” and “Magenta” text will be noticeably fuzzy, but the text in the other columns will be nice and sharp.
"

Just tried it on my 55HX750 and i can confirm again Graphics uses 4:4:4 no chroma subsampling , while General uses 4:2:0 subsampling . Basicly the 4:2:0 will have 1/4th of the bandwidth of 4:4:4
Edited by tcruise7771 - 3/23/13 at 1:46am
post #1285 of 1878
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Originally Posted by Mark_Venture View Post

tcruise7771,

Thank you. I don't think my post came across right. When I first got my TV, hooking the cable box to HDMI2 and watching TV, it didn't look as good as I expected, and even worse than my 40W5100. I had tried many settings that had been suggested in this thread, including retail mode with demo off, those in your recent post (because they are suggested in multiple other past posts in this thread) and even had tried the ones in the post you linked (same as I linked in post 1282). But nothing made it better.

So right now, I'm a little hesitant to try changing the settings on HDMI3 which looks pretty good with the cable box, despite being near factory settings. At the same time I'm now really considering trying to get the TV back to Factory Settings, to see if brings HDMI2 back in line with how HDMI3 and 4 look.

Then again, if I do anything right now, maybe I'll only adjust HDMI4's settings, since its starting point looks very very similar to HDMI3 which I like. If it doesn't improve, I'll move the box back to HDMI3 and live with it, since HDMI3 is looking very very good.

Mark , try this on HDMI 2 and tell me if you had these options selected
4) May be this is what was different for you ( i forgot to tell you to try it ) - Home - Display - Screen - > there Screen Format - FULL , Auto Format ON , 4:3 Default - Normal . and the imporant part is AUTO DISPLAY AREA - OFF and DISPLAY AREA - FULL PIXEL ) .
post #1286 of 1878
I just wanted to confirm that I can use Graphics scene just fine at 1080i (my digital receiver) and 720p (my Apple TV 2)
post #1287 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

Mark , try this on HDMI 2 and tell me if you had these options selected
4) May be this is what was different for you ( i forgot to tell you to try it ) - Home - Display - Screen - > there Screen Format - FULL , Auto Format ON , 4:3 Default - Normal . and the imporant part is AUTO DISPLAY AREA - OFF and DISPLAY AREA - FULL PIXEL ) .
yes. that is how it is set. it was suggested in one of the many past posts i read in this thread, and how my xbr6 and w5100 are set.

the names are slightly different...

wide mode = full
auto wide = on
4:3 default = normal
auto display area = off
display area = full pixel
post #1288 of 1878
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Originally Posted by MisterXDTV View Post

I just wanted to confirm that I can use Graphics scene just fine at 1080i (my digital receiver) and 720p (my Apple TV 2)

That is interesting information . When you press the info button on the Sony does it say 1080i and 720p respectively - because other member (hard2bear - Aaron ) wasnt able to use Graphics scene selection for his digital cable tv thought i dont remember if it was 1080i signal or SD signal . I guess if your source allows you to use Graphics mode you should use that , thought i am not sure how much you will benefit unless your digital reciever is a qualty one that does deinterlacing and chroma upsampling .
post #1289 of 1878
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Originally Posted by tcruise7771 View Post

That is interesting information . When you press the info button on the Sony does it say 1080i and 720p respectively - because other member (hard2bear - Aaron ) wasnt able to use Graphics scene selection for his digital cable tv thought i dont remember if it was 1080i signal or SD signal . I guess if your source allows you to use Graphics mode you should use that , thought i am not sure how much you will benefit unless your digital reciever is a qualty one that does deinterlacing and chroma upsampling .

It was 1080i cable.
post #1290 of 1878
from the other thread i gave link
2011
Sony
46HX729
PASS
P1
Graphics mode required. Also supports 4:4:4 + HDMI audio through a HDMI->HDMI connection

and i just checked my HX750 and i can confirm the same results . Graphics mode will give you 4:4:4 + HDMI audio without subsampling of chroma . Basicly it is the only way to display full sRGB color .

HX750 EDID Info :

Monitor
Model name............... SONY TV
Manufacturer............. Sony
Plug and Play ID......... SNY7402
Serial number............ n/a
Manufacture date......... 2012, ISO week 1
Filter driver............ None
EDID revision............ 1.3
Input signal type........ Digital
Color bit depth.......... Undefined
Display type............. RGB color - With Graphics MODE chosen .
Screen size.............. 1220 x 680 mm (55,0 in)
Power management......... Not supported
Extension blocs.......... 1 (Reserved - 0x00)
DDC/CI................... Not supported

Color characteristics
Default color space...... Non-sRGB
Display gamma............ 2,20
Red chromaticity......... Rx 0,625 - Ry 0,340
Green chromaticity....... Gx 0,280 - Gy 0,595
Blue chromaticity........ Bx 0,155 - By 0,070
White point (default).... Wx 0,283 - Wy 0,298
Additional descriptors... None

Timing characteristics
Horizontal scan range.... 14-70kHz
Vertical scan range...... 48-62Hz
Video bandwidth.......... 150MHz
CVT standard............. Not supported
GTF standard............. Not supported
Additional descriptors... None
Preferred timing......... Yes
Native/preferred timing.. 1920x1080p at 60Hz (16:9)
Modeline............... "1920x1080" 148,500 1920 2008 2052 2200 1080 1084 1089 1125 +hsync +vsync
that is what you will see without distortion if you use Graphics mode
Detailed timing #1....... 1280x720p at 60Hz (16:9)
Modeline............... "1280x720" 74,250 1280 1390 1430 1650 720 725 730 750 +hsync +vsync

Standard timings supported
640 x 480p at 60Hz - IBM VGA
800 x 600p at 60Hz - VESA
1024 x 768p at 60Hz - VESA
1280 x 1024p at 60Hz - VESA STD

Report information
Date generated........... 24.3.2013 г.
Software revision........ 2.60.0.972
Data source.............. Real-time 0x0100
Edited by tcruise7771 - 3/24/13 at 3:03am
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