Originally Posted by jilla60
I would. Can anyone point me how best to do it & present.
So far picture is fantastic even with SD channells.
No reflection when picture is on for me. Like I said I have put it in the family room with 3 big windows. The only downsides I have seen so far are
1. Like I said before only certain media files can be played. I have the media player hooked up, so no problem for me! I believe when the software is updated, this will be solved.
2. Audio is ok not good but that is with my Samsung as well. Most of us don't use the tv audio & Hence ok.
3. 2D to 3d conversion is ok. but native 3D is Awesome!!
I have not seen any other problem so far.
No problem, the best program to test input lag with is the program SMTT 2.0
You can download the program here:http://smtt.thomasthiemann.com/index_en.html
It is very simple to use. It is much more accurate then the input lag program from flatpanelsHD.
If you have a normal CRT monitor, then that would be perfect to test with, however a laptop is also possible, but not preferable, because the laptop screen could also suffer from some input lag.
So the steps are:
1. If available, hook up the CRT monitor to the vga port of your laptop or desktop.
2. Connect the HDTV to the hdmi port of the desktop or laptop.
3. Make sure that the same image is shown own both the HDTV aswell as the CRT monitor or the Laptop screen (dual monitor: clone mode).
4. Select the game mode on your HDTV.
5. Turn off the lights in the room.
6. Run the program.
7. Take several photos in which the screen of both the HDTV as well as the CRT monitor or laptop screen is visible.
8. The difference of the number shown on the HDTV and the CRT monitor or laptop screen represents the input lag.
9. Post the photos here if you like, or inform us about the lag.
Here you can find a photo of what it looks like when you run it:http://ic.tweakimg.net/ext/i/imageno...333121317.jpeg