Originally Posted by 12none
1) Open rusamsung find the TV on the network and allow/accept the prompt on the TV screen.
2) Turn off TV and then close rusamsung in that order.
3) Press (mute) then (1) then (8) then (2) then (power) on the remote. (TV turns on and the service menu is displayed)
4) Start rusamsung
5) Click "Factory" on rusamsung and then click "3speed".
6) Select "Control" and then select "Sub Option" in the TV service menu.
At this time, there is no "PVR" option anywhere on the screen. The screen shows two columns of options, the left column contains 15 options and the right column contains 11 options. At the top is displayed MAIN: Control, MODE: CDTV,RES:1080I
WHat about the PVR_Num setting on the service menu? Does it show up? If so then change its value to 1. The other setting I think its named PVR Support or PVR Function or even PVR Enable (something like that). Be aware that you can only record Digital Broadcasts (DVB-T or DVB-C), not analogue or any other of the tv inputs.
Originally Posted by techpeter
I have also bought the same hdtv 32eh 5000 and am very satisfied with the hdtvtest calib settings.
Problem is am not very happy with the viewing angles. Mine is a AUO panel (version AH03) and viewing angle is restricted to 20%. Apart from this the HDMI Black Level setting is grayed out to me even if I am using a HDMI source (HD SAT Cable).
Do you know 1. how to un-gray the HDMI Black Level settings?
2. How do confirm the panel type before unboxing the tv set? I have a good exchange policy but the shop guy wont allow to open each box and check the service menu for panel type:mad:
Please post a link for those hdtvtest calibration settings, I'm curious about them :P.
About the viewing angle, are you talking about the vertical or horizontal viewing angle? I don't have the same panel as yours, I have a Samsung S-PVA panel and the horizontal viewing angle is about 45º on each side, at least that's the impression I have.
Do you even know what HDMI Black Level is? It is only selectable when a device sends a Full RGB Range signal (0-255), most devices only use a limited RGB Range (16-235) and most content is recorded that way too. You should only be worried about the HDMI Black Level when you connect a PC to your TV because a PC uses the Full Range natively (Be sure to connect it to HDMI1 to enable full chroma).
There's no way to know which panel is without turning on the TV AFAIK.Edited by rbmaster - 5/20/13 at 9:58am