Originally Posted by rjyap
I just got the Med600X3D with firmware 1.0.5. After comparing to Dune Prime 3.0, there are some bugs that need to work out.
1. Not pixel mapping 1:1. I tested on both Panasonic full HD TV and Optoma HD83 projector. Running the screen size pattern, the right most part and bottom seems to be missing one pixel. Running the build in size resizer, the outer red line seems to be cut off one pixel too. No such problem with HTPC or Dune Prime 3.0. In 3D mode, also the same problem.
2. Sharpening effect. This is easy to test. Just put on a black clipping pattern from AVS Calibration test pattern. You will see for each greyscale bar, there is a line on the left hand side of each bar. I'm not sure if this is due to the above issue which might cause this problem. No such issue again for Dune Prime 3.0.
This is the same problem I saw in another RTD1186 chipset player. I saw that 1 row of pixels were cropped bottom and right. A user mede8er1 (likely from the company itself) showed a screenshot that did not exhibit this issue. http://www.avsforum.com/t/1420605/med1000x3d-high-definition-3d-multimedia-player/450#post_22683243
Maybe I misunderstood the comment he made about how he got it to show 1:1 pixel mapping.
Intriguing, I think it might be a chipset issue.
The sharpening issue seems to indicate compression of block boundaries at the edges of the patterns. If the Dune does not show it and the mede8er is then there is some reconstruction issues near the edge of the block boundaries (processing within the mede8er or more likely RTD chipset).Edited by venkatesh_m - 1/7/13 at 4:59pm