Originally Posted by home theater
My screen is a Carada Precision Series. Screen Ratio 1.78. Screen size 126". I sit 14'6' (1.6) screen width.
I use the Reference setting on the Sony low bulb output. On the Panasonic I use Rec 709. In those settings
the two units seem about the same in brightness with the Sony having a much more acurate color balance
to the eye. I also noticed that when the Sony Reality Creation is completely off the Panasonic is sharper.
When Reality Creation is on and Resoloution set to minimum (Default is 20) and Noise filtering is set to 20
(Default is 30) the Sony looks much more natural but still has a slight digital sandy look that the Panasonic
does not have at all. You know nothing in life is perfect. Im going to wait till the replacement unit comes. If the
motion issue is reduced on the new unit which from what every one has told me it will be the Holy Grail for me.
I have also read that the new Redmere HDMI cables are not only thin but have a lower noise level than the older
MONOPRICE cables. I know many scientist out there say its a digital signal it either makes the signal or it does
not. Well I purchased the Blue Jeans certified BJC Belden Series-1 Bonded-Pair HDMI Cable: Best for long runs.
Well the less expensive Monoprice silver same length was much better. My 12 yr old Daughter saw the difference.
My point is mayby the Redmere HDMI cables will be better as well. i will keep you posted.