Hi Buzz ,
Thank for the clarification !!
While I think of it
Would ISF calibration help with different channels not looking the same ? , or sources for that matter ?
I had a Sony XBR2 40" LCD and all channels and sources were the same.
Sure , I had an occasional channel that did not look the same , but no where near the difference that I am getting with the F8000.
It really is weird , some channels look great and other channels I can`t wait to grab the remote to make adjustments , only to readjust the next time I change channels,
Can anything be done to stabilize the fluctuation between channels ?
Also , as you may remember , I have a Pioneer "Elite" DV79-AVi dvd player , the other day I had a chance to speak with a Samsung engineer and mentioned to him that I was not getting audio out to the F8000 via HDMI cable.
He told me that Samsung is aware of the 1.1 profile incompatibility and I asked if it would be possible to go into the F8000 software via computer and disable the command string for the DVI audio as that is what is causing me to get no audio from my `79 to the F8000.
His reply was "yes , it is possible to do that , but it would not be covered under warranty , however it would not void the warranty , but because of the cost involved would be more than buying a newer dvd player.
Does ISF training in general cover tv op-sys`s or just calibration ?
Many thanks !