Originally Posted by somelogin
It's a 111 thread and is about the 111 causing issues.
Well, seems like I saw in the lag threads on here that it's something close to 40ms. That's what I would guess, to begin with, because even recent plasmas with more recent tech usually end up around that also.
Still, nobody suggesting what I should do about my tvs. For instance, I don't know if I should put a 111 up for sale now or mess with voltages before selling it. And if I mess with the voltages on the more recent one, then it's no longer calibrated. The calibration seems off, anyway, but at least I can advertise it as calibrated without lying, as all info I have is it was calibrated.
When I watch a movie, I keep thinking to myself how great it WOULD look if the black level was right and the calibration touched up.
HDTV test years ago on the review of lx5090 got around 25ms game mode.
This was before people got used to different settings on the tv's and the consoles hardware.
25ms is streets ahead of any modern plasma (we are talking three times that, minimum) of the last few years.
Like i said on other forums i have seen much lower from people who take very seriously lag with gaming but i could live with 25ms. But the thing is it only matters on certain games.
25ms is excellent by serious standards, in my opinion it goes way lower than this, but until i find a way of proving to myself otherwise. Which i can't because the KRP hasn't held me back in any way whatsoever gaming wise and i always go for the most difficult games and difficulty levels and then play all over again straight after once I've unlocked everything possible.
Anyway im rabbiting on but it's still voltages i guess, for instance changing drive mode or colours is changing voltages
I don't know how to tell you but resetting (won't break you're tv that's scaremongering) not one person has ever broken their tv since all this started. The only people who had the red tint come back were the ones who reset and just left alone and tweaked no voltages afterwards, that speaks volumes.
The black levels are great on your panel, only the correctly functioning 101's and obviously the 500's have measured darker in the whole time of plasma TV/monitors with to this day, unmatched real world contrast ratio numbers. But yes it can go even darker (yours) but it's entirely up to you.
Unless you always watch in complete darkness i wouldn't worry you're tv (as a functioning "tv" along with the krpA's) is as good as it gets in plasma simple as that.
Tweaks don't work without resets. It's stated in the service manuals.
If there are people out there who know better that's great and good for them but i' m not talking about voltage rgb color tweaks for better blacks - just the ones on the voltage pages like YKNOFSAD etc etc.
What's the worst that can happen except getting near 0mll - you haven't said ?