I finally did get my 12M Monster DVI400 yesterday n it works like a Charm-----no noise, no sparkle, no fading color. So, I can kind of draw a conclusion that if one uses a quality DVI cable, length is not much a problem, that scare people off when some company declare 5M is the max.. The picture is very clean, bright, sharp n detail. However, I did try your setting n for some reason, it didn't work out, maybe the cable n screen is different. But I did leave the 'Enhanced Black' on my 2910, n it made the white color stands out better.
However, what position did you leave the AI of AE500 on ? Also, did you notice whenever you use DVI input on AE500, the height of the picture shrink by about 1-2 in. on a 90" screen. However, the height is normal when using Component n Aux input. Did the same happen to you n is there any fix for that ???
Thanks again for your advice.
Originally posted by bucky63
The blue filter I'm referning to is the filter used in check Color and Hue when using AVIA. Sorry for the confusion...
The DVI cable is a 30' RAM (not the Dual Link? version). My screen is a 80" Bright 1.4 Carada.
Projector settings are...
Natural Picture mode
Contrast and Brightness calibrated with AVIA
Sharpness set to 0
Color Temp set to 0
Low and High Gamma set to -1
2910 settings are...
DVI 720p output
Enhanced DVI black level
Set - Setup Level set to 0
What don't you like in the picture quality your getting with your AE500 and the 2910?