Originally Posted by Axel
I found this old thread when I searched for an answer to why the image looks noticeable softer at 48Hz than at 60Hz.
Has anybody else noticed this?
Is this caused by the VP50 or the Ruby?
Here is my setup:
- VP50 (firmware 1.01 beta)
- Toshiba A1
- HDMI from Tosh to VP50; DVI into the Ruby
I have the same setup. The Ruby has two different memories for 48Hz and 60hz, as pointed out by sspears when I questioned why each time I toggle there was a conflict with video and PC levels using the DVI. I do not use the DVI anymore because it was harder to get a sharper image as I had to play with brightness and contrast and changing color space in the VP50.
Maybe there is something about the A1 using yCbCr 422 and Ruby only output RGB in DVI screwing up the picture. Getting a cleaner sharper picture was more important than using 48Hz which still don't look all that judder free to me. I exclusively use HDMI yCbCr 422 to yCbCr 422 .
Even better, go to the calibration thread and adjust vertical enhancement ip-vs 8, 18, 19 and De/hpf, 25. No harm trying since the folks who has the Ruby was getting good results for ee/ringing. I like what I see. So clean and smooth now.