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Originally Posted by Mac13 View Post

So is a repair guy still coming out to check out the TV or why do you say there is no repair for this?

there is no repair for this, the only way to fix it is a new panel. I will try to convince the guy
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Hello ,

Cinéma Rob Roy ( BD ) .

Pio BD320/Kuro :





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Cinéma " La Ligne Rouge " ( BD ) .

Pio BD320/Kuro :






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Urga, you have taken amazing pictures. You're posts are the highlights of this whole thread.

Keep posting!
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What is the piont of taking pictures from your screen? I think it's more important that your amazing blacks will last at least 10 years and it will only last for about 2. You al paid alot of money for this tv, and now it's turning into a reddish bad product.
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Originally Posted by tapmeester View Post

What is the piont of taking pictures from your screen? I think it's more important that your amazing blacks will last at least 10 years and it will only last for about 2. You al paid alot of money for this tv, and now it's turning into a reddish bad product.

I have three Kuros (5080, 500M, 600M), two with heavy usage (5080 and 600M), and no sign of red whatsoever. Out of hundreds or more Kuro owners here, maybe a half-dozen have complained of this.

Also, I have no idea why complaints about a possible technical problem are being aired on this thread in the first place.
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No problems on my Pro-111FD.
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Kuro 5090H completely black ( 12/08/2009 ) 19 months .
No Black Red .
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Cinéma " King Kong " 1976 ( BD ) .

BD320/Kuro :





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Originally Posted by p59teitel View Post
I have three Kuros (5080, 500M, 600M), two with heavy usage (5080 and 600M), and no sign of red whatsoever. Out of hundreds or more Kuro owners here, maybe a half-dozen have complained of this.

Also, I have no idea why complaints about a possible technical problem are being aired on this thread in the first place.
I saw there is a treat about this issue in another Kuro section. Will post there
post #5568 of 7301
Threads like these how amazing picture. Although one must note. It isn't just in the TV that gets you great pictures like that. It is in the camera as well. That being said.

How the heck do you achieve pictures like this? I have a high Range DSLR and I cannot seem to take pictures like others can. Mainly because I don't know what I'm doing. Does anyone have any tips that could help me out?
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Originally Posted by JukeBox360 View Post

Threads like these how amazing picture. Although one must note. It isn't just in the TV that gets you great pictures like that. It is in the camera as well. That being said.

How the heck do you achieve pictures like this? I have a high Range DSLR and I cannot seem to take pictures like others can. Mainly because I don't know what I'm doing. Does anyone have any tips that could help me out?

Images are taken in RAW and post-processing is applied.
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Originally Posted by Fanaticalism View Post

Images are taken in RAW and post-processing is applied.

What kind of post processing is applied? You customize the look? This is done Via PC I assume. Which would mean you would need a monitor with accurate colors. Which I don't have....
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" Série " TVHD 1080i 75Hz .

DD Csat/Kuro :





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Urga, your photos are incredible.
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Urga, your photos are incredible.

Tanke You .
Kuro Love .
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" Animation " TVHD 1080i 75Hz .

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Originally Posted by Urga View Post

Hello ,
TVHD 1080i 75Hz :
Picture Mode: User
Contrast: 27
Brightness: 0
Colour: -4
Tint: G +1
Sharpness: 0
DRE Picture: Low
Black Level: Off
ACL: Off
Enhancer Mode: 1
Gamma: 3
Colour Temp Manual :
Rh : -3
Gh : 0
Bh : +2
Rl : -1
Gl : -1
Bl : + 1
CTI: Off
Colour Space : 1
Noise Reduction Options : Off


what about your settings for BD with BD320?
Thanks
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Anyone knows if the "duller look" on animation is a result of animation using sRGB palette rather than Rec709? I'm always curious about this even watching pixar movies.

Or is digital image from animation to CGI just inherently more pleasing on LCD?
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Originally Posted by specuvestor View Post

Anyone knows if the "duller look" on animation is a result of animation using sRGB palette rather than Rec709? I'm always curious about this even watching pixar movies.

Or is digital image from animation to CGI just inherently more pleasing on LCD?

I think it depends on the animation and how much effort was put into it. That Mickey junior looks like they didn't really put much effort into lighting the scenes so it's gonna look pretty dull (in addition to there being very few scene details). Compare with something like Up or Wall-e.
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Lots of ArteHD stuff is upscaled, unpleasant to watch, average quality and lots of pseudo intellectual stuff. What about some native shot Hollywood blurays?
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