Originally Posted by Rf13
No concern or anything against you I just happened to tag your helpful quote. My point was it might be helpful to put it all in one place. I frequent car forums and the common stuff and how tos are sticked in the appropriate forums. I always wondered why avs never did this. Consolidating all of the information about hdmi 2.0, hdcp 2.2, and hdr would help out a lot of people.
No concern taken
I was just a little confused.
I hear what you are saying but AVS can't possibly take on what you are after for each and every topic (or I suspect
would have jumped right on it when I 'mentioned' him in my reply to you).
If you or cj would like to volunteer, here is one approach...
I have volunteered in the past on a thread by creating a Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) post within a thread and from there added a link in my signature and took an active roll monitoring the questions being asked, referring newbies to the FAQ, and adding to the FAQ as the need arose.
Be careful what you wish for though as this can be very time consuming and come with some unpleasent side effects.
Search the Thread
Another suggestion is to search the thread but before anyone complains to me that the search engine sucks... I didn't write it.
I think most of us are going to figure out in a hurry how to set up our UBD-K8500 and move on. I mean lets face a whole lot of the posts have to do with the same thing -- settings for the player and dozens of TV's.
For those that need a little help I prescribe to seek and thee shall find method and offer below my instructions for searching this thread.
How do I perform a search in the UBD-K8500 thread?
If you navigate to the top of the page right below the text "Thread Subscriptions" you will find a search box with a big SEARCH button next to it. This is NOT
how to search a thread as the results will return every single hit on the entire AVS Forum website!
While viewing this thread
, scroll to the top of the page and directly above the first post on each page you will see a drop down box titled "Search this Thread". Tap the arrow and you can enter your Keyword(s) and press the GO button.
You can also click on "Advanced Search" which allows you to stratify your search by including Keyword(s), along with User Name and Date Range criteria.