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Well, for anyone else who may hook an old original Wii up to their P series, I figured out a fix. Under Wii Settings > Screen > TV Resolution, there is an option when using component to choose between 480i and 480p. With my old 720p Vizio LCD I had the Wii set to output 480p. That looked normal on the old TV but on my P70 it looked terrible as described above. Changing it to 480i fixed it and now it look fine. It was mostly the colors that were messed up so my guess is that it may have something to do with the colorspace. ??

UPDATE: Switching the Wii to output 480i worked to fix the washed out colors that one time. But the next time we fired up the Wii the colors were washed out again. I tried switching back to 480p and then back to 480i (numerous times) but neither setting has any effect like it did before. Both were just as washed out.


I have the P70 and still on 1.0.4.1.


Anyone else used a Wii or any other device with the component inputs on their P70?
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Ok I have missed quite a few of the posts from where I last was keeping up but I did finally get the new FW update on my P60 has there been issues with the active LED zone back-lighting not working properly after the update? I know pre update when playing on say the Wii U or PS3 or anything else featuring basically a black screen with a small loading designation/icon or what ever you want to call it in say one corner of the screen the remainder of the screen would be like ink black and you would have a halo around the loading designation thing that was essentially the led backlight using the smallest active zone to light that portion of the screen. Now it seems the entire panel has a greyish tone, which is the darkest is can get with the led zones behind it lit at all. Is that something that changed in the new FW I didn't change any settings and I had the active led zones on before.
I've noticed this too coming from 1.0.0 - to avoiding blooming and halo'ing around objects, it seems the local dimming algorithm no longer turns the LED's completely off if there is anything on the screen at all. Minimum (as well as maximum) backlight level is still a lot lower when using Calibrated Dark (unsaved / un-renamed) compared to other modes though, so it does still give one the best contrast ratio (but completely black letterboxing, for example, doesn't happen on my set at the moment).
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Does the 65" have the same black levels as the 60" and 70"?

Is the 60" and 70" "better" than the 65" as they have Sharp panels and the 65" does not?
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Summary of 1.0.0 -> 1.1.14 changes

Here's a quick summary of the main notable bits of what I've noticed coming from 1.0.0 to 1.1.14 on my P70:
  • Menus slightly renamed / rearranged. Also color tuning (formerly Professional Picture settings) now has a reset option (very handy for when doing a recalibration ).
  • Local dimming behavior change - to avoid halo'ing and blooming around objects, local dimming no longer completely turns zones off unless the entire screen is black (and even then, not immediately). This is probably better for mixed-mode use, at least on the VA-based panels, but I can imagine this is pretty crappy on the IPS-based P55 (but then the halo'ing on the P55 was probably crappy in its own right with its worse native contrast ratio). Unfortunately it does mean letterboxing no longer has completely black bars though (but on a VA set with Calibrated Dark settings, unless you're in a completely dark room you'll likely be hard-pressed to tell). To be clear, active zones are still modulating individual zones to be dimmer (if not, then turning active zones on would have no effect, and it clearly does, it's just that they don't turn completely off...)
  • Grayscale no longer has a significant shift issue at 100% white with active dimming on compared to off. Calibrating grayscale is overall much easier now as well, but the 11-point settings (and gains at the 2-point level) actually aren't effective at dialing in 100%. You can get 100% white accurate using just the 2-point offsets (leaving the gains at 0, 0, 0) instead and use the 11-point settings to dial in the rest of the grayscale range (using the 100% 11-point settings to get near-whites perfect without affecting 100% itself).
  • New sharpness bug (my set with 1.0.0 didn't have the original sharpness bug ) - at times, your set sharpness value is ignored and the set applies what appears to be as if it's set to a value of 50 or so. Changing the value at all makes the value you set get applied immediately. Others have noticed this bug as well.
  • Game Low Latency bug (horizontal line a couple inches down from top with odd sync issue and ironically super-high latency when it manifests itself) still exists.
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I've noticed this too coming from 1.0.0 - to avoiding blooming and halo'ing around objects, it seems the local dimming algorithm no longer turns the LED's completely off if there is anything on the screen at all. Minimum (as well as maximum) backlight level is still a lot lower when using Calibrated Dark (unsaved / un-renamed) compared to other modes though, so it does still give one the best contrast ratio (but completely black letterboxing, for example, doesn't happen on my set at the moment).
Definitely noticed this on my P70 as well.
With 1.0, LED's would turn off completely in the letterboxed area, but now, with 1.1.14 they are on ever so faintly.
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  • Local dimming behavior change - to avoid halo'ing and blooming around objects, local dimming no longer completely turns zones off unless the entire screen is black (and even then, not immediately). This is probably better for mixed-mode use, at least on the VA-based panels, but I can imagine this is pretty crappy on the IPS-based P55 (but then the halo'ing on the P55 was probably crappy in its own right with its worse native contrast ratio). Unfortunately it does mean letterboxing no longer has completely black bars though (but on a VA set with Calibrated Dark settings, unless you're in a completely dark room you'll likely be hard-pressed to tell). To be clear, active zones are still modulating individual zones to be dimmer (if not, then turning active zones on would have no effect, and it clearly does, it's just that they don't turn completely off...)
So it's basically 1.0.4.1 dimming (or maybe an enhanced version of that). That's a bit disappointing. One of my big hopes for this firmware was to get back the deeper blacks that I lost with 1.0.4.1.
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So it's basically 1.0.4.1 dimming (or maybe an enhanced version of that). That's a bit disappointing. One of my big hopes for this firmware was to get back the deeper blacks that I lost with 1.0.4.1.
Yeah it's a bit disappointing but also understandable. Personally I thought the dimming behavior in 1.0.0 in Cal Dark was phenomenal so hopefully they'll re-implement it in some manner in subsequent updates (heck, even if just to have letter- or window-boxing detection to keep those zones completely off when applicable) but outside of watching in a completely black room it doesn't really matter much at least.
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P65 vs. P60/70 and P65 on sale at Best Buy

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Does the 65" have the same black levels as the 60" and 70"?

Is the 60" and 70" "better" than the 65" as they have Sharp panels and the 65" does not?
I'd like to "me too" on this question. Have read the entire thread, but it is still unclear to me whether the P65 is significantly inferior to the P60/70 because of the AUO panel. Some report more DSE and/or darker vertical columns at the sides, I see.

This is now even more relevant as Best Buy just put the P65 on sale at $1499 = the same price as the P60, which is itself $200 off at the moment. This is a great deal ... if the P65 is essentially as good.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/vizio-p-...&skuId=8509662

Any new findings? Improvement with the new firmware?

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Yeah it's a bit disappointing but also understandable. Personally I thought the dimming behavior in 1.0.0 in Cal Dark was phenomenal so hopefully they'll re-implement it in some manner in subsequent updates (heck, even if just to have letter- or window-boxing detection to keep those zones completely off when applicable) but outside of watching in a completely black room it doesn't really matter much at least.
Yeah, but this time of year by the time I get home from work it's already completely dark out. In the summer it wouldn't be quite as big of a deal.
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Well that explains it :-)
If I knew you find component cables, I wouldn't have had to ask
I suppose the next question is where you found that cable?
Thanks.

If you haven't already purchased some component cables for your Wii, you might want to hold off. I posted earlier today that the washed-out issue returned and no amount of switching between 480i and 480p will fix it for me again. Not sure what the deal is.

So I ordered one of these today: http://www.amazon.com/DragonPad%C2%A...rds=wii+2+hdmi

I will report back on whether or not it helps in case anyone is interested.
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If you haven't already purchased some component cables for your Wii, you might want to hold off. I posted earlier today that the washed-out issue returned and no amount of switching between 480i and 480p will fix it for me again. Not sure what the deal is.

So I ordered one of these today: http://www.amazon.com/DragonPad%C2%A...rds=wii+2+hdmi

I will report back on whether or not it helps in case anyone is interested.
Alternatively, another more expensive option that would definitely work would be get a Wii U and use it to play Wii games. Or, if possible compatibility issues don't bother you (which are also becoming less of an issue over time as it gets improved), use a PC and play through Dolphin to take advantage of the vastly-superior graphics output as well.
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I'd like to "me too" on this question. Have read the entire thread, but it is still unclear to me whether the P65 is significantly inferior to the P60/70 because of the AUO panel. Some report more DSE and/or darker vertical columns at the sides, I see.

This is now even more relevant as Best Buy just put the P65 on sale at $1499 = the same price as the P60, which is itself $200 off at the moment. This is a great deal ... if the P65 is essentially as good.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/vizio-p-...&skuId=8509662

Any new findings? Improvement with the new firmware?
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im also wondering the same thing. debating on getting the 65" over the 50" now with bestbuys price.
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Alternatively, another more expensive option that would definitely work would be get a Wii U and use it to play Wii games. Or, if possible compatibility issues don't bother you (which are also becoming less of an issue over time as it gets improved), use a PC and play through Dolphin to take advantage of the vastly-superior graphics output as well.

I had considered both those possibilities. In fact, I was researching compatibility and "upscaling" of Wii games on Wii U when I ran across a post that mentioned the Wii2HDMI. It was super cheap so I figured I would try that first.
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The Kaztmaier review of the 65 is on the front page again as an update of the original review since the firmware update.
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[QUOTE=suprememilo;30962634]Does the 65" have the same black levels as the 60" and 70"?
Is the 60" and 70" "better" than the 65" as they have Sharp panels and the 65" does not?

[/QUOTE?I'd like to "me too" on this question. Have read the entire thread, but it is still unclear to me whether the P65 is significantly inferior to the P60/70 because of the AUO panel. Some report more DSE and/or darker vertical columns at the sides, I see.


For me this raises the question about the 50's panel, and if switching to a 60 would help relieve eyestrain headaches I am having. I like this tv enough that I would so. I also understand that there is a difference in the 55, and I wonder if it would be better for eyestrain also. For mr the PQ on the 50 is fine, I am only concerned with the eyestrain. Thanks ron
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Picked up my P70 for $1999.99 last month and I see that Costco are now selling it at $1499.99 I will be going in tomorrow for a $500 reimbursement as the TV still falls under the 3 month return window. I may even get another at that price.
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Picked up my P70 for $1999.99 last month and I see that Costco are now selling it at $1499.99 I will be going in tomorrow for a $500 reimbursement as the TV still falls under the 3 month return window. I may even get another at that price.
You are looking at the wrong TV. The E series is at that price. The P is on sale for $1999.

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Picked up my P70 for $1999.99 last month and I see that Costco are now selling it at $1499.99 I will be going in tomorrow for a $500 reimbursement as the TV still falls under the 3 month return window. I may even get another at that price.

From the website, it looks like the $1499 price if for the M series 70". Did you see a better deal in-store?
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@KillRob and @kusports Your both right, it seem's I jumped the gun.

Sorry.
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@KillRob and @kusports Your both right, it seem's I jumped the gun.

Sorry.

That would have been an insanely good deal though.
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That would have been an insanely good deal though.
I agree I would have added the $1000 after the $500 back and got another.
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Best Buy has the P65 for $1499.....

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/vizio-p-...9662&cp=1&lp=1

REALLY tempted to pull the trigger on that one.
Thanks for posting this. You just saved me $379. I got my P65 last week as an open-box buy for $1847. It was a little unusual in that it was "freshly" opened - the box was actually present, and it still had the new protective stickers. Took my receipt to best buy and they credited me the difference.
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How do u know for sure who build's witch panel? I'm looking at the p series at the 65 inch screen but if the 60 and 70 are made by sharp im going with one of those.
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How do u know for sure who build's witch panel? I'm looking at the p series at the 65 inch screen but if the 60 and 70 are made by sharp im going with one of those.
I am trying to figure out if this matters, as they are currently the same price (60 and 65)
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I just picked up a P65 today from Best Buy and I have to say so far I am a little disappointed. I thought the TV looked nice in the showroom but at home I notice almost a flickering on white text when there is a black background. Is there a way to fix this? I tried the settings from Farrow on post 30658417.

Also I am on the 1.0.0 firmware, and have done the service check at least a dozen times. Does the newer firmware fix this flickering?
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I also posted a similar comment in the calibration thread. With the new firmware (1.1.14) on my P70 when using Calibrated Dark mode turning CA to OFF results in the picture becoming brighter, and this is how it should work, but didn't with the earlier firmware. Using your new settings for Calibrated Dark mode I measured close to a 2.4 times brighter picture with CA turned off as compared to having it turned on. I tried your settings and found with CA turned OFF the picture is bright enough for most daytime viewing situations, although you may want to drop the gamma setting to 2.2 for daytime viewing.
Like it. Think the 2.2 might be too much though.
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Here's some better examples of what I'm seeing with my P65. It seems to kick in at around 50%.
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Here's some better examples of what I'm seeing with my P65. It seems to kick in at around 50%.
With my settings, the pictures you provided do not translate onto my set. Also, even when using a default picture setting, such as Standard, I am unable to duplicate what you are experiencing.

I have a P65 and am on firmware 1.1.14.

Is your camera compounding the effects of what you can see with your eye or are your pictures a good representation of what you experience? I think it could be defective unless you have some settings that can eliminate this problem.
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I just picked up a P65 today from Best Buy and I have to say so far I am a little disappointed. I thought the TV looked nice in the showroom but at home I notice almost a flickering on white text when there is a black background. Is there a way to fix this? I tried the settings from Farrow on post 30658417.

Also I am on the 1.0.0 firmware, and have done the service check at least a dozen times. Does the newer firmware fix this flickering?
I did not notice any flickering on 1.0.0 firmware when I had it nor do I experience it now on 1.1.14. It almost sounds like it is a sharpening issue. Have you turned Sharpen down to 0?
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With my settings, the pictures you provided do not translate onto my set. Also, even when using a default picture setting, such as Standard, I am unable to duplicate what you are experiencing.

I have a P65 and am on firmware 1.1.14.

Is your camera compounding the effects of what you can see with your eye or are your pictures a good representation of what you experience? I think it could be defective unless you have some settings that can eliminate this problem.
Besides the standard rainbow-banding from the camera, I think the camera tames it down, and it actually looks more obvious in person.

Picture settings when I took the photo were stock besides shutting off SME. I've tried flipping the Active LED Zones on/off, firmware is at 1.14, and it doesn't seem to make any difference. It's really obvious when the kids are watching cartoons on Disney - the solid colors really make it pop.
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