^ I was beaten to it
Originally Posted by XxFuturexX
Hello, great thread - still trying to read through the 400+ pages.
Two quick questions:
I purchased the Vizio M60 from Sam's Club and doing a price protection match through my discover card to match the walmart rollback price (in case any of you wanted to do the same).
Ok, I noticed the top corners of my tv screen appear slightly darker than the rest of the screen like a vignette of sorts - is this normal or should i return for a new set?
I currently have my cable box plugged in the HDMI 5 port and PS4 in HDMI 4 port. I am now realizing not all the ports are created equal, should I move these around? I do watch netflix more now through my vizio app than my ps4 app.
Oh - has anyone tried the THX tuning app for this television? I was going to try that out this weekend.
Thanks much for you help!
I get some dark areas around the outside of the screen too, not a huge problem for me. I only notice it on my HTPC when I have windows like this page open.
I would put the PS4 in to HDMI5, and move the cable box to one of the other 4 inputs.
I've used the THX app, it was ok. I didn't find it to be great, the tint adjustment was off for me. I did use the color settings I got on there. However, I've since put everything back to default on Calibrated, and it looks pretty darn good. I bump the color down to 46-47, I found everything looked to red to me.
Your experience could be different though, and if it's free for you, it doesn't hurt to mess around. You can always reset the TV if you find you can't correct what you've done.
There is also AVS 709 for free, I used that and got a different result than the THX app. But like I said, I went back to default. The TV is pretty good, and accurate in one of the Calibrated modes.