Originally Posted by DirkBelig
Every time I see a perfectly fine star-field with inky black space, I
think of you and your milky gray screen and your constant trolling
about turning off ALZ...
Whenever I've tried it (GLL On) in the past it has introduced lip sync
issues where I'd never seen them before. I'm watching San Andreas
ATM as part of my "Are these Atmos speakers really doing something?"
tour and went to flip it on and it's grayed out.
Define Troll/Trolling: "Make a deliberately offensive or provocative online
post with the aim of upsetting someone or eliciting an angry response from them."
That's not what I'm doing. "you and your milky gray screen" would fit better.
The only time I see a 'slight' milky screen is with a full, in content, black screen. It is
otherwise visually black with content. Sometimes I may have to knock the Brightness
down a bit to help, but I am certainly not seeing a star field with a 'milky' background
with ALZ OFF unless it's produced that way in the first place. Maybe your Display is
not working the same as mine with ALZ Off? If Vizio can knock down the Backlight
just a bit more, it'd be great for ALZ Off, but I get it... it's all tweaked for ALZ to work.
I was/am hoping it can work 'both' ways.
(See also my reply to mpgxsvcd about why I turned ALZ back off during NetFlix
GLL: I think if you switch to Game Mode you might have access to it, that is if it's universal
across the Pic Modes. Otherwise, stop content and/or switch Inputs or to another Vertical Frequency
to get access to it. I see that the on-Display Menu confirms whatever feature is grayed-out is really
On or Off. (Versus the Tablet: Did I leave Pure Cinema
On or Off when it's grayed-out in the Off