Originally Posted by dunno
Thanks..football looked great, next up hockey.
Hockey looks great imo. Don't need AMP - even though you'd think it helps it. Looks the same to me. And at first, you might think you need to bump up the backlight, but this TV just can't wait to show you those brights it seems, so I leave it at my normal 7-8. Also, the following quote by @lmartinijr1
has turned out to be true for my cable channels, and I'm sure has helped hockey games look as good as they currently do:
Originally Posted by lmartinijr1
Try setting everything to OFF. Than leave it alone and let it settle for a few days without playing around with the settings. Works with cable boxes here in the states. Don't process the signal from the cable company. Hope it does the trick.
Originally Posted by emmons
by the way screws are 45 mm. not sure where people got 50 mm. last time i seen some1 here use 50 mm they complained the bolts bottomed out and he didn't think that had anything to do with his now back separation.
Originally Posted by rckrz6
what plastic are you talking about?
I was basically describing what @emmons
just mentioned - the bottom of the screw wells, where if you do over-tighten you run the risk of putting pressure on the material (I'm assuming it's plastic) that's protecting the inside of the panel. I had to use 50mm M8's because of the thickness of the brackets I was attaching. 45's only showed about 2 threads under the included spacers. Wasn't going to risk that, heh.
, I would also suggest getting the Mediabridge Flex cables
. Got 3 of them myself and have had zero issues.