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post #2191 of 2200 Old 03-28-2016, 02:41 PM
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Sure. PM me your email address and I'll send you day and night xml files with all the numbers. For some reason AVS says they're invalid for posting as attachments.
Zip them.

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Zip them.
Good plan. Renamed rar to zip. See if it works.

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Good plan. Renamed rar to zip. See if it works.

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Says the zip file is invalid.

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Sure. PM me your email address and I'll send you day and night xml files with all the numbers. For some reason AVS says they're invalid for posting as attachments.

You can also use the snipping tool to create a jpeg and attach the jpeg.
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Says the zip file is invalid.
Use WinRAR

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I've got a VT50, I've noticed that occasionally the picture will get a weird grainy look where the colors are almost inverted every now and then. It's the TV itself. Not anything connected to it. Kinda seems to be random. You can reset the TV and sometimes it will go away, sometimes not. Eventually it will go back to normal without notice.

I really loved this TV, its in my bedroom setup. Anyone experience this? It seems like its on the way out but it only happens every month or so and it's on all the time..... Can't find any info on the new anywhere.... maybe it's time for a oled lol

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I am still in awe of my 65VT50 but like some I am interested in UHD. My set was calibrated by Dnice and he copied the ISF Day setting to custom. Lately I've been playing around with custom and found something that somewhat approximates HDR. Setting panel brightness to High and Gamma to 2.6 looks absolutely STUNNING!

Anyone else tried this?

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Hi! I need some help with my old TV: few weeks go I got some strainge little green point in the corner of my panel and then, watching online video I find this points every where on screen. I try to get photo, but did't get good quality picture yet, some of them is in attachement. Can you please explain if it is fixible or there is some solution to fix it ?
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After all these years am I the only one that feels my vt50 looks dimmer?.. i have the panel bightness set at mid, should i set it to high?
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After all these years am I the only one that feels my vt50 looks dimmer?.. i have the panel bightness set at mid, should i set it to high?
Plasma's get dimmer with time so this isn't surprising if it's got a lot of hours on it. Might also be that you're also watching LED and OLED sets which are brighter. Then you go back to watching your VT50 so it seems dim in comparison.
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