Originally Posted by Roudan
Hi henrich3, yes the brightness is indeed better after setting crosstalk 8. where to set Lens Aperture?
And I still see flickering/flashing in the screen?? But when I looked at PC when wearing the JVC glasses, I also see the flickering/flashing. Is it normal? or is it the issue related to glasses? Thanks
There's a "LENS AP." button on the JVC remote that can open the lens aperture menu. Another way to access it is by going into the Picture Mode
menu, then pressing the "ADVANCED MENU" button on the remote.
Re: 3D flickering, is the 3D emitter plugged in securely to the back of your projector? When you got your 3D glasses, did you "pair" them with the projector? If not, perhaps that's why they're flickering.
To register (pair) your 3D glasses to your pj:
- Play some 3D content.
- Hold the glasses within 1 meter of the projector.
- Press the Power button on the glasses once. The indicator will light for 3 seconds and they will turn on.
- Press and hold down the Power button for over a second. The indicator should alternate between a solid light and blinking. That means that the registration has started. After the light blinks quickly 6 times, registration is complete.
After this initial pairing you may use your glasses. For future 3D sessions you can turn the glasses on normally with a quick press of the Power button.
If the glasses still flicker, try attaching the 3D emitter to the pj using an extention cable. If the emitter is moved to a spot that's less obstructed, the glasses might get a stronger signal & work better. If that still doesn't fix it, you may need to contact JVC support.
Originally Posted by Roudan
Hi henrich3, I spent $50 to buy null moden cable and adapter, just finished updating the firmware to 83.2. But I still can not see the home screen of Samsung 8500 when playing regular blu ray. It is still blue screen displaying hdmi1 no input. However, when playing on the JVC menu for a while, there is one time I can see the home screen then I played the movies and checked my 3D setting as you suggested. After changing different blu Ray. Samdung home screen disappear again. Don't know why? Any suggestion?
Another question is: I have my rs500 calibrated and there are two calibrated modes one is for hd709sdr and the other one is uhd2022hdr. If I change 3D setting or if I change anything outside the picture mode menu, will the change null the calibrated picture mode?
Thanks for your help. I appreciate it.
You're using a 50' HDMI cable IIRC. You may just need a better cable or a shorter run to see the Sammy's 2160p60 4:4:4 8-bit (18 Gbps) Home screen. UHD on the K8500 is more challenging for cables than other players because the Sammy forces 4:4:4 chroma which increases the data rate on the cable.
Re: calibration modes, just choose a different "USER" Picture Mode for your 3D settings. If your hd709sdr and uhd2022hdr calibrations are stored in USER1 and USER2, for example, use USER3 for 3D. The settings you select for that USER3 mode shouldn't affect the others.