I really appreciate that clarification.
Do you have any idea what it would cost to fix it?
Also, I used a lot of words to try and describe the problem and tried to describe it several different ways hoping someone would understand what I was trying to say because I've never seen anything like it.
Do you know what the problem is, technically? Does it have a name? I just want to make sure it's the same thing I'm seeing since I am not quite sure I ever explained it exactly right.
I figure if anyone can put a name to what I am seeing, I can look up other examples (once I know what I'm looking for) to be sure that's the problem I'm having.
I just want to be sure so I know exactly what to tell the seller.
is an honest fellow and I'm sure I won't have any troubles, but he did say only a week before I bought it he still had it in use.
Do you know what could have caused the problem all of a sudden? I'm just curious and trying to learn more.
One last thing, you mention "a properly set up" unit will be superior to the Oppo. The menus are very difficult for me to understand and quite frankly, I've never had a piece of equipment so intimidating in my life. There are so many menus and sub-menus and I have gotten totally lost in them trying to figure it out.
Is there a quick start guide anyone put together to give the best "standard" settings that would look best on most people's displays?
The manual will only get me so far, too. Any suggestions on how to learn the basics (a crash course) on how to use the Lumagen for the best results without yet having test equipment?
Thanks for everyone's help. I sincerely appreciate your time and effort in helping me get this problem identified and solved and for helping me with the basics of the setup and how to get started.