Hum, there seems to be some disagreement on the dimming issue.
These link's are from a thread you did a lot of posting in. The say there is NP as long as the patch changes.
btw, I am not saying you are wrong. Only that you are the first post I read that says there is a issue. And that is very troubling after thinking there was no problem.
Hey, Bumtious, just finished reading your comparison writeup between EC930 and EG960: http://www.displayandsoundcalibration.com/world-exclusive-lg-eg-960v-vs-lg-ec-930v-2/
One quick question: How did you measure the input lag (Leo Bodnar or camera method) and did you rename the HDMI label to PC before measuring the input lag in game mode?
That video confused me since I thought that it would somehow show the TVs displaying the input lag numbers (either Leo Bodnar or camera by hooking them to a monitor).
Noticed that there's no mention of near black banding or darker edges in your article. Or are those the "vertical lines" that you're writing about?
Do you also make trips to Germany/Hamburg?
Lumagen is working on the Radiance Pro which will be 4k in 4k out with full HDMI 2.0 if you configure it that way. Probably available late this year.Really? Not one of the 4K models, I hope? I was looking at that very same unit, but it's HDMI 1.4 and will only do 4:2:0 output @ 4K/60Hz.
Great write-up, Bumtious, and it's terrific to see that a full white screen has jumped up from between 70 and 90 cd/m2 on a 930 to an amazing 141cd/m2 with the 960 - with plasmas at about 41-51 cd/m2.Hi all
I've owned a 930 ( uk ) since December and now have a 960. Had ZT before that ( my article by the way)
The latest firmware has upped the abl threshold on the 930.
The black level control in the options menu is actually the hdmi black level.
Low it is in of mode high is video mode and set correctly the set behaves in a totally different way.
The high setting is 16-235. Low is 0-255
It starts with zoyd's post dated March 22nd and continues at different points after that. http://www.spectracal.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=94&t=5664Could you please direct me to Zoyd's post?
One way around the OLED dimming problem would be to have the ability to pause the LUT calibration, play some actual content for a short period of time, and then resume the LUT calibration. But I don't think that is possible with any of the current software calibration packages.
It starts with zoyd's post dated March 22nd and continues at different points after that. http://www.spectracal.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=94&t=5664
Might be a wild goose chase but then if it does help with the dimming on the LG OLED, we might have a work around.
I don't have an LG, but it's my understanding that 'low' generally implies a video level of 16-235, which is correct for non-computer, normal TV source applications.