|Originally posted by JimmyR|
Probably some CRT guy with friends trying to sabotage the NEC.
Most all have at least the Color and Tint disabled, some everything disabled on DVI like the NEC.
If a projector was calibrated correctly and there was a "standard" controls should't really be needed for DVI.
|Originally posted by RobertWood|
Darin and Bytehoven,
I understand that I can set up different memories with different individual settings as an alternative. But what I'm experiencing is that some source material is hot and giving me crushed whites. When I'm connected via RGB I've found that I can usually help this by knocking down the contrast a little. Sometimes it's just that easy. Why shouldn't it be just that easy with DVI. I guess I don't understand why a firmware change could not afford us that adjustment with DVI too without having to make major changes elsewhere. Or why that would have been a cost reduction measure.
|Having seen the HT1000 schematics, I don't think they can simply turn on DVI processing features. The HT1000 has architecture limitations. I'm certain the HT1000 would need a firmware overhaul to incorporate a DVI image processing input stage.|
|Also it ain't cheap. You'll find DVI is simply a by-pass function right to the scaler. Expanding the input stage to include manipulation of a digital signal requires extra goodies, and to have the process done well does not come with out a hit.|
|How many third party boxes do you see that can manage a DVI input? Maybe just one, the Faroudja at $6k.|