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    GAME/PC - ENABLED




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    Last edited by x7007; 02-24-2014 at 03:29 PM.

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    Model: 42PFL6907T
    FW: 150.92

    Samples of the banding issue:

    I found it very hard to properly capture the effect on camera on the http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/gradient.php -site, for some reason. But the http://www.vanity.dk/tft/monitorTest_scale.html gives an option for color gradients, and in there the effect is more visible on camera. Especially with black/blue and black/green gradients.
    (there's no direct link to the gradient test on vanity's site, so on the vanity's site, there's a menu on the top of the page, with "Color range"-tab, which has the gradient tests for different colors)

    Sample shots included as attachments below, from both OFF and Computer modes, from both sites. (blue vanity set showing the issue more clearly)

    Vanity: OFF
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    Vanity: Computer
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    Note:
    In real life the effect is more pronounced. My camera (cell phone, Nokia 808 PureView, 41 Mpix) can't capture the full impact of it.

    And indeed, the issue is in Computer/Game modes. On "Off" mode, the gradient is linear and it's much harder to distinguish between two consecutive shades. And I would otherwise use the OFF-mode all the time, but the ~100ms input lag is simply too much and the sharpness takes a hit, too, which would both be a problem when using the set with a computer.

    Ps. I also have the uncropped and higher resolution originals, if you want those, but they're 5MB per image.

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    Negative

    - PNM and Clear LCD auto disabled when turning tv off and on even when set to ON before turning TV off.


    Another Bug is PNM and CLEAR LCD disabled when turning TV OFF and turning TV ON even if they are ON and Minimum-Medium-Maximum.

    U need to change to other mode and then it starts to work.

    u can check it using this

    http://www.testufo.com/#test=eyetrac...rn=lines2&ff=1

    Run it in the browser, u will see that it run fine without PNM and when you do enable PNM u start to see some ghosting or weird lines which means that PNM is active.

    Turn it off and you will see the Lines are fine and there are no more ghosting every couple of seconds.

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    TV Model: 40PFL7007
    Previous Firmware: 150.91

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    - Max trick play 32x is to small (it should be at least 64x or 128x)
    - Sometimes after going into standby, external drive fall into endless reboot loop (disk needs to be disconnected or TV powered on/off couple of times)
    - Timeshift is very clumsy (e.g. after pressing rew button it takes about 10s before video starts going back - in the meantime it is paused and played)
    - Info button isn't working in timeshift/pvr
    - There is no possibility to rollover through menus (going directly from last position to first and vice versa)
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    Last edited by malyco; 02-22-2014 at 07:36 PM.

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    The new FW is now live

    This thread is now closed. Thank you all for your feedback!

    For feedback on the new FW please use the following threads:

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