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    Hi,

    can you describe what's the point of your photo, please?

    Toengel@Alex

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    I have produced various settings over the period of time I have the TV, as I gained experience from its usage. My current settings form movies are the ones reported here:

    http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...ll=1#post16330

    I really want to see some pictures from your 0.25 firmware, with these settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Hi,

    can you describe what's the point of your photo, please?

    Toengel@Alex
    That we need a complex image as pattern, like the one shown in the image I have put. One rich in shadow detail.

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    I have a 7605 and I'm noticing too a degradation of image quality with each firmware update.
    Currently I have 140.44.
    The colours are strange and there's lack for detail.
    There's no "bite", an absolutely washed image. Looks like a cheap China job.
    I miss the image quality this TV had before.
    Image quality is the most important feature of a TV set (duh!) so I'm seriously considering a firmware downgrade.
    Philips, you need to do something about this, ASAP!

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    there is no two ways that the pictuer qulity is geting wors with the new updates but saying that with 0.45 the pictuer from my freeview hd looks good useing preset standerd the only thing that dos looks poor at solme scens is playing mkv and bluray
    useing preset cienma

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    Quote Originally Posted by petasis View Post
    That we need a complex image as pattern, like the one shown in the image I have put. One rich in shadow detail.
    Even though I think it would be very difficult (impossible actually) to compare pictures between different users (because of different lighting conditions and the camera being used), you could try to compare different settings and firmwares for the same user this way.
    And yes, that picture you have there is a very interesting one. Could you maybe post the original picture, so we can use it too?...

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    My experiences are that 34 is definately better for picture quality then 40 or 44. 44 was more grainy than 40 but 34 is different completely. It has much less grain and SD could easily be mistaken for HD on some programs it is that good. Colours have more saturation. It is almost as good a top spec crt monitor, not at close range though.

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    Hi,

    now you can test 140.46

    Toengel@Alex

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    For my 7605 it's still the 140.040 for download.
    I guess you 9xxx series guys are the real beta testers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freddy View Post
    Even though I think it would be very difficult (impossible actually) to compare pictures between different users (because of different lighting conditions and the camera being used), you could try to compare different settings and firmwares for the same user this way.
    And yes, that picture you have there is a very interesting one. Could you maybe post the original picture, so we can use it too?...
    This was a still from a video named "Black Demo", from this demo disk:
    http://www.demo-world.eu/demo-dvds/p...-disc-2007.php
    Or "Black Demo Digest" from this disk:
    http://www.demo-world.eu/demo-dvds/p...tents-2007.php

    They can be found relatively easy...

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    I do not know if is the same for 9705, but after some days With the .46 running in my 46PFL8605, i must give to this versión a 9.

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    @Miro9000
    Can you share your display settings with us, i have a40PFL8605.

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliesangel View Post
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    Can you share your display settings with us, i have a40PFL8605.

    Thanks in advance
    Hello Charliesangel, my settings are these:

    Mode: Personal (for TV channels) / Cinema (for Bluray & MKVs)

    Contrast: 72
    Brightness: 50
    Colour: 50
    Sharpness: 1/4 (SD / HD)
    Noise Reduction: Off
    Tint: Custom
    Custom Tint: R/G/B = 121/105/95
    Perfect Natural Motion: Off
    200Hz Clear LCD: On
    Super Resolution: Off
    Perfect Contrast: Off
    Dynamic Backlight: Off
    MPEG Artefact Reduction: Off
    Colour Enhancement: Off
    Gamma: +1 (or 0 depending of the darkness of the movie)
    Light Sensor: Off

    But I remind you that each user has their own preferences.
    So I usually make minimal changes from time to time. Especially after software updates.

    I hope these setting helps you.
    Last edited by miro9000; 01-09-2012 at 11:53 AM.

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    I don't know if it is my idea, but I am seeing a brightness fluncuation on the picture in some cases with 140.46, that was not there with 140.45. It reminds me the fluctuating brightness problem that the panasonics have...

    Any one else seeing this brightness variations on scenes? (that have no cause?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by petasis View Post
    I don't know if it is my idea, but I am seeing a brightness fluncuation on the picture in some cases with 140.46, that was not there with 140.45. It reminds me the fluctuating brightness problem that the panasonics have...

    Any one else seeing this brightness variations on scenes? (that have no cause?)
    i havent seen this on my set the problem i have on my tv it dosent change brighnees at all

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