You are not logged in.

gorski

PurE2-Supporter

  • "gorski" is male
  • "gorski" started this thread

Posts: 333

Activitypoints: 3,595

Date of registration: Aug 12th 2017

net.hawkes.userlevel.level 29 [?]

net.hawkes.userlevel.experience 205,781

net.hawkes.userlevel.nextlevel 242,754

Thanks: 224 / 120

  • Send private message

1

Monday, March 11th 2019, 11:57pm

Better image/colours...

​OK, Mario and I messed around today and this is our recommendation for H9 series, to get more vivid, deeper colours, less grey, more black, deeper black, more realistic tone of skin, contrast and sharpness etc.

MENU > Setup > System > Extended settings > all to 128 (at least - experiment a bit, depending on your TV, taste etc.)

and

MENU > Setup > System > ​Video settings > HDMI Colorimetry > BT709. party25

We suggested to Zgemma to have that as Factory default​... :4_small16:

What say you? :2_small9:
http://www.english.upenn.edu/~mgamer/Etexts/kant.html - I. Kant, "Political writings" (1784), the jolly text on Enlightenment, at the basis of Modernity...

1 registered user thanked already.

Users who thanked for this post:

Raze (15.03.2019)

rmkk

Beginner

  • "rmkk" is male

Posts: 24

Activitypoints: 195

Date of registration: May 5th 2018

net.hawkes.userlevel.level 16 [?]

net.hawkes.userlevel.experience 8,462

net.hawkes.userlevel.nextlevel 10,000

Thanks: 8 / 1

  • Send private message

2

Friday, March 15th 2019, 2:56pm

In my case these settings make no visible change on my TV that is 2018 LED 65inch screen (Panasonic TX-65FX780E). Note that my Zgemma h9.2h receiver's video output is switched to 4K.

gorski

PurE2-Supporter

  • "gorski" is male
  • "gorski" started this thread

Posts: 333

Activitypoints: 3,595

Date of registration: Aug 12th 2017

net.hawkes.userlevel.level 29 [?]

net.hawkes.userlevel.experience 205,781

net.hawkes.userlevel.nextlevel 242,754

Thanks: 224 / 120

  • Send private message

3

Friday, March 15th 2019, 11:23pm

I doubt that...
http://www.english.upenn.edu/~mgamer/Etexts/kant.html - I. Kant, "Political writings" (1784), the jolly text on Enlightenment, at the basis of Modernity...

1 user apart from you is browsing this thread:

1 guests