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rocketrazor wrote:

Those pictures look awesome mate

you should try taking a picture of the same scene in normal thx mode (tv default) and your calibrated mode to see if it shows up better on camera.  Obviously this is only good for those of us that don't have a calibrated tv

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Welcome to the club Gel. It takes time but when you've got used to it and switch it back to your normal mode, you will see the difference!

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The settings are all locked now, so I can't change them.

 

 

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gel wrote:

The settings are all locked now, so I can't change them.

You can switch between the calibrated Pro modes and other picture presets (Normal, Cinema, THX, etc...).

I'm pretty sure that's what Series1boy was suggesting.

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gel wrote:

The settings are all locked now, so I can't change them.

You can switch between the calibrated Pro modes and other picture presets (Normal, Cinema, THX, etc...).

I'm pretty sure that's what Series1boy was suggesting.

 

Yeah, I can do that, I have just been checking out the differences in terms of picture quality.

 

 

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gel wrote:

The settings are all locked now, so I can't change them.

You can switch between the calibrated Pro modes and other picture presets (Normal, Cinema, THX, etc...).

I'm pretty sure that's what Series1boy was suggesting.

Exactly what I was saying.

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strapped for cash wrote:

gel wrote:

The settings are all locked now, so I can't change them.

You can switch between the calibrated Pro modes and other picture presets (Normal, Cinema, THX, etc...).

I'm pretty sure that's what Series1boy was suggesting.

Exactly what I was saying.

 

Got you.  It wasn't aimed at anyone specific my comment.   Smile

 

 

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Smile

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With the quality of these pictures gel do you think you really need a new Blu ray player? 

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With the quality of these pictures gel do you think you really need a new Blu ray player? 

I believe he wants a player with faster loading times. The picture quality wasn't an issue.

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buzz_lightclick wrote:

theflyingwasp wrote:

With the quality of these pictures gel do you think you really need a new Blu ray player? 

I believe he wants a player with faster loading times. The picture quality wasn't an issue.

 

Yup.

gel wrote:

Can't believe it but it's true, I think in the next few months I will buy another Blu-Ray player and this time for keeps! :grin:

 

I am going to sell my Pioneer on AV and get a cheap deal for one, I think I will buy the Marantz UD5007.  I just decided I want quicker loading times.

 

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buzz_lightclick wrote:

theflyingwasp wrote:

With the quality of these pictures gel do you think you really need a new Blu ray player? 

I believe he wants a player with faster loading times. The picture quality wasn't an issue.

yes sorry I remember the 3min loading times now .

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I have just put my Pioneer up for sale on AV, it will all depend if I can get a price I am looking for.  If I can't I might try eBay and if I still can't I will keep it.

 

 

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theflyingwasp wrote:

buzz_lightclick wrote:

theflyingwasp wrote:

With the quality of these pictures gel do you think you really need a new Blu ray player? 

I believe he wants a player with faster loading times. The picture quality wasn't an issue.

yes sorry I remember the 3min loading times now .

 

Yep.

 

 

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