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Old 10-11-2019, 02:29 AM   #4281
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I should have said response rate, but I'm sure you got my drift.

It's bad that you seem so sensitive to it - but it doesn't screw it up for most. You're not alone, but you are in a minority. I'm not unsympathetic though, I couldn't stand older DLPs as they looked absolutely horrid to me. Plasma annoyed me as well. Yet OLED, absolutely fine for me.

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Old 10-13-2019, 03:00 PM   #4282
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watched the Yankee game last night and the College football game in 4K via the Fox Sports app on my Fire stick.Looked damn good on my 55E8. I liked the fact that there were no commercials, only a view of the ball park between innings. I know it did not say it was a 4K telecast but the live racing from Belmont Park was gorgeous and it did show 4K reception in the top left screen reading for the input.
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Old 10-14-2019, 03:12 PM   #4283
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I received my Lindy CEC-less adaptor. Put it into the back of the Humax box before plugging the HDMI cable back in and CEC/ARC now works again between my B8 and Denon.

So it was the Humax that was sending nonsense over HDMI pin 13, thus breaking the B8's HDMI CEC link.

Madness isn't it? Such a simple fix for something that was such a nightmare to figure out. Makes me wonder how many people with broken ARC just have rogue hardware like the Humax.
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Old 10-14-2019, 08:42 PM   #4284
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Volume control from the LG remote to the amp still doesn't work. That's LG's fault.
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Old 10-15-2019, 02:36 PM   #4285
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My New tv 65C9 is coming tomorrow��
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Old 10-18-2019, 04:06 PM   #4286
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Old 10-18-2019, 06:19 PM   #4287
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I have an awful black crush OOTB.energy saver and all that is turned of on C9
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Old 10-19-2019, 12:58 AM   #4288
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No HDR when playing from disc, deep color is on ur
Get HDCP 2.2 error, but used same cable on my B7

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Old 11-02-2019, 12:13 AM   #4289
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I'm sure this has been asked a bazillion times but do the majority of OLED users keep the TV settings for when the Blu-ray player kicks in to expert bright room? I've had my player to default to Cinema mode (useless setting?) and it seems that my calibrated bright room settings just look a helluva lot better.
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Old 11-06-2019, 06:58 PM   #4290
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Question (which probably has been asked before, on one of the previous pages) :

My 65" E6 dims slightly when subtitles appear on screen. I use an Oppo 203.
I can't find any setting in either player or display, that seems to overcome this problem.
Anyone anywhere encountered the same and knows a solution to this?
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Old 11-07-2019, 10:52 AM   #4291
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Check any Eco mode is turned off.

If it already is, you can go into the service menu (you'll find how online) and turn off ABL. You do this at your own risk.
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Old 11-07-2019, 08:18 PM   #4292
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Quote:
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Question (which probably has been asked before, on one of the previous pages) :

My 65" E6 dims slightly when subtitles appear on screen. I use an Oppo 203.
I can't find any setting in either player or display, that seems to overcome this problem.
Anyone anywhere encountered the same and knows a solution to this?
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Check any Eco mode is turned off.

If it already is, you can go into the service menu (you'll find how online) and turn off ABL. You do this at your own risk.
Did you try the ABL fix? I have a similar issue with my E6 (among other issues) where the brightness changes up & down when the TV volume is changed up or down.
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Old 11-09-2019, 04:19 PM   #4293
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So, I recently bought an LG OLED C9 and while I love the look of it, something Iíve noticed is that a lot of times when thereís tracking or panning shots, thereís a judder on the screen that ranges from minor to very distracting at times. Has anyone else had this problem, and if so is there any fix to this?
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Old 11-09-2019, 09:21 PM   #4294
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So, I recently bought an LG OLED C9 and while I love the look of it, something I’ve noticed is that a lot of times when there’s tracking or panning shots, there’s a judder on the screen that ranges from minor to very distracting at times. Has anyone else had this problem, and if so is there any fix to this?
Go to TruMotion under Picture Options. Select User and start at 0, slowly edging the de-judder and de-blur sliders up until you find a result that is more pleasing to you without adding a soap opera effect. I'd suggest 2, 3 at the most on de-judder. Don't bother with the presets Smooth, Clear etc, they are crap, way too much processing. Ignore the Motion Pro toggle unless you know what you are doing and specifically want black frame insertion, as it dims the picture significantly.
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Old 11-09-2019, 10:22 PM   #4295
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Thanks for the help, Iím definitely seeing a difference now. Iím just curious to know what de blur does though, since it doesnít seem to be making any difference with the picture.
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Old 11-09-2019, 11:04 PM   #4296
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I honestly don't know, since I haven't noticed it having any affect on 24p content either.
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Old 11-10-2019, 12:16 AM   #4297
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Yeah, I just kept it to the default of 10 since there doesnít seem to be much of a difference anyway. Iím still having some problems with the judder though. Even on 2 or 3, de judder still seems to introduce some of the soap opera effect.
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Old 11-12-2019, 06:50 PM   #4298
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How do you get into the service menu of an OLED? All of the apps I'm seeing advertised are for Androids (I have an iPhone), and there's nothing I can find to do this without it.

I would like to try turning off the ASBL because I'm tired of dark movies "jumping" back to the correct brightness after a dark scene ends.

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How do you get into the service menu of an OLED? All of the apps I'm seeing advertised are for Androids (I have an iPhone), and there's nothing I can find to do this without it.

I would like to try turning off the ASBL because I'm tired of dark movies "jumping" back to the correct brightness after a dark scene ends.
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Following the thread I opened here and the solution that was found here:


The LG OLED TV will dim when the "average" picture stays unchanged for more than 60s.
This can be really annoying when watching videos/movies that have scenes longer than 60s.
This feature/function cannot be turned off in the normal user accessible menu. It can however be disabled the Service Menu (also known as IN-START):

How to access the Service Menu:
Follow instructions given here or buy the Service Menu Explorer LG TV Android App (US$ 6,06) (See attachment 01).
Press the blue button on the left, labelled "IN START" in my screenshot.
The TV will ask for a password, it should be 0413.

What to change:
Go to "13. OLED" (if you dont see it, press exit on the remote and access the Service Menu again).
Set "TPC Enable" to '0' or 'Off' (depending on your model/firmware). (See attachment 02)
Press Exit on the remote. (The change will be saved)
Enjoy.

Tips:
You only need the App to access the Service Menu, you can use the normal remote to enter the password and navigate inside the menu.
Return doesn't work, you will have to use the app button (the left one, blue, labelled "IN START" in my screenshot) to "navigate back".
The Red button on the app gives you access to "EZ Adjust
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Old 11-14-2019, 11:42 PM   #4300
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Quote:
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From AVSforum

Following the thread I opened here and the solution that was found here:


The LG OLED TV will dim when the "average" picture stays unchanged for more than 60s.
This can be really annoying when watching videos/movies that have scenes longer than 60s.
This feature/function cannot be turned off in the normal user accessible menu. It can however be disabled the Service Menu (also known as IN-START):

How to access the Service Menu:
Follow instructions given here or buy the Service Menu Explorer LG TV Android App (US$ 6,06) (See attachment 01).
Press the blue button on the left, labelled "IN START" in my screenshot.
The TV will ask for a password, it should be 0413.

What to change:
Go to "13. OLED" (if you dont see it, press exit on the remote and access the Service Menu again).
Set "TPC Enable" to '0' or 'Off' (depending on your model/firmware). (See attachment 02)
Press Exit on the remote. (The change will be saved)
Enjoy.

Tips:
You only need the App to access the Service Menu, you can use the normal remote to enter the password and navigate inside the menu.
Return doesn't work, you will have to use the app button (the left one, blue, labelled "IN START" in my screenshot) to "navigate back".
The Red button on the app gives you access to "EZ Adjust
Keep in mind that if one somehow mess up their set doing this, they could be out of luck as far as warranty goes.
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