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Truncated black levels

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by Douglawr » Wed Jun 20, 2012 6:55 am

I have a 52HX909XBR television hooked up to a Panasonic BDP310 BD player. When I run the DVE calibration bluray disk either the BD player or the television are truncating the black levels. If I turn the brightness all the way up on the television the 4% below black bar is not visible in the Pluge pattern. Can someone please tell me where this setting is on the television?

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by jehill » Wed Jun 20, 2012 3:03 pm

Welcome to Agoraquest!  It would be helpful to get your model number straight.  It's XBR-52HX909.  That set has a multitude of adjustments.  Have you opened the i-manual and reviewed the settings described under "Using the Home Menu", "Picture Adjustments"?  the "Black Corrector" listed under "Advanced Settings" may make a difference.  Its really a matter of trial and error.
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by Douglawr » Wed Jun 20, 2012 6:41 pm

Thank you for the welcome.

I have looked at the manual as well as scouring forums for several days now. I have also spent over two hours going through the different menus trying to find this setting. The BD player has a pretty simple menu structure, so I don't think it is occurring on that side, but I could be wrong. I have looked at the black corrector, and tried with it off and on.
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