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Turn your Pioneer 20 Series into a Pioneer Elite - PDP-5020 / 6020 - Elite PRO-111FD or PRO-151FD E-mail
Monday, 22 November 2010

pioneer_logo_kuro.jpgHow would you like to be able to turn your Pioneer PDP-5020 or PDP-6020 into an Elite Pro-111FD or Pro-151FD?


If you know anything about the last couple of generation Pioneer plasma panels, you know that from a picture quality and performance stand point the PDP series were good panels, and the Elites were great panels. You may also know that with the 20 series PDP panels, Pioneer attempted to prevent professional technicians from calibrating these panels by locking them out of the service menu. The company’s stance was if you want a Pioneer that can be calibrated you must step up to an Elite, which could be construed as a pretty arrogant move. In response to Pioneer’s move, a small software company named ControlCal engineered an interface with the panel in order to work around this problem.


Last Updated ( Monday, 22 November 2010 )
Calibrating 3DTVs: Why Best Buy Can't Do It E-mail
Thursday, 14 October 2010

There are a number of important criteria for accurately calibrating displays for both 2D and 3D performance. The first is the display itself must have the ability to storeseparate settings at the HDMI input you wish to use for 3D. The reason for thisis that the glasses change the grayscale, color gamut, and the brightness amongother parameters from what would otherwise be correct for a 2D setup.


Last Updated ( Thursday, 14 October 2010 )
Panasonic TC-P58VT25 3DTV Quick Review: Best HDTV ever made? E-mail
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Thursday, 07 October 2010

panasonicvt25.jpgPros: Excellent black level performance. Good but not perfect overall color accuracy. Good feature set with very good connectivity. 3D ready.

Cons: Contrast ratio is limited because the panel clips white significantly at a contrast setting above 46 severely limiting light output. Color accuracy is marred by incorrect color decoding.

To Buy Or Not To Buy? While it may be one of the better panels on the market right now, it is by no means a contender to the Pioneer KRP or Elite from a year or two ago. For about $2400, it does out perform most all of the 55-inch direct array backlit LED LCD panels on the market at least in some areas of performance, and at a much lower price.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 22 December 2010 )
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