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Panasonic TH42PH9 Review

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Offline Colin

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Panasonic TH42PH9 Review
« on: 17 April 2007, 01:46:34 PM »

Please discuss the Panasonic TH42PH9 review article here.
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Offline Ray Proudfoot

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Re: Panasonic TH42PH9
« Reply #1 on: 19 May 2007, 09:59:26 AM »
Colin,

Very good review of the PH9. I've had mine since last October. It's fed from two sources. An Arcam DV79 via HDMI and Sky+ fed via RGB Scart to a JS-Tech Scart-VGA and then via a Van Damme cable to the VGA port. I can select YUV in the DV79 menu so colour can be tweaked.

The problem is with the Sky RGB source and too much colour. Not massively but enough for me to want to turn it down. Of course this isn't possible with the VGA input. The review stated that once the colour was tweaked in the service menu it improved considerably. I've found the option to change colour but I can't save the setting. Is it possible to?

If it isn't then I may consider switching to a component blade just to regain control over colour.

Regards,
Ray.