Panasonic’s 2016 TV lineup to date is made up exclusively of LED LCDs, spearheaded by the flagship Viera DX902 (otherwise marketed as the DX900 in other parts of Europe). Of course, you’d be insane not to engage local dimming via the [Adaptive Backlight Control] option after shelling out a premium for the Panasonic DX900’s FALD (full-array local dimming) technology. 2. Sucessful operation and it works great, but it has caused another problem. Hi, I ve just installed a1 in 2 out HDMI splitter and 15m run Hd lead from a sky HD box in the living room to get a mirrored HD signal to a LG TV upstairs . I had SKY+ installed and connected via AV1 into scart 1 and the rest was the the same as above. Join the AVForums team live on Wednesdays at 7pm UK time. Hi , cheers, There does not appear to be any settings on Panasonic tv to turn it off.Even the settings in the secret hotel menu doesn't solve it Panasonic's solution is to cover the 13 pin on HDMI lead. It features the highest number of local dimming zones for a consumer-grade television, unrivalled colour accuracy for HD content once calibrated (although you’d have to sit straight on), and as impressive a HDR presentation as can be extracted from a transmissive display. You must log in or register to reply here. In order to avoid this mixed up and down scaling it seems I should set source to match the tv. Or Automatic. If known, enter the model number with … 17 April 2016, 5:41 pm BST. Powered by Xenforo, Hosted by Nimbus Hosting, Original design Critical Media Ltd. Sucessful operation and it works great, but it has caused another problem. AVForums.com is owned and operated by M2N Limited, On the whole, the Panasonic DX902/ DX900 is an exceptional 4K HDR TV whose picture quality is likely to rank among the best we’ll see all year. The No. Can't you disable CEC/HDMI Control on your two Display devices within the User Menu's? Select "Other Adjust" in the "Audio" MENU. Motion resolution (as calculated via the horizontally scrolling lines in Chapter 31 of the FPD Benchmark Software Blu-ray test disc) for [IFC] “Min“, “Mid” and “Max” all topped out at 650 lines. Full-field peak white measured 883 cd/m2, again the highest we’ve recorded so far. https://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/tx58dx902b-201604174282.htm Join the AVForums team live on Wednesdays at 7pm UK time. What is the native resolution of the TV? Thanks for that advice guys. In day-to-day use though, we only caught sight of the right-sided banding occasionally during panning shots across an evenly toned backdrop. Auto:Automatically selects Analog / Digital Signal. We were highly impressed by how well-controlled the blooming/ haloing was, even though we intentionally cranked up the [Backlight] and watched off-axis during the zone counting process. Both can be left on “Auto” which worked well from our tests, but the former setting can also be used to force HDR mode by selecting “ST.2084“. The No. We calibrated our Panasonic TX58DX902B retail unit using a profiled Klein K10-A meter, a Murideo Fresco 6-G signal generator, and SpectraCal’s CalMAN Ultimate software. Pre-calibration [Professional] RGB tracking and delta errors (dEs), Post-calibration RGB tracking and dEs in [Professional] mode, Post-calibration colour saturation tracking, Post-calibration colour errors (<3 not appreciable to the eye), Post-calibration Colour Checker SG errors (<3 not appreciable to the eye), Passed 3:2 & 2:2 in SD & HD if [Film Cadence Mode] on, Full luma; chroma slightly blurred vertically even with [1080p Pure Direct] on, Macro photo of subpixel layout indicating VA-type LCD matrix, Thermal scan confirming direct-lit LED placement, Post-calibration RGB tracking and dEs in HDR [Professional] mode, Post-cal PQ EOTF (electro-optical transfer function) in HDR [Professional] mode, Post-cal sat tracking with [Colour Gamut] “Rec.2020” with reference to BT.2020, Colour errors (<3 not appreciable to the eye) after HDR calibration, The Martian (timecode 00:00:52) on the 58″ DX902 with [ABC] “Min”.