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Topic # 17642 5-Dec-2007 14:23
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Has anyone had trouble activating PIP with this model panel? On the menu the option is grayed out and seems unavailable if selected with the remote. Any ideas?

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  Reply # 98328 5-Dec-2007 14:34
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What are you using for both the main and sub feeds? Page 27 of the manual shows a table of what can be viewed in PIP dependant on the main feed.

I've got the 50C91HX and had noticed that certain feeds don't allow PIP but can't remember which (assume it's the same for this model but looking at that table I seem to think that it may be an little different - will check tonight at home)



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  Reply # 98336 5-Dec-2007 14:56
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Thanks, I think thats it. I'm using S-video until i get an up conversion receiver. Have you set the burn in protection up?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 98339 5-Dec-2007 15:31
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I've just set up Pixel Shift as per the optimum settings in the manual. In saying that, I don't really use this TV for gaming or viewing of anything else that would cause burn in. Not that I think it's really a problem with these newer plasma's anyway.

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  Reply # 98348 5-Dec-2007 16:21
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My Samsung 32" LCD will only allow PIP mode when one of the inputs is HDMI. This seems kinda strange, but the manual says so. One of the PIP must be a HMDI source.



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  Reply # 98351 5-Dec-2007 16:24
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It's the inputs for sure. Very strange set up. Thanks for the replies.

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  Reply # 98354 5-Dec-2007 16:45
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Yikes! Page 27: "Table of PIP settings". S-Video cannot work with any PIP combo! Can't even do HDMI + Component! You can however view one of AV1/AV2/TV with one of Component/HDMI/PC. That is quite limited really.

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