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koning
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koning posted on Thu, May 5 2016 7:20 PM

Is the latest version the mk 4

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Millemissen:

Do you mean this:

http://www.flatpanelshd.com/review.php?subaction=showfull&id=1354451016

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

Aye guess so thank you! So this is what they reckon you should go for...

Profile: Movie

Picture adjustments:

Viewing distance 0,5 m

Advanced settings:

Judder cancel Off

Room adaption On/Off

Power saving On/Off

Adjust TV

Contrast 32

Brightness 33

Colour 32

Noise reduction 0

Sharpness 0

Colour temperature 32

Contrast enhance 0

Cropping/overscan Source dependent

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koning replied on Sat, May 7 2016 10:57 AM

Yes.

Whats the kma setting

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Hiort replied on Sat, May 7 2016 12:37 PM

koning:

 

Yes.

 

Whats the kma setting

 

 

The member alias KMA did a review where he shared his settings for image and sound.

 

 

http://forum.beoworld.org/forums/t/3372.aspx

 

 

 

 

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koning replied on Sat, May 7 2016 12:45 PM

Oke'

Thx hiort

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koning replied on Sun, May 8 2016 10:59 AM
BV11-46 Ordered. I owned a beovision 10-40

Saturday it will be installed
I still wondering,am I not going to regret....because no hdr,hevc etc etc
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koning:

BV11-46 Ordered. I owned a beovision 10-40 Saturday it will be installed I still wondering,am I not going to regret....because no hdr,hevc etc etc

I'm sure you won't. It's a lovely tv
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Paul W replied on Sun, May 8 2016 12:44 PM

Koning, you should cancel your order. The new models 40 & 55 are released in a few weeks time. New internals, 4K, HDR etc etc. Very dishonest of a dealer not to warn you about that. With the amount of money that you are spending, you should at least have a 2016 TV! Seriously, damn that sales person! 

geert bergmans
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Koning, ik begrijp niet dat je nog niet even wacht! 

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geert bergmans:

Koning, ik begrijp niet dat je nog niet even wacht!

Maybe because he wasn't aware when the tv was coming.
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I was aware.he told me about the new televisions.

The reason is 55 inch is too big.

46 inch is simple the maxx!

There will be no 46/48 inch beovision 14

Does anyone know what the sizes are L-b-h (BV14-55)

 

 

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I am sure you won't regret it for the next 2-3 years to come.

Then the content (maybe) - depending on your viewing preferences - will be rhere....

...and so will a new tv!

MM

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koning
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You mean in the next 2/3 years 4k and Hdr are standard

Millemissen
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On some online media services and on UHD/BluRay, yes.

I doubt, that broadcasting will reach 4K, HDR etc quality in 2-3 years (would be nice though).

Note: a lot of people still watch DVD, when/if they use a physical media.

But really, it depends on your own preferences.

MM

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Hiort replied on Sun, May 8 2016 2:22 PM
koning:

BV11-46 Ordered. I owned a beovision 10-40 Saturday it will be installed I still wondering,am I not going to regret....because no hdr,hevc etc etc

I did exactly the same step. Have not regretted one day. BV11 is so much more than the BV10.

 

 

 

 

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I moved from BV10-40 to BV11-46 two years ago.

It's a fantastic step. Sound for movies is umbelievable (extraordinary bass tv alone) and black is black not grey.

Usb port, Spotify, youtube, internet puc and software are also great.
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