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marcengels
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marcengels posted on Thu, Sep 29 2016 5:46 PM

Hi everyone, I would like to know the following. Everytime you have a scene with a black or darker background, you can see the background becomes slowly lighter and more detailed. This happens in about 2 seconds. Is this normal behaviour? It also happens when I watch in a dark room with no lights on. Does anyone have an answer please? 

 

Gr. Marc 

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mjmedlo
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Sounds like the auto light control function.
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koning replied on Sat, Oct 1 2016 12:35 PM

Yes,thats normal.

 

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Thank you guys. Smile

marcengels
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Thank you guys. Smile

Gennaro
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I just picked up a 11-55 and I'm completely blown away by the pic quality... simply amazing

Beovision 11-55, BeoPlay V1 40, Beosound 9000, Beolab 8000's and 3 Beocom 5's... Smile

Barry Santini
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Gennaro:

I just picked up a 11-55 and I'm completely blown away by the pic quality... simply amazing Beovision 11-55, BeoPlay V1 40, Beosound 9000, Beolab 8000's and 3 Beocom 5's...

Yep. If you're a true B&O fan, IMHO, then a true B&O video system, even if not state of the art (UHD, HDR, USB 3.0, HDMI-latest) is still preferable to other brand alternatives. Once B&O tech steps off the podium of "the latest," you can always supplement with peripheral units, like ATV and Amazon Fire, etc.
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