PS3 RGB Full: Does it really make a BIG difference?(Video)

A three part video explaining in detail the effects RGB Full or Limited has
on a television. Plus, a few video calibrating tips on how to get the most out of your picture using the PS3.

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mighty_douche4664d ago

Yes, quite a big difference is perfectly clear.

Do it yourself at home, a small internet video is useless.

JsonHenry4664d ago

This guy was saying basically the same thing I was saying - BOTH consoles have it. Typically neither console should have it changed from default settings unless hooked up to a PC monitor.

And once again - no one seemed to mention that the X360 has the same setting and it was not turned on either.

Skerj4664d ago (Edited 4664d ago )

Where is it on 360? The only thing I saw was the Black Level, which I've set to extended since I've had my 360. Even that only affects 480p output and DVD playback, neither of which I use. Then again I have one of the models without HDMI so I'm running component cables, is it over 1080p or something?

ThaGeNeCySt4664d ago

@ Skerj... i have my 360 connected via VGA.. in the display menu, there's an option for Reference Level that you can leave on Standard, Intermediate, or Expanded.. I'm not sure if that feature is available through HDMI though

ravinash4664d ago

I don't know much about TVs, but do know that the picture looks better with these options on....No one can tell me different.

Bordel_19004664d ago (Edited 4664d ago )

Yes, I see a big difference on my Sony 40X2000 LCD screen. Colours are deeper and stronger, black is darker.

No doubt, quite a big difference when using Full RGB. (Edit: I think this applies only to the HDMI output, haven't tried any other output).

GIJeff4664d ago

youre not connected through HDMI it says next to these options "(HDMI)"

liquidsnake4664d ago (Edited 4664d ago )

If it comes to Sony exclusive games, no not much of a difference. But when I tried with Assassins Creed, the visuals and textures was more detailed and sharp.

Below: Yup that is correct as well. You can tell differences on XMB. You can tell differences on Uncharted too, but not as much as on Assassins Creed.

Bordel_19004664d ago

You can see a big difference allready in the XMB though. Don't know about exclusive Sony games, haven't tried them without the Full RGB.

Bebedora4664d ago

If you look at the videos in the article, there are so much better in the RGB full video. It's showing Uncharted which is an exclusive PS3 title may I add.

solidt124664d ago

I see a big difference. 42 inch LG LCD

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