tobyspark wrote:I'm not sure what you guys are seeing. Fuzziness? I suggest we stop trying to describe this in words and get some hard documentation of input vs output.
About your processors vs stock 1T-C2-750s. What you have isn't a 'hack', it's an officially developed TV-One firmware that adds the additive feature and triplehead resolutions to the publicly available v415 firmware. While anything is possible, it is extremely unlikely that the d-fuser firmware has anything to do with whatever issue you're seeing.
In terms of resetting things, part of the design of the d-fuser is to keep available the full capability of the 1T-C2-750, so the processor's buttons are exposed, and the controller has a troubleshooting feature to get you out of any mess you make using those buttons. Use that troubleshooting option, and you'll first be guided through the TV-One reset of the processor, and then the controller will conform the processor's settings to what it expects. You don't have to do that second part if you want to see if that's where issues are being introduced.
Not that it should affect these kinds of settings, but if you're going into troubleshooting of the setup, I'd wholeheartedly recommend making sure you're running the v29 controller software.
Thanks to Joris for making me aware of this.
I'll be posting pictures after tomorrow when this wacky paint party is over. I didn't really notice until jarock pointed it out to me, we also had to use 37mm which may have made it more noticeable. We had a Dfuser and a straight connection running into a folsom and it became noticeable when switching back and forth.
I'll have some comparison iphone photos with the same image/source mirrored between the Dfuser and straight into the folsom.