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I wanted to ask if is a bug,
to see an image in rgb through the input of the 558 it turns out dark without contrast. :(
In order to see the image with the correct contrast I must setting the input
of the 558 on "scart composite" losing but the definition.
I hope is a bug that it will come corrected with the next ones to firmware.
Please excuse my english...i have used an electronic translator.:oops:
Hm... I too see video thru SCART RGB and it's dark and shifted to red :(
I see the image of rgb with much little contrast. :(
For the rest it is concentrated perfectly and
without no added color. :?
Please excuse my english...i have used an electronic translator.
and if you installed the version (1.1.1) modified of firmware of Dracula
I would succeed to make to work income RGB well?
please excuse my english :oops:
Sorry no. :?
The error is still there with :twisted: FW 1.1.1
then I can be calm is a bug of all the 558 with firmware 1.1.1
Not é mine that is out of order...
Please excuse my english :oops:
this problem will come resolved with version 1.1.2 ?
the important is that my 558 it is not out of order mine.
then we will wait for... :wink:
I have written to the kiss in order to make present the problem on the scart-in rgb....
they have answered to me to fill up the form rma
why the player it could be out of order.
P.S. Nearly I had convinced myself that it was a bug.
Carlo, SAME exact problem here!!. I'm waiting for next FW in order to see if it's resolved. I also think that it's a software bug and not a faliure. Not all 558 users are using that input, and this explaing why there aren't more commentaries about.
Many Thanks Alejandro !!!
We will wait for the new firmware 1.1.2
Got the same problem.
I have tested 3 different 558's. All have the same problem with dark picture when I select RGB input..
Really hopes Kiss fix this in next frimware. Been waiting since Oct 2004...
Carlo71 and Unrealius,
Do you have also very bad sound quality by using Scart input, RGB or composite?. I have both faliures: Not contrasted image from RGB input (Scart composite video image is perfect) and bad quality sound, without basses, throught Scart in both cases. No manner of using a TV digital tuner directily on DP558, sound is ever very bad on Scart, and image loss it's digital quality by using the antenna input.
Really It's a pity that EVERY thing on DP558 have some "not finished" feature.. Every thing you use, have some problem.
I was thinking that a Denmark company had to be more serius... How many time we must wait to get a STABLE product????. At least here in Spain we have a lot of good experienced programmers, even cheap young programmers, looking for a job, that could be able to write best software than I'm seen that Kiss write...
Why Kiss managers don't try to look for best programmers in his country?. I'm sure they could find a lot... and they could save Kiss company from a bankrupt, that following this way of working, lie after lie, will be a near future of the company.
If Kiss don't change quickly, some day here in this "club" of friends, MPC, will be a DP558's owners reaction madeing a "comun collect" of money, to look for legal assistance all together, even there Denmark, to get their money back... Cost of DP558 is high!. It's not a TOY!!
Alejandro, I had not heard from you since November... where have u been?
Don't get too angry, it's absolutely useless because KISS does not care at all what we way...
Also I notice I mark them "dirty" using the "scart composite"
and also tuner tv me he does not seem of the best ones.
For the audio it is all ok.
To this point me it seems that the 558 are a player in phase of beta testing.
We hope in the next one release to firmware
P.S. Someone more important than we
must signal the "RGB Input" bug to the Kiss.
Please excuse my english :oops:
To Luislopezchat: I have the same problem with sound quality via SCART or Composite Video connection - no basses. What is your guess HW or SW fault? If it is a HW I will return my Kiss and if a SW will wait until next releases...
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