Following a small rash of studies from new Vive and Vive Pro customers, HTC says they’re wanting into points relating to mismatched show brightness. Additionally, SteamVR’s beta department brings a firmware replace to the Vive Pro which is claimed to enhance the initially disappointing audio high quality.
A batch of stories in the previous few days have seen customers of each the unique Vive and the Vive Pro citing show points almost about inconsistent brightness from one eye to the subsequent. Most of the studies, like this one from Reddit user ‘DemonFinn’, signifies that in darkish or utterly black scenes, one show is totally black whereas the opposite is gray, creating an uncomfortable stereo battle.
A spokesperson for HTC tells Road to VR that the corporate is wanting into these reviews, and means that customers with the difficulty attain out to firstname.lastname@example.org for help. Thanks to ‘Cmdr StarLion’ who identified these studies.
Regarding a problem referring to audio high quality on the Vive Pro, a SteamVR beta replace this week brings with it a firmware replace which “improves audio quality,” hopefully fixing the difficulty we famous in our Vive Pro review:
Unfortunately, the Vive Pro headphones are presently crippled with a “known issue” which has them lacking out on so much of bass tones. HTC says a repair for that’s within the works, and you may take away the Vive Pro headphones and substitute your personal if you want. I hope the headphones get fastened sooner relatively than later, as the quantity and mic-mute buttons on the again of them are a helpful contact.
We’ll be testing this quickly to provide it a pay attention.