Well, I just got my TV hooked up and what happens? Apparently my 14 year old was paying close attention when I went into service mode to disable the red push.
I got out of the shower a while ago only to find him playing around in it! I asked him what he messed with and he said just RDRV, RCUT, GDRV, GCUT, BDRV, and BCUT. I guess he watched his friend from school messing with his a while back and thought he could get it looking good while I was in the shower!
Anyway, here's the situation. Generally, I doesn't look too bad. The only apparent problem is that the yellows are a little greenish and reds are slightly pinkish. For a Simpsons fan such as myself, this will not do! How do I remedy this? What variables should I increase and what should I decrease?
While I'm at it, could someone explain, or point me to an explaination of exactly what adjustments to the xDRV and xCUT variables do? If I can understand exactly how they work, I think I have a better chance at ironing this thing out.
I was thinking I could get the Avia DVD from Walmart DVD rentals, but if I don't know exactly how the variables work, then I'm not sure how much help it would be.
Joined: Jan 01, 2004
From: Vancouver, BC Canada
Posted: 2004-02-25 02:19
These values likely will vary from set to set to account for each picture tube, so your lost settings were likely different.
Something you might try - when in service menu on the VP1 section - switch TV/Video to check the video1-4 inputs. Some of the data items in here have a different value for each input. Your original values might still be set there on a different input. When I got my set, SBRT was set lower in video4, and I could change the value just for that input. The *CUT and *DRV values are the same for each input on my set.
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