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    Agoraquest Forum Index Television Configuration
      
    Sony KV-32HS510 , Geometry issues Dashboard
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    Last Reply: March 7, 2004, 11:39 am

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    Author Sony KV-32HS510 , Geometry issues
    mathesar

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    Joined: Jan 30, 2004
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      Posted: 2004-03-06 00:42

            I recently bought the KV-32HS510 set and although I love the picture quality I'm having some geometry issues, Theres really only 1 major area that needs fixing and im not sure if theres an adjustment for it in the service menu, while looking at a geometry test pattern on Video Essentials DVD the 3 horizontal lines at the bottom of the screen bend upward sorta forming a "hill" ,I drew a very rough example of it(link below) Any ideas on wich SM options I'd wanna adjust would be greatly appreciated, Thanks.

    http://s94776705.onlinehome.us/geometryerror.jpg




       


    judge_dredd

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      Posted: 2004-03-06 12:08

    I'm pretty sure that you can't adjust horizontal lines with geometry correcting in the service menu.  You have to adjust hardware to fix this so either a technicians help or yourself if you have the service manual and are willing to do it.

    Good Luck


       
    mathesar

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      Posted: 2004-03-06 22:19

        After doing some research I was able to fix most of this geometry error using VCEN and PPHA options in the service menu, its not perfect but definately improved, Thanks for the reply.


       
    judge_dredd

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      Posted: 2004-03-07 11:39

    No problem, good to here you got it sorted out


       
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