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    Adjusting Individual Video Inputs in Service Mode 36XBR450 Dashboard
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    Last Reply: April 8, 2005, 9:58 am

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    Author Adjusting Individual Video Inputs in Service Mode 36XBR450
    lst2b1st

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    From: california

      Posted: 2005-04-06 18:00

    I have an 36xbr450 and my S-Video input is too bright on Video 3 input and my Component Video on Video 5 input is too dark.  How to adjust black level to be lower on Video 3 and higher on Video 5 and save settings?


       


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    From: Poughkeepsie, New York

      Posted: 2005-04-08 09:58

    You will not be able to make individual adjustments to Video inputs 1-6.  However, if you go into the User Control Menu and go to the Video section, you can adjust contrast, brightness, color and hue.

    These adjustments can be assigned to anyone of four modes (Vivid, Standard, Movie and Pro).  Once setup, its just a simple matter of assigning one of the mode to either Video3 or Video5 inputs.

    Also, if you have not already done so, pickup one of the calibration DVD disc, so often mentioned on this site, and adjust your monitor like the pro's do; instead of trying to eyeball it.  Good luck.   


       
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