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    GOTRICE

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      Posted: 2005-04-15 22:37



    well, I fixed geometry quite well on 36hs420, but when viewing hd channels, geometry is all messed up. I did crosshatch pattern from sound and vision to check 4:3 geometry and everything is about perfect, but when I switch the idsw to 1080i v comp, geometry is way off creating a type of funhouse mirror effect when the camera scrolls up and down. So, how can I fix geometry for two different settings, dvd and hd if geometry settings are to be global?


       


    kentech

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    From: Portland, OR

      Posted: 2005-04-15 23:22


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    On 2005-04-15 22:37, GOTRICE wrote:


    . . . but when viewing hd channels, geometry is all messed up.


    Do you have the 2170D service-data charts for your TV? Or just the Excel spreadsheet/list?


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    GOTRICE

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      Posted: 2005-04-16 09:47



    yes, I do, but inputing the default service settings from the service manual further messes up my geometry by a lot.


       
    andyross

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      Posted: 2005-04-17 09:15

    Service manual values are just generic starting points to get a semi-usable picture. EVERY TV is different. Simply moving your TV could require geometry/convergence adjustments. Once at those basic settings, you need to use geometry patterns to set up your particular TV at it's current location.

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