Well, I've found my way into the service menu and found the AXIS control in the VP1 menu.
It was set at 48 (scale from 0 to 63) and when changed definitely affects color balance. Oddly, there is a big jump between two adjacent notches toward the middle of the scale (between 31 and 32 if I remember). The upper number is intensely red and the adjacent number below it is intensely green. It also appears as though 0 and 63 are almost identical.
Anyway, short of just eyeballing it, is there a spot on this AXIS control that best addresses the red push issue?
[ This message was edited by: BillBryant on 2002-11-30 13:45 ]
As far as I know putting the RDRV setting down to about the same as the BDRV and GDRV helps a little.
And the AXPL and AXNT settings both go to one if I remember correctly.
I'd check but my kv24fv12 is out of comission at the moment
Joined: Mar 03, 2003
From: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Posted: 2003-03-21 01:11
I tried the AXIS setting on a 24FV300. When I set it to 31 such that the red is minimized (but still strong), yellow turned greenish. Therefore I put it back to 48. This may not be the cure for red push
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