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    Fine tuning a KV-27FS100 Dashboard
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    Last Reply: January 30, 2003, 11:37 pm

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    mwl001

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    Joined: Sep 10, 2002
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      Posted: 2003-01-30 13:00

    When optimizing my display using an Avia disc, should I shut off the color temperature control? The TV says "warm" is NTSC standard, which is what I want, but doesn't that also increase the amount of red I display? It seemed like my display was a little too red, but again, the menu says it is the NTSC standard. I was wondering if Sony was wrong about this, or what you recommend to get as close to NTSC as possible.

    Thanks!


         


    sonykid

    Rank: Sony Fan


    Joined: Jan 29, 2003
    Posts: 3
    From: Canada

      Posted: 2003-01-30 18:19

    so,
    what did you do about red?

    kid


       
    BillBryant

    Rank: Sony Buff


    Joined: Nov 28, 2002
    Posts: 19
    From: South Dakota

      Posted: 2003-01-30 23:24

    For much better red levels I turned AXNT and AXPL both to 0.

    Using AVIA disc and turning each color gun on by itself you can see that the color decoder isn't perfect. But it makes it much closer to the ideal with AXNT off instead of on.

    At least this is true on my KV-27FS100.


       
    rkkwan

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    Joined: Aug 23, 2002
    Posts: 2623
    From: Houston, TX

      Posted: 2003-01-30 23:37

    I am not a TV tech. But my experience in playing with my earlier Sony 27v42 and now a Samsung is that the color temperature is not diretly related in the color decoding, i.e. they are seperate. So, you are not really adding red in any significant amount when using the "WARM" setting, even though I thought about the same at first.

    -Ray


         
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