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    Moderated By: claudio
    Agoraquest Forum Index Television Configuration
      
    Turning off scanning velocity modulation Dashboard
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    Last Reply: May 23, 2005, 8:31 am

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    Author Turning off scanning velocity modulation
    murph255

    Rank: Sony Buff


    Joined: Mar 01, 2003
    Posts: 17
    From: OHIO

      Posted: 2003-03-06 23:01

    I have a KP-46WT500. In my research on how best to calibrate the TV, I have come across the suggestion to turn off the scanning velocity modulation (SVM). I believe the Avia disc also suggests this.

    In looking through the service manual I cannot find any referance to this. Does Sony call it by another name? Is it worth worring about?


       


    nino1919

    Rank: Sony Buff


    Joined: Nov 28, 2002
    Posts: 11
    From: New Jersey

      Posted: 2003-03-07 00:13

    By setting your pic to Pro mod, you turn off SVM. this i'm positive off. I have the same set. If you want to turn it off for other pic modes, you can do that by accessing the SM. 2150P-3 UVML= in pro it is 0 which is off and in movie it is set to 1. Standard=2 and vivid=3


        
    paulaceto

    Rank: Sony Legend


    Joined: Dec 14, 2001
    Posts: 1211
    From: Rhode Island, USA

      Posted: 2003-03-07 05:50

    Sony calls it Velocity Modulation Scanning.


         
    murph255

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    Joined: Mar 01, 2003
    Posts: 17
    From: OHIO

      Posted: 2003-03-07 20:34

    Thanks for the information. One other question, should I set this to 0 in all modes? Will it improve the picture?

    Thanks again.


       
    paulaceto

    Rank: Sony Legend


    Joined: Dec 14, 2001
    Posts: 1211
    From: Rhode Island, USA

      Posted: 2003-03-08 07:03

    There are differing opinions on this one. Most say to turn it off. I find that the lowest setting looks best for me. Why not try the adjustment that is part of the on-screen menu and see which setting you like.


         
    nino1919

    Rank: Sony Buff


    Joined: Nov 28, 2002
    Posts: 11
    From: New Jersey

      Posted: 2003-03-09 21:54

    just use Pro mode as it is already turned off. If you need a little more enhancement, than use Movie.


        
    brady

    Rank: Sony Devotee


    Joined: May 21, 2004
    Posts: 50
    From: belgium

      Posted: 2005-03-25 16:24

    hi
    i have read a lot of your forums but did not find how to disable svm on my kv32fx68 there is no entry of that kind in service mode does someone knows how to disable it

    thanx
    brady


         
    Borabora

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    Joined: Mar 18, 2004
    Posts: 1027
    From: Vanished

      Posted: 2005-03-29 02:24

    Hello,

    in -FX68 models, you can't switch off Velocity Modulation.

    When you want to disable it, you can simply disconnect the plug from connector CM7445 on the VM-board. This is a small rectangular board at the bottom of the deflection coil.

    Regards,

    Bora.


       
    brady

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    Joined: May 21, 2004
    Posts: 50
    From: belgium

      Posted: 2005-04-18 16:05

    and is it better with or without vm????


         
    brady

    Rank: Sony Devotee


    Joined: May 21, 2004
    Posts: 50
    From: belgium

      Posted: 2005-05-23 04:50

    thanx for this info

    before i open the tv is it realy just a plug that has to be removed ore does it have to be cut off


         
    Borabora

    Rank: Sony Legend


    Joined: Mar 18, 2004
    Posts: 1027
    From: Vanished

      Posted: 2005-05-23 08:31



    Hello,

    the plug can only be removed from the connector it's plugged in, it's not necessary to cut anything. When you want to reuse VM again, simply put the connector back.

    The reference number of the connector is CN7445, not CM7445.

    Regards,

    Bora.


       
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