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      Posted: 2003-04-10 14:04

    Just had the Sony tech work on the geometry problems on my FS100. Using a few service menu adj. and about 5 magnets on the tube, and adjusting the yoke, he was able to minimize the problems. FWIW, he said anything over 32" is almost impossible to get a perfect picture--the flat screen necessarily means convergence and geometry are difficult to correct in the corners. He even said he refused to use his employee discount to buy his friend a 40 inch direct view set because he knew the picture wouldn't be good enough for his friend. For best picture, he recommended a projection set. He also said that consumer expectations are too high for TVs. No way to get all the features people want at the price they are willing to spend AND have a perfect picture.

    Also, he reduced RCUT from 35 to 25.


       


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