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Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by tech838, Sep 2, 2005.

  1. tech838

    tech838
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    hello
    :oops: (god ive been posting alot l8ly)
    does any one know any crt service ppl in or near stoke

    :blush: :blush: or any one who enjoys setting crts up for free :p :p

    Thank You
     
  2. Mad Mr H

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    HI,

    read some of your other posts........

    HAVE YOU BOUGHT A PJ YET?

    if so which one?

    asking for free set up might not be your best start in the world of crt,

    there is much info on the web, much info to gain on this (and other) forums.

    I suggest you try a small amount yourself and then ask when you are really stuck, that will teach you soo much very quickly.

    DONT bother to mount the PJ on the ceiling - even if you want to end up with it there - START with it on a table so you can get to it easily.

    NOW....FINAL perfect set up can only happen if the mounting is 100% correct, as you are new leave that bit till last, learn about the PJ, try and set it up.

    Depending on which you have depends on how easy it will be - did I see you were going to buy a flea bay seleco?

    If so setup is very easy and a reasonable picture is quick to get. As with most things the last 20,10,5 and 1% of perfection take a long time.

    welcome to the wonderful world of crt.
     
  3. tech838

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    thank you this is what i needed to know i dont think i want to mount it anyway
     
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    hello
    also could you tell me is it essential to
    have a scaler
    thank you
     
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    Top advice there from MrH no doubt! It's exactly what I'm in the process of doing - its not too hard and the rewards in doing it yourself are far more satisfying!

    Simon
     

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