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HELP with 36fs76 Geometry

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by AV ADDICT, Nov 11, 2002.

  1. AV ADDICT

    AV ADDICT
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    Please help.

    Just got my tv and find that if i rotate the vertical into alignment then the horizontal part is out and vice versa.
    Therefore I can't get both axes correct.

    Also in the RGB menu I can't centralise the image perfectly.

    Can anyone help me please?!!


    Love,

    KV
     
  2. mh66639

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    Humn I don't recall having your problems with my two sets.

    I needed to rotate "-1" and to center "-10" or "+10" on the RGB setup menu.

    Do you need to rotate so much?

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    Thanks for your reply.

    I find that RGB =+10 still doesn't centralise a grid on my video essentials disk.-10 to 0 is definitely wrong 4 my tv.

    The rotation is a problem. I can get either vertical correct or horizontal but not both.

    It's worse to align vertical cos the horizontal lines then really result in a thck band on the right and thin on the left side of the screen.
    Thus, I have compromised and aligned the horizontal so the black bands at least are of even thickness all the way across the screen.

    Am I asking too much for the lines to be correct on a 36'' tv?

    What do I do please?

    KV
     

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