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How to change Vertical Trapezoid setting on 32DX100?

Discussion in 'TVs' started by CharlesElliott, Aug 10, 2002.

  1. CharlesElliott

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    Anyone know how to change this setting? My DX100 geometry is pretty good generally, but the top of the picture is wider than the bottom (sides are pretty straight). This is really annoying on 14:9 pictures.

    The various sites on service modes generally list vertical trapezoid, so it's obviously on some Sony TVs, but the DX100 only seems to have horizontal.

    Anyone managed to change this on a DX100.

    Cheers,

    Charles
     
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    On my LS60 it's just called TRAPEZIUM.

    Maybe the DXs have it hidden under another service mode (there is more than one on Sony TVs). I know the horizontal trapezoid function on the LS60 is not in the 'regular' service menu, only the vertical one is (TRAPEZIUM).

    Have you looked at http://www.kv32tweak.freeuk.com/ ?
     
  3. CharlesElliott

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    Squirrel God,

    That's the strange thing. My DX100 has horizontal trapezoid adjustment, but not vertical.

    I've looked through all the menus but can't see it.

    Cheers,

    Charles
     
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    Charles, I've got the DX100 and I haven't come across this either.
     

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