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Hoya and component compensation on AE100

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Rymdis, Jun 22, 2004.

  1. Rymdis

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    Is there any way to compensate the colors green and blue when using a hoya filter and a component connection, accessing only colortemp and tint on the AE100? Or MUST i have the VGA connection to do this?

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  2. theritz

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    Hi and welcome to the forums........

    Using the VGA connection is the only way I know to access the RGB controls. Apart from the benefits of using a pc, I find using the hoya filter with appropriate adjustment to the colour balance makes a really big difference to the image performance.


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    If i in "component" mode slide the tint option to the right, the image gets
    more greenish..

    ...and if i also use cold colortemp to get more blue,
    wouldn't this be almost the same as accessing the RGB
    options in VGA mode?
     
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    It's ages since I used the component-in on the AE100 so I can't really say. Effectively when you use the filter you need to increase the Green and Blue elements to restore the white balance. I doubt whether you can achieve this in the way you outline, but you can try it and see...............


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