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PV500 Service menu Settings

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Korum, Jul 13, 2005.

  1. Korum

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    In my quest to find out how to overscan or horizontally/Vertically adjust the image on a PV500 through the service menu's I've started a thread listing all the settings I can currently find within the 2 service menu's on my 42PV500.

    I really have no idea what most of the settings adjust and I hope some users can shed light upon them and even hopefully find the Holy Grail of the PV500- H-amp/V-amp settings !

    SERVICE MENU 1 OPTIONS:

    Panel Type
    3
    42HD

    Test Pattern
    Access

    Sub Contrast
    412

    Video Gain
    253

    All-Drive
    252

    R-Drive
    252

    G-Drive
    252

    B-Drive
    213

    All-Cutoff
    128

    R-Cutoff
    128

    G-Cutoff
    128

    B-Cutoff
    128

    Sub-Bright
    2062

    APL Mult
    20

    SPL Gain
    0

    TXT ADJ.
    Access

    TXT 10V Red
    106

    TXT 10V Green
    105

    TXT 10V Blue
    105

    TXT 05V Red
    168

    TXT 05V Green
    168

    TXT 05V Blue
    166

    SD AUTO CHECK
    Access

    SERVICE MENU 2 OPTIONS:

    Y/C Delay
    2

    OPTION 1 (01)
    OPTION 2 (10)
    OPTION 3 (28)
    OPTION 4 (71)
    OPTION 5 (2B)
    OPTION 6 (B3)
    OPTION 7 (08)
    OPTION 8 (80)
    OPTION 9 (00)
    OPTION 10 (80)
    OPTION 11 (93)
    OPTION 12 (80)
    OPTION 13 (00)

    Sub Colour
    41

    Hours
    0000

    When scrolling through the 13 listed options on service menu 2 they are laid out as follows:

    OPTION 1 (01)
    7 6 5 4 3 2 1
    0 0 0 0 0 0 1

    The value in brackets is determined by pressing numbers 1 through 7 on the remote control which sets the value below the number to 0 or 1.I've tried changing values on all 13 options but none seem to make any difference to the image.​
     

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