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quadscan pro in/out fillter removal

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by crtbob, Sep 4, 2002.

  1. crtbob

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    hi

    does anyone know where i can have the filter's removed on the input and output of my quadscan pro to make the image sharper on my 1270.

    thanks

    Mark
     
  2. Gordon @ Convergent AV

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    Contact OWL service dept and get a price. They are in Uckfield West Sussex

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    thanks Gordon shot them an e mail
     
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    last week I pm'ed a guy on avs who said he has some pics of the filters that need removing , should be a very easy job if you want me to forward them to you.


    thats if i get a reply :rolleyes:
     
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    do they remove both sets of filters or just the input filters that were added to later models ???
     
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    I'm pretty sure it's both.

    Mike P sent me some pics too. I can't find them on my laptop just now. It's de-soldering of surface mount components though. Not for the faint of heart. It is D-I-Y able but if you've never soldered and don't have the tools I wouldn't.

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    Gordon if you do manage to track them down maybe you would be kind enough to forward them on to me, as it has been nearly a fortnight since i asked the guy on avs and still not had a reply.

    I have the tools to remove them, but agree that if you have little soldering skills it is probably best to leave alone or get done by someone who has.
     
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    well i still havent been able to find anything out about this, please help me.....i'm nearly begging

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    thanks for looking Gordon. i will keep looking
     

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