Sony Kv28ls35 Rgb Shift

Achy

Active Member
Is it possible to alter the RGB shift through the normal user menu, if so how ?

If not, I assume it's a system menu job.

Ta.
 
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Squirrel God

Guest
On my LS60, it's under the Set Up menu > Detail Set Up > RGB Centring. Should be the same on the LS35?

If not, you can only adjust the horizontal positioning for all inputs in the service menu.
 

Achy

Active Member
Hmph....Thanks.

I managed to shift the 'screen' to the right BUT...

On the PS2 it's centered.
On SKY and the DVD Player it's off to far to the right.

All three inputs go into the RGB via a SCART Splitter.

Is there anything I can do about this or do I have to compromise and have it a little out on the PS2 and a little out on SKY and DVD?

I hate having to compromise though !
 
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Squirrel God

Guest
You have to compromise I'm afraid as the LS35 only has one RGB scart. If you had more than one RGB scart, then you could have separate RGB centring settings for each scart socket and it would remember them (as is the case on the LS60).

If you remember your settings though, you'll soon be adjusting the RGB Centring value in the blink of an eye each time you switch between PS2, Sky and DVD :)
 

Achy

Active Member
Cheers,

Do you think you could help me on another related matter....

On the PS2 the very edges (left and right) bend in at the top, by about a cm.

But this only on occurs on some screens, loading screens etc.

It's almost as if it's the widescreen cant cope (Does that make sense?).

When the games playing it's fine. So it's not an intermittent fault it happens on the same screens every time.

But if I switch the display mode across to 4:3 or 14:9 the screen edges are perfect.

What causes this ? and is there anyway to prevent it ?

Thanks.
 
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Squirrel God

Guest
It probably happens with DVDs and other inputs in WIDE mode, just that you haven't noticed it yet. You will always get a little minor bending on widescreen CRTs (horizontal and/or vertical) - 1 cm doesn't sound too bad. You won't be able to correct it in the service menu, as the service menu deals with vertical geometry settings (there are occassionally a couple of horizontal geometry settings in Sony service menus, but they deal with horizontal trapezoid settings, not this sort of problem).
 

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