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your 4805 settings

pioneerman

Prominent Member
would any 4805 owners like to post their settings which might help me to improve on the pic. also in the settings i know what the red blue and green gain is but what is offset?:confused:
 

shogun

Established Member
You may find this link of some use for a review and suggested basic set up guidelines of your sp4805 projector.

http://www.projectorcentral.com/infocus_screenplay_4805.htm

I have my sp4805 connected to my Sony DVD player via component input connections and have adjusted the colour image on the projector to match these colour settings recommended on this web site.

The picture colour and skin tones to me now looks more natural and a vast improvement on the manufactures factory settings.

Give it a try and see if you notice any improvement to your current picture settings.
 

pioneerman

Prominent Member
shogun said:
You may find this link of some use for a review and suggested basic set up guidelines of your sp4805 projector.

http://www.projectorcentral.com/infocus_screenplay_4805.htm

I have my sp4805 connected to my Sony DVD player via component input connections and have adjusted the colour image on the projector to match these colour settings recommended on this web site.

The picture colour and skin tones to me now looks more natural and a vast improvement on the manufactures factory settings.

Give it a try and see if you notice any improvement to your current picture settings.
thanks vast improvement :thumbsup:
 

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