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what is the different effect in raising lowering:

RCUT

RDRV

R-YR

i know these have to do with red but what exactly does each of these do?

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first is red cut, second is red drive, third dunno what display is it?
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first is red cut, second is red drive, third dunno what display is it?

thanks, but what exactly does each one do if i lower one as opposed to the other? and im on a sony wega trinitron (standard not HD)

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Cuts are for the low end of grayscale.

Drivers are for high end.

Color Decoder for Red . Likely red saturation. Use a red filter or turn other colors off when using this parameter.

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Cuts are for the low end of grayscale.

Drivers are for high end.

Color Decoder for Red . Likely red saturation. Use a red filter or turn other colors off when using this parameter.

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so would lowering the saturation put an end to that glowing red that is annoying? red is way to strong on numerous shows

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Yes ... but you will need to confirm with your eyes.

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ok thanks a lot for the info, really appreciate it. ill be back to bug you if i have any more questions

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ok turns out i have no R-YR in my service menu but can anyone tell me what these stand for?:

RPLU

RPLB

RPLS



appreciate anyone willing to help

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I don't remember the older sony crts, but I do recall finding some service menu lists on those if you google around.

Have you started with a basic calibration first, and do you even know if you have a red push problem? Even with a color decoder that's pushing red, if you lower saturation a little bit from the 'correct' setting viewed via blue on bars, it should be pretty satisfactory. Have you started with this yet?
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