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post #1 of 4 Old 07-20-2002, 08:38 PM - Thread Starter
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i'd like to fix the overscan on my new sony. it's more than 5% on the left and close to 10% on the right. i'd like to get them to both be 5%. can somebody point me to where in the service menu i can fix this?

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i'd like to fix the overscan on my new sony. it's more than 5% on the left and close to 10% on the right. i'd like to get them to both be 5%. can somebody point me to where in the service menu i can fix this?

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HPOS VPOS ? Not sure if I remember correctly ? I would order the service menu and go over everything, redpush, blacklevel, pincushion etc. Sounds like you have Avia or Vid ess already, head over to agoraquest.com forum.
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does changing those just move the picture left to right, or can i move one side without effecting the other?

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There should be settings for WIDTH, HEIGHT, VERTICAL POSTION, HORIZONTAL POSITION to adjust for overscan. Similar to adjusting the raster on a PC video monitor. You shrink the width and height so all sides are visible, then adjust the postion controls to center it, then expand width and height till it is just off the screen.
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