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post #1 of 5 Old 11-14-2002, 12:44 PM - Thread Starter
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Title says it all. This could be done on the LT150, but I haven't heard about it with the LT240. Thanks.

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If you go into the menu and turn Peak White to zero this will turn off the white segment. Try Guy Kuo's spoon trick to verify. Hold a large silver spoon about a foot or so in front of the lens, waving it back and forth as fast as you can. You need to project a white image while doing this (IRE 100 screen on the AVIA calibration disc is a good place to start). With peak white off you'll see the three colours plus black. With it on you should see the three colours plus silver.

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Do you need a silver spoon or will a stainless steel spoon do?

Sorry, I couldn't resist. Everytime I think of you hunkered down in front of that projector waving a spoon around I dissolve into giggles. Not at all appropriate for a grown man. :D

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Thanks Grant.

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Born with a silver spoon in front of his DLP I guess. :)

Actually, just about anything will work for this purpose. I have used my hand for example to check out a color wheel.
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