Originally Posted by MitchPope
I would like to do a reset to my 101, but I can't get my panel to connect with Hyperterminal. I have ControlCal, but it won't let me uncheck HEX input. I have been able to get KuroControl to work, but I only get text strings as a response, not sure how to display it on screen.
These are what my current values are for reference, it has about 9625 hours:
128 VOL SUS
113 VOL OFFSET
039 VOL RST P
085 VOL XPOPS1
063 VOL XPOFS2
138 VOL YKNOFS1 D
128 VOL YKNOFS3 D
149 VOL YKNOFS4 D
128 VOL YKNOFSA D
We need more of these settings thanks for posting them.
People posted a lot of their settings over two years ago when the red tint thread started then it practicaly stopped althogether.
All these default settings/numbers are exactly the same as my 500M (except for RSTP which is 13 i believe if i remember rightly)... These are identical to my default KRP500(A) also (except for RSTP again which was 18)which was afflicted with raised MLL and red tint before i fixed it eventualy.
I believe the main differences between the KRPA "tv" and the ELITE monitors and KRP monitors lies in the way their address set up driving/settings are set up differently to the tv's along with a couple of other minor but different nevertheless settings to be given the "monitor" label. These settings are found in the PANEL FUNCTION option. But I truly believe that the ADDRESS settings are truly only for plasma engineers. These are far more complex than the voltages we are playing about with and are very complex as to what they do and how and why.
Also a few things are very different in the PAN - 2 ADJ on the KRP monitor in stark contrast to the KRP tv media box version. ABL only one of quite a few.
On the second voltage page below YKNOFSAD... Starting with RESET1ST_KSB 128...Presumably all the numbers are 128 also same as here ? - i believe all of these are the same across all KURO models afaik
Which reminds me - there are two voltages on that second page that had an effect on static misfiring on the KRPA. It's a long time ago now but it cleared a couple of small artefacts on white parts of the image like little blue lazy pixels and a few remaining static/flickering red/magenta pixels/misfiring. I believe the voltages were the Y SUS B and X SUS B.
But in reality i discoved the effects of these after about the third practice reset of the 500A...But by the last one i had narrowed it down to the four voltages on the first page (YKNOFSAD, VOL SUS, YKNOFS3D and YKNOFSAD) i have mentioned many times by now and didnt really have any need for these two voltages on the second page.