Originally Posted by jimmyp1974
Hi everyone I am here again to post my disappointment about pixel alignment and focus of a JVC RS35 pre-owned that I just bought. I owned a RS25 in perfect condition great picture quality but not perfect focus. A friend of mine bought a HD990 and I was impressed by its perfect focus and alignment. I had the opportunity to get a RS35 and I was expecting the same result. Unfortunately even with some tweaking the alignment is not perfect as well as the focus. It looks closer to my ex 25 than my friend’s HD990. I am disappointed and willing to return it. I am wondering, am I unlucky or it may happen that even the 35 can show pixel alignment and focus issues? Thank you very much
Have you turned off all digital adjustments such as keystone, pincushion etc? I'd start with alignment and align it to the center. Then display a pixel pattern at 1080p and focus to that. You should be able to see the pixel grid in the white background on your screen. Also, if that thing has eshift, turn it off for focusing (although I think this is prior to eshift days).
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