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|If you do not have access to the colour decoder, then all you can do is eyeball the colour saturation and the tint. The blue filter cannot be trusted on TV's that do not have properly set decoders. The filters are designed to be used on broadcast monitors that work as expected. The filters give correct results on these sets. Since this is rarely the case in consumer products, one has to know when to put down the filter and do it by eye.
If you have access to the colour decoder parameters in the service menu, then you don't really need the AVIA pattern with the flickering boxes. A standard smpte colour bar pattern is enough.
Best done by covering the other two crts ... colour tint ... cover the green and red
Red parameters ... cover green and blue
Green parameters ... cover red and blue
Decoder values in TV's look like R-Y ... B-Y ... R-pha ...etc.
|Originally posted by Michael TLV
Red push attenuators ...
However ... the parameters are all in the service menu to take care of this ...
5 minutes is about all it takes. Depends on competency though.
|Originally posted by gambrelw
Running the COLORG0 parameter at 03 alter your split 50 or middle IREs for red color decoding. You can get by with it set at 01 and things look fine. But, I don't recommend setting it to 03. The best pattern to view the adjustment on is split 100. You will see the COLORG0 set to 01 provides the best saturation and hue balance. COLORG0 set at 00, 02, or 03 provides a higher red saturation than 01. Taking COLORG0 out to 03 almost defeats the purpose of adjusting it at all.
|Originally posted by jimnycricket
You recommend often about doing the search.
I have taken your advise before and tried it here again.
Have you done the search on Hitatchi Red Push?
It takes you to this very thread.
Any other suggestion?