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This is something that has been bugging me. I know that as you adjust PowerStrip it changes the geometry of the picture on your TV. My geometry seems a little off on my TV. In the bottom corners its worse than other places on the screen. When I have a Window open I can also tell that the sides aren't perfectly straight lines. I know how to get into my TV to adjust the geometry but haven't did that yet. What I'm curious about is if I adjust my geometry am I only adjusting it for the PowerStrip resolution/timing I'm using? If I change to another resolution or timing will that throw off my geometry again? What about convergence and overscan? I have a Toshiba 51HX83.
 

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For the older Toshiba's like mine, 40x81, there were separate convergence and geometry memories for true HD inputs (540p/1080i) and 480i/p inputs.


I believe on the newer sets like yours there is only one convergence memory.


Either way, you should send it a stable reference signal when you are doing the convergence.
 
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