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a technician came today. he put a signal generator in one of the tv's inputs
and after he looked at the curves for a minute he said that this is
acceptable on a dlp TV and can not be adjusted.
I am kind disappointed that this is expected on a $3.500 TV
"Art" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> That is specifically why I posted my initial reply, actual case symptoms
> and rectification per the help of the manufacturers respective service
> technical lines. I have done quite a few DLP and LCD Rear Projection
> Monitors devices in this manner and in almost every case resolved the
> symptom to the sastification of the consumer.
> <paul-NOZPAM@paulkienitz.net> wrote in message
>> Art wrote:
>>> J.C. may I professionally ask how to converge an DLP SET??
>> I don't think there's any way to adjust this with DLP. If this were a
>> CRT-based TV you could adjust it electronically; if it were a LCD-based
>> projector it would probably be the fault of the lens and therefore
>> incurable... a DLP projector just shouldn't have such a problem! If it
>> does, I sure don't know a cure.