Color profile: Disabled
With the brightness adjustment you can control the brightness of the
whole picture. Adjust brightness according to prevalent light
conditions for best picture quality.
Moiré is an interference pattern that makes the screen seem to have
faint lines. A picture that is rasterised or consists of (small) repeating
figures is sensitive to moiré interference. Strong colours are also
liable to intensify moiré.
Adjust Moiré with the SELECT > button until the pattern is
The moiré pattern on the screen does not affect the printout of the
Horizontal and Vertical Convergence
A white line on the screen is made up of red, green and blue lines. If
there are no convergence errors on the picture, the lines will be
exactly overlaid and the resulting colour is white. If there is a
convergence error, separate red, green and/or blue lines will be seen
instead of white.
With Horizontal Convergence you minimise the error in vertical
With Vertical Convergence you minimise the error in horizontal
When you choose Clarity Preset, any user-made settings for clarity
properties are deleted. This function returns the clarity properties
which were set at the factory.
Fri Aug 08 12:48:00 1997
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