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Setting Lists In The Color Temp Adj Menu - Sony BVM-D24E1WU, BVM-D24E1WE, BVM-D24E1WA Operation Manual

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B Adjusting the Color Temperature — COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu

Setting Lists in the COLOR TEMP ADJ Menu

This section explains the setting lists displayed in the
menu.
How to read the setting lists
• For purposes of explanation, each setting list is
preceded by a menu number. These numbers are not
displayed on the screen.
For more information about the menu number, see "About
menu numbers" on page 23.
• The arrow mark (
) refers you to another setting list
that appears after you make the setting, or to an
operation that is carried out as a result of the setting.
When there is no arrow mark, the menu does not have
any sub-list.
[B] COLOR TEMP ADJ menu
Select STD, COL 1, COL2, or CH SET.
STD: Use common data (factory setting: D65).
COL1: Use common data (factory setting: D93).
COL2: Use common data (factory setting: D56/D65
CH SET: Use data for each individual channel
(factory setting: D65). Use the numeric keypad to
select the desired channel.
[B1] STD/COL1/COL2/CH SET menu
Select the adjustment method.
MANUAL... : Set with the MANUAL knob.
PROBE... : Set using a probe.
COPY FROM... : Copy data from elsewhere.
[B13]
TRIM... : Perform fine adjustments after setting the
[B14]
color temperature.
[B11] MANUAL menu
Select the adjustment method.
ADJUST... : Adjust the gain and bias. To shift
between gain adjustment and bias adjustment,
press UP/DOWN buttons. Use appropriate knobs
in each adjustment as described below. After the
adjustment, press the ENTER or Ent button to
confirm the adjusted values.
RED: CONTRAST KNOB (Adjust the R gain or
bias with the CONTRAST knob.)
GREEN: BRIGHT KNOB (Adjust the G gain or
bias with the BRIGHT knob.)
BLUE: CHROMA KNOB (Adjust the B gain or
bias with the CHROMA knob.)
LUMINANCE: PHASE KNOB (Adjust
luminance with the PHASE knob.)
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1) D56: BVM-D20F1U/D24E1WU/D32E1WU
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D65: BVM-D20F1E/D20F1A/D24E1WE/D24E1WA/D32E1WE/D32E1WA
ORIGINAL VALUE... : Set the initial value.
[B1]
1)
).
SIGNAL: Select the white signal to be used for
[B11]
[B12]
[B12] PROBE menu
Select the probe for color temperature adjustment.
SONY BKM-14L...: Use the BKM-14L.
GRASEBY SLS 9400...: Use the SLS 9400.
MINOLTA CA-100...: Use the CA-100.
PHILIPS PM 5639...: Use the PM 5639.
THOMA TF6...: Use the TF6.
To reset RED/GREEN/BLUE to the value
before adjustment
When you are adjusting the gain or bias using the
MANUAL adjustment knobs, you can reset the
setting to the one before adjustment by pressing the
corresponding MANUAL button.
To reset all of settings at the same time, press the
PHASE button.
Note
You cannot reset the setting after you press the
ENTER or Ent button.
STD: Use common data (factory setting: D65).
COL1: Use common data (factory setting: D93).
COL2: Use common data (factory setting: D56/
1)
D65
).
CH SET: Use data for a particular channel
(factory setting: D65).
adjustment.
INT: Use an internal signal. Simultaneously with
the adjustment of the gain and bias, the 100
IRE and 20 IRE signals are automatically
switched.
EXT: Use an external input signal. When adjusting
the gain and bias, input the proper signal.
To access the MANUAL menu directly
When the [F2] button is assigned as the short-cut
key to the MANUAL menu, you can directly
access the MANUAL menu that corresponds to the
color temperature setting (STD/COL1/COL2/CH
SET) set to the image on the screen.
For details of how to assign the short-cut key, see " [C4]
Setting the Channel Selection Method, Power-Up
Conditions and Decoder (SET UP 4) — SYSTEM
CONFIGURATION Menu" on page 44.
[B121]
[B122]
[B122]
[B122]
[B122]

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