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Adjusting the Picture
Color Temp.
You can set color temperature. Either select one from
"Cool," "Neutral," or "Warm," or set values for each
gain separately.
1
Select "Color Temp." with M/m and press
ENTER.
2
Select the color temperature with M/m and press
ENTER.
Cool: Sets the color temperature to high.
Neutral: Sets the color temperature to neutral.
Warm: Sets the color temperature to low.
Color1 – 3: Sets values for each gain separately.
When you select "Warm," "Neutral," or "Cool,"
the menu returns to the Adjust Picture menu.
When you select "Color1" to "Color3"
(1) Press M/m to move the cursor (yellow) to the
gain that you want to adjust and press ENTER.
(2) Adjust the gain (0 to 100) with M/m/</,
and press ENTER.
The menu returns to the Color Temp. menu.
Color Correct.
Faithfully reproduces a healthy complexion.
1
Select "Color Correct." with M/m and press
ENTER.
The following menu appears on the screen.
PICTURE/SOUND CONTROL
Adjust Picture
Color Correct.:
Off
Off
Gamma Correct.:
On
Mid
Reset
Select
Set
ENTER
2
Select the Color Correct. mode with M/m.
Off: Disables the Color Correct. function.
On: Activates the Color Correct. function.
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Exit
MENU
Gamma Correct.
Balances the light and dark portions of pictures
automatically.
1
Select "Gamma Correct." with M/m and press
ENTER.
The following menu appears on the screen.
PICTURE/SOUND CONTROL
Adjust Picture
Color Correct.:
Off
Gamma Correct.:
Mid
High
Reset
Mid
Low
Select
Set
ENTER
2
Select the Gamma Correct. mode with M/m.
High: Sets the Gamma Correct. to high.
Mid: Sets the Gamma Correct. to medium.
Low: Sets the Gamma Correct. to low.
3
Press ENTER to return to the Adjust Picture
menu.
Exit
MENU

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  • Traci Jul 24, 2018 04:03:
    What if the light comes on but the screen stays black?