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9.
After adjustment is finished, press the
"MUTING" + "ENTER" buttons on the
remote to write the data to memory.
2-22 WARM WHITE BALANCE
ADJUSTMENT
1.
Enter the service mode.
2.
Display an all-white raster through any
video input.
3.
Set the color temperature to WARM.
4.
Set the color to minimum.
5.
Select adjustment category "2150P-1".
6.
Alternately adjust item # 12 "RDOF" and
item # 14 "BDOF" to give the white
picture a slight bluish tint.
7.
Display a 30 IRE raster (dark gray).
8.
Alternately adjust item # 7 "RCOF" and
item # 9 "BCOF" to give the gray picture
a slight bluish tint.
9.
After adjustment is finished, press the
"MUTING" + "ENTER" buttons on the
remote to write the data to memory.
2-23 USING THE INTERNALLY
GENERATED PATTERNS
The TV can internally generate various patterns
in various formats (480i, 480p, 1080i, 720p).
These patterns can be used in place of those
which would otherwise require an HDTV RF
pattern generator. These internal patterns
cannot be used in place of the 480i, 480p,
and 1080i component (Y/Pb/Pr) pattern
signals called for in some of the previous
picture adjustment sections. For these, a DVD
player with progressive scan capability and a test
DVD disc having various patterns is
recommended.
To display the internal patterns follow this
procedure:
1.
Tune the TV to any DTV channel.
There does not have to be a DTV
broadcast active at this time. Simply
use the remote control to direct-tune a
DTV channel, for example channel "2.1"
Be sure to use the decimal point or "dot"
button on the remote, and make sure
the number after the decimal point is "1"
or higher. Do not be concerned if the
words "Now Tuning" or "No Signal"
appear on the screen.
2.
Turn the TV off, then enter the service
mode.
3.
Select category "DTV".
4.
Select adjustment item # 1 "PATN".
5.
Select the pattern you want to display by
changing the data in "PATN" as follows:
"0" = 1080i black screen.
"1" = 1080i cross-hatch w/ size markers.
"2" = 1080i 1/2 color bars, 1/2 gray
sweep.
"3" = 1080i white window.
"4" = 1080i color bars.
"5" = 1080i white raster.
"6" = 1080i 1/2 0 IRE field, 1/2 10 IRE
field.
"7" = 1080i gray scale.
"8" = 1080i frequency response.
"9" = 1080i gray raster.
"10" = 1080i diagonal lines.
"11" = 480i cross-hatch w/ size markers.
"12" = 480i 1/2 color bars, 1/2 gray
sweep.
"13" = 480i white window.
"14" = 480i color bars.
"15" = 480i white raster.
"16" = 480i 1/2 0 IRE field, 1/2 10 IRE
field.
"17" = 480i gray scale.
"18" = 480i frequency response.
"19" = 480i gray raster.
"20" = 480i diagonal lines.
"21" = 480p cross-hatch w/ size
markers.
"22" = 480p 1/2 color bars, 1/2 gray
sweep.
"23" = 480p white window.
"24" = 480p color bars.
"25" = 480p white raster.
"26" = 480p 1/2 0 IRE field, 1/2 10 IRE
field.
"27" = 480p gray scale.
"28" = 480p frequency response.
"29" = 480p gray raster.
"30" = 480p diagonal lines.
"31" = 720p cross-hatch w/ size
markers.
"32" = 720p 1/2 color bars, 1/2 gray
sweep.
"33" = 720p white window.
"34" = 720p color bars.
"35" = 720p white raster.
"36" = 720p 1/2 0 IRE field, 1/2 10 IRE
field.
"37" = 720p gray scale.
"38" = 720p frequency response.
"9" = 720p gray raster.
"40" = 720p diagonal lines.
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