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What are the optimum color settings using the advanced menu to set the hue saturation gamma basic red green blue backlight noise reduction

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SOURCE: color on vizio 37" lcd

I would recommend a Main board replacement.

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SOURCE: Color Hue tends toward green

Sounds like a bad optical block

Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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SOURCE: no blue color, green replaced blue, white is yellow/green

Hello,

If the set is hooked up using Component cables (red, green, blue), then check to make sure the cables are hooked up correctly, and not defective (change them out). If the color problem remains, then the problem may be in the Optics block of the television (which is not unheard of in this unit).

If the menu of the TV displays blotchy discoloration, and the discoloring is the same for every input on the tv (stationary), then it is the Optics, and the optics need to be changed. It is not the easiest job in the world, and the block itself is quite expensive, although the unit my be under an extended warranty from Sony. Contact them directly to see if you can get any help (cost or service-wise). Hope this helps...

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SOURCE: I have a green and red hue on the tv, channels can

Check all cables to make sure they are firmly inserted into the connectors on the back of the tv and your source components.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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SOURCE: I need the appropriate settings

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there is no apropriate settings it depend how you like your picture

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I have a hitachi 50c20 tv and it has a red tint/hue across the whole screen


Are you using component cables into the TV? It sounds like one of the 3 video cables may have come out saturating the red colors. Check your cabling int he back of the TV, see if you remove 1 by one if that changes the colors. Each cable on its own should have a picture with either red green or blue colors. If any of them are missing the picture then the colors will get messed up when all 3 are plugged in. If you are not using component cables then check the color settings on your TV. Somewhere int he menu of the television you should have something like picture display settings that let you adjust the colors. Check and make sure that the reds are not over configured or the others are not set too low. You may also want to check that your source is proper as well. Check that other sources look okay or if it is with all different connectors/sources that the issue occurs on.

Oct 15, 2013 | Televison & Video

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Hi I am having problems with the color settings on my Polaroid HDTV Model 3700. I went into the settings and screwed up the Red, Green and Blue settings. I was trying make some adjustments and now the...


Hi,

If you go to the Video Settings again where you altered the hue and saturation, there is an option for "Picture Mode". It probaby says "User" at the moment, but if you highlight this option and then use the RIGHT arrow key to change it to "Vivid" or "Hi-Bright", this should undo all of the changes you previously made and give you a good base to work from when re-adjusting.

There are no "correct" numbers as it's down to your own preference and varies according to the lighting conditons in the room where you use the TV. You should only ever make very minor adjustments to any of these settings and check the picture on the screen after making each adjustment and before making any others.

Hope this helps - please let me know if you need further assistance.

Regards,
BElectric

Feb 17, 2011 | Polaroid FLM-3734B 37 in. LCD HDTV

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I have a sony kdf-46e2000, there is a pinkish stripe on the top and bottom of the screen, what is causing that?


Looks to me as an serious (but not uncommon) PSP board problem with Sony plasmas. Contact a Sony service center.

What problems have people had with quality control on these displays? Are they covered under warranty?
  1. Certain displays emitted an extremely loud buzz. This was covered by warranty repair.
  2. Certain displays had a problem with the Y/C delay on their S-video input. This was also correctable.
  3. One person reported red vertical lines on his display. Was this covered by warranty? Was it an input problem or a pixel problem?
  4. Afew bad pixels here and there are not covered under warranty. Largeclusters are generally covered. It's up to Sonys discretion. On the plus side, however, bad pixels are becoming increasingly rare. Mostpeople are reporting no bad pixels at all!
CALIBRATINGWhat needs to be calibrated on a plasma?
You needto calibrate most of the same things that need to be calibrated onother displays. About the only things that don't need to be done areconvergence and geometry. You can usually tinker with picture size andposition, but there's no need to deal with keystone or pincushionadjustments, etc.What is white level? What is black level? How are they adjusted?
Theadjustment for white level is usually labeled "Picture" (as onPanasonics) or "Contrast". "Brightness", on the other hand, refers tothe black level. Yes, this is apallingly counter intuitive. This FAQuses the terms "white level" and "black level", since they betterdescribe what you're actually adjusting, and they're the terms used byAvia and Video Essentials.
How do I adjust hue and saturation?
In another mysterious choice of terms, hue is controlled by the "Tint" setting,and saturation is controlled by the "Color" setting. This FAQ uses theterms "hue" and "saturation", since they're the terms used by Avia andVideo Essentials.
How do I set the white level on a plasma?
Youset the white level by adjusting the "Picture" setting. You will needto use a different test pattern than you would for a CRT. For both plasma displays and LCD displays, you should use the 10 IRE grayscalestep pattern. There are two criteria you want to match on your plasma.
First,you need to make sure the white level is low enough that your displayisn't thresholding (or clamping) bright levels. You should set thewhite level low enough that you can see each of the 10 IRE stepsdistinctly. The Sony seem not to exhibit clamping (in my limitedexperience), even at factory defaults, so this criterion may not beterribly useful.
Second, for the health of your display (e.g.to avoid burn-in), you should turn down the white level. Just becauseyour display can display blindingly bright pictures doesn't mean that it should. Plasma displays should be set between 21 fl and 25 fl light output; the Sony comeout of the factory at about 30 fl. On one ISF-calibrated Sony, 23fl was roughly equivalent to a Picture setting of -20 (in the usermenu, not the service menu). To set this precisely you'll need to bringin a calibration specialist, but you can do a lot of good by justdialing down the white level a lot. After seeing the display at 30 fl,23 fl will see very dim. But after a while, you'll find that 23 fl isplenty bright.
How do I set the black level on a plasma?
Youset the black level by adjusting the "Brightness" setting. You can usethe same test pattern you would use for any other display.
How do I calibrate grayscale (calibrate the color temperature)?
Unfortunately,this is one you can't do yourself. You need special equipment tomeasure the color. In fact, most ISF technicians lack the equipmentspecific to plasma calibration (a $15K gadget known as aspectroradiometer). But even the standard color measurement equipment(which calibrationists do have) will do a great job.
Thatsaid, one person who had his Sony display calibrated by an ISF specialist said that the Cinema / Warm setting was reasonably close to6500K out of the box. Using that setting is probably the best you'll doon your own.
If you're really determined to screw up yourdisplay, the RGB drive and cutoff settings in the service menu are used to adjust the color temperature.
How do I adjust the color decoder?
There are several issues here. Generally speaking, the Panasonic decoder seems topush blue a bit. The R-Y Axis Angle and B-Y Axis Gain in the servicemenu are used to correct this behavior.
There used to be aproblem on some Panasonics with the Y/C delay on the S-video input. Seethe Quality Control section for more information.
How do I adjust the gamma?
On the industrial model, there is a set of Advanced picture settings. Go to the Picture menu, turn Advanced on, and then hit the down-arrow. In the subsequentmenu you can adjust quite a few parameters, including select from a fewgamma settings.
This advanced menu appears to be missing from the consumer model.
How do I calibrate my consumer model given these missing menus?
Thereis apparently a way to activate these menus. Perhaps you can find acalibrationist or Panasonic technician would can turn them on longenough to do the calibration.
What's the overall calibration procedure?
In general, the order Avia sets out is the correct one. A more complete list is:
  1. White level (picture)
  2. Black level (brightness)
  3. Repeat (1) and (2) until you have a good balance.
  4. Grayscale (requires special hardware and mucking about in the service menu)
  5. Sharpness
  6. Hue and Saturation (tint and color)
  7. Color decoder (requires use of the service menu)
  8. Repeat (6) and (7) for red and green until you have a good balance.
SERVICE MENUHow do I access the service menu?
In a word, don't. See the service menu warningabove. If you're bound and determined to make use of the service menu,buy the service manual. It contains more than enough information foryou to ruin your display and/or kill yourself.

Aug 18, 2009 | Sony Grand WEGA KDF-42WE655 42" Rear...

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How to adjust color on sk-32h570d


This is from the MANUAL
www.westinghousedigital.com/pdf/197_User_Manual.pdf

PAGE 27

A-1 Settings
Use the Settings sub-menu options to manually adjust the display quality. Use the ◄/► keys to adjust the
option level.
Adjust the luminance level.
Adjust the brightness to darkness ratio.
Adjust the balance of the red, green, and blue colors in the display.
Adjust the color intensity.
Adjust the sharpness or softness of the display.
Adjust the brightness level of the screen backlight.


AND this is from the troubleshooting procedures in the manual

PAGE 64


Wrong, abnormal or missing colors

・ If any colors (red, green or blue) are missing, check the video cable to make sure it is securely connected. Loose or broken pins in the cable connector could cause an improper connection.
・ Press and select Picture | Settings to adjust the Hue and Saturation settings. You can also select
Picture | Advanced to adjust the Color Temperature settings.
・Connect the TV to another computer and check if the problem is with the computer screen.


Other than that there is no mention of color adjustment

May 08, 2009 | Westinghouse Electric SK-32H570D 32 in....

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42" sony plasma wont power on


I don't think Sony makes a Wega Plasma. Sony did make a plasma about 7 years ago but it wasn't Wega. Are you sure it's not Grand Wega SXRD or Lcd type

Apr 13, 2009 | Sony Grand WEGA KF50WE610 50" Rear...

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Sony projection Tv KP-65XBR10W has no picture or sound


I had a Sony recommended serviceman come in to analyze te same problem for me. Turned out to be a major part called the 'D' board. Cost for part around $400 if it could still be gotten and at least $300 in labor. Goodbye TV! My money will be better spent on a replacement LCD/Plasma TV since prices are dropping and picture quality will be dramatically better than the old beast.

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Pink shade more in NEC WT-610 PROJECTOR


Using the on screen menu, check the hue or wall color settings. [Hue]
Varies the color level from +/- green to +/-blue. The red level is used as reference. This adjustment is only valid for
Video, Component and TV standard inputs (not valid for RGB and DVI digital).


Using the Wall Color Correction [Wall Color]
This function allows for quick adaptive color correction in applications where the screen material is not white.
The following nine options are available.
• OFF • Blackboard
• Blackboard (Gray) • Light yellow
• Light green • Light blue
• Sky blue • Light rose
• Pink

Dec 30, 2008 | NEC WT610 DLP Projector

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I am on MS paint and i want a copper color. What are the codes for getting that copper color? example Hue: Red: Sat: Green: Lum: Blue:


Check out this setting for Copper color in Paint :
Hue: 27 Sat: 127 Lum: 124
Let me know if this fullfil your requirement. Otherwise you can edit the color yourself by clicing on Colors Menu --> Edit Colors --> Define Customs Color --> Then move the cursor to select the Color.
You can add this color in the Color Pallete to get in work. Let me know if you face difficulty, I will assist you further .
Vote if you get the exact solution for which you are looking for.

Thanks Scott

Dec 07, 2008 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Picture calibration settings for 42lg70


Picture Menu
Picture Mode: Expert1
*Backlight: 16
*Contrast: 83
*Brightness: 53
Sharpness: 50
*Color: 55
*Tint: 0
Expert Control
  • Fresh Contrast: Off
  • Noise Reduction: Medium
  • Gamma: Medium
  • Black Level: Low
  • Real Cinema: On
  • TruMotion: Low
  • Color Standard: HD (N/A w/HDMI)
  • White Balance: Warm
  • **Method: 10-Point IRE
    • 10 IRE
      • **Red: 1
      • **Green: 2
      • **Blue: -16
    • 20 IRE
      • **Red: -6
      • **Green: 0
      • **Blue: -7
    • 30 IRE
      • **Red: -5
      • **Green: 0
      • **Blue: -4
    • 40 IRE
      • **Red: -8
      • **Green: 0
      • **Blue: -4
    • 50 IRE
      • **Red: -4
      • **Green: 4
      • **Blue: -4
    • 60 IRE
      • **Red: -6
      • **Green: 6
      • **Blue: -5
    • 70 IRE
      • **Red: -8
      • **Green: 3
      • **Blue: -10
    • 80 IRE
      • **Red: -8
      • **Green: 7
      • **Blue: -16
    • 90 IRE
      • **Red: -9
      • **Green: 5
      • **Blue: -18
    • 100 IRE
      • **Red: -10
      • **Green: 4
      • **Blue: -9
Color Management System
  • Red Color: 0
  • Red Tint: 0
  • Green Color: 0
  • Green Tint: -15
  • Blue Color: 0
  • Blue Tint: 11
  • Yellow Color: 15
  • Yellow Tint: 2
  • Cyan Color: -15
  • Cyan Tint: 0
  • Magenta Color: 0
  • Magenta Tint: -1

lg70 nice tv excellent processor just to bad there is no intensity control on color management oh well still better than what the three s are pushing block out the hype lg will be number 1 in a few years haters are starting to come around and well leds coming,

p.s. i dont work for lg just tired of losers bashing stuff because they dont own it.
im isf certified those settings are right on the money straighter than a ruler

Oct 05, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Sony Plasma KDE-P42XS1 Television


We had the same problem discovered it was the TV bulb was going out. Thought the light would blink before that happened according to the book but found out it only blinks when it goes out completely. Buy the bulb and put it in yourself, it's easy and will save you at least $100.00

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