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Samsung TX-P3275H default Service Menu settings? Help!

jimandnik
03-04-2005, 07:55 PM
So I went into the service menu for the purpose of disabling velocity modulation, to see if it would make a difference for playing Gran Turismo 4 in 1080i mode. It seemed to make a slight difference. But anyway, before I knew it, I'd messed with all the geometry settings without writing down what they were before I changed everything... Now my picture is jacked up just enough to be really annoying.

Was wondering if anyone has this TV and would be kind enough to post their geometry settings for me??

By the way, you access the Service menu by first turning off the tv, then pressing Mute, 1, 8, 2, Power.

gollum
03-04-2005, 09:55 PM
This is why they did not include those settings on the regular menu...:rolleyes:
Have you tried unplugging the TV from the wall?

jimandnik
03-05-2005, 12:55 PM
Yah I tried the "reset" function in the service menu along with unplugging the tv and leaving it alone for an hour... Settings are still jacked.

Does anyone know how to reset to factory defaults? Or know if the defaults are listed somewhere? Oh and just to be clear, its the divergence settings I need...

cid3
03-05-2005, 02:34 PM
Using the reset function in the service menu just resets your tv's menu settings. I think every tv's divergence settings are different even if the tv model is the same, so the default for one might be different for another. Maybe load up a THX calibration dvd (Star Wars dvd's have it) and go to the square box menu. Maybe you can get it to a watchable setting while having that on the background while in service mode.

RSawdey
03-05-2005, 05:56 PM
Geometry settings don't travel from one device to the next... they are specific for each display. You'll have to learn how to adjust geometry properly or get a pro. I think you've just had a 'learning experience'...