Avia disc question

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  1. Paul Z

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    Hi Guys,
    Just a quick question on that avia disc I've been seeing brought up on this site. Please excuse my lack of knowledge on this but is this disc something all rptv owners should have to maximize performnce of their sets or is it's purpose limited to specific problems. I don't really understand how it works. Thanks, Paul
     
  2. TommyL

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    Its a must have for all rptv owners...I wouldn't have a tv without it..makes a big difference, and helps out a lot with audio...its tough to ear/eyeball things when this 20 buck disk can do it all for ya correctly[​IMG] my advise...runa nd grab it...tom
     
  3. Paul Z

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    Thanks alot for the advice. I'll do just that !
     
  4. Chris Tedesco

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    How about someone who owns a CRT? Is the disk useful for us too?
     
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    Chris:

    Yes. It is very useful for any type of CRT set. It allows you to adjust the black and white levels (contrast) and the tint and hue (color) of any set.

    Parker
     
  6. Paul Z

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    Hey, went to order the avia disc from Amazon and it's titled 1999. Is this the right one or is there a newer version ? Thanks for the help, Paul
     
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