Disabling SVM on Toshiba 36HF72?

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  1. Adam Nixon

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    Is it possible to disable SVM on the newer Toshiba direct views (such as 32HF72 or 36HF72)? I know that the HFX models have a selectable adjustment, I'm just trying to figure out of the others can. They're priced fairly well, and I'm considering a purchase provided it can be tweaked.
     
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    Typically, selecting the movie setting turns the SVM off.

    Selecting Sports ... makes it active ...

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    Michael -- thanks for the prompt response. I read that the same fix works for Toshiba's projection models, I wasn't aware it also applied to their direct view sets. I'm VERY close to making a purchase -- have you worked on any of Toshiba's progressive scan direct views?
     
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    Yes ... calibrate nicely and quickly. Limited to grayscale anduser control items with a few geometry items too .

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