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Need help ! I screwed in service menu :(

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Domi, Oct 19, 2002.

  1. Domi

    Domi Auditioning

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    I have cured my oversqueeze problem on my Sony 32FV27 by changing ASP1 in the service menu. I have forgotten to turn the squeeze OFF before writing the modification in the memory. Now TPM DVD FBI's warning( with a red backgroud) is letterboxed instead off full screen.

    I my memory giving me problems. Can someone with this set tell me if that warning is letterboxed or full screen ? I swear that it is supposed to be full screen and when I start to film, the TV catch the flag to squeeze.

    Does someone know how to revert back to "squeeze when only needed" mode ?

    Thanks

    Doiminic
     
  2. Joe Tilley

    Joe Tilley Supporting Actor

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    What are you referring to by Over squeeze??
    If you are referring to the fact that it has a thicker bar than others it is supposed to as the films aspect ratio is 2.35:1.
    BTW, if I rember correctley the warning is also presented in 2.35 as most anmorphic are for what I recall.
     
  3. Domi

    Domi Auditioning

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    I think it is a false alarm. If I play satellite there is no squeeze. None either when I play a 4x3 disk like Avia Guide to Home theater.
    Maybe because the TV as automatic enhance 16X9 (ie anamorphic squeeze without user intervention) I am not affected by the warning labeled *Note On that page .
    Joe Tilley, I appreciate your willingness to help help me. but the oversqueeze problem is bad geometry when Wega sets are in squeeze mode. It is not the change of aspect ratios.
    Dominic
     

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