toshiba velocity scan modulation

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  1. John-Miles

    John-Miles Screenwriter

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    does it come on as a default?

    and if so can it be turned off without using the service menu?

    in particular im refering to the toshiba 36 HFX71
     
  2. Jack Briggs

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    Yes, it's switched on in the default viewing modes. My understanding is that SVM in Toshibas is defeatable in the "Theater" mode by reducing the so-called sharpness control to zero.

    Maybe someone else here can clarify that.

    (My bedroom set is a recent-vintage 27-inch Tosh, and it looks quite nice in "Theater" mode and with "sharpness" turned off.)
     
  3. Jan Strnad

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    I've read that the VSM is "off" by default in the "theater" mode. You can then adjust the other settings to suit your taste and that group of settings will be saved in the "preference" mode with VSM off.

    I don't know if this pertains to all Toshibas or just some, but that's the word on my 42H81 RPTV.
     
  4. John-Miles

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    Thanks Jack and Jan
     

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