OT Mitsubishi Monitor Weirdness

From: Gary Hildebrand <ghldbrd_at_ccp.com>
Date: Fri Mar 8 09:44:48 2002

Julius Sridhar wrote:
> On Fri, 8 Mar 2002, Gary Hildebrand wrote:
> > > Hi people. I have a Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 900u (nowhere near on-topic
> > > but I figure people here might know better what causes this kind of
> > > problem). If I provide it with a sync-on-green signal to its BNC
> > > connectors (It has five, I connect three), the monitor syncs up just fine,
> > > but all the areas that are black show up with a green cast. The white
> > > areas show up just fine. I haven't looked at an image with color yet, but
> > > I would guess that all the colors would probably be shifted towards the
> > > green. Any ideas?
> >
> > Sounds like your minitor needs a minor tweaking of the green screen
> > control. What is best is a stairstep input, and you can set your
> > screens and channel gains for an acceptable picture, i.e. greys, with no
> > hint of color. As the CRT ages, these will wander a bit.
> I forgot to mention that it displays fine with separate sync on the BNC
> inputs, and separate sync on the HDE15 input. I have yet to test whether
> Sync-on-green works on the HDE-15. Does that change your advice at all?
> Peace... Sridhar

Olkay, it can. It sonds like the video is clamping on the sync tip, and
that in turn raises the pedestal (zero level) causing the grenish
tinge. Is there a way to set the monitor up for SOG?

Gary HIldebrand
St. Joseph, MO
Received on Fri Mar 08 2002 - 09:44:48 GMT

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