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How do I Turn off Velocity Modulation on my Toshiba???

 

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Username: Misanthrope13

Toronto, Ontario Canada

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Registered: Mar-05
i just bought myself a Toshiba 27AF44. Nice tv, love the sound, love the look, but one thing is making me mad. this tv does not give me the option to turn off the Velocity Modulation. does anyone know how i can do this? i know entering Service Mode is risky, but its really annoying. please someone help me.
 

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Username: Alalk3

Freedom, NH USA

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put it on "film: VS gord off automatically
 

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Username: Misanthrope13

Toronto, Ontario Canada

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Registered: Mar-05
how do i do that? the menu options are very limited. i dont even know how to get into service mode with this tv.
 

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Username: Misanthrope13

Toronto, Ontario Canada

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Registered: Mar-05
can anyone help me out? im still suffering with this shitty mode on.
 

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Username: Dmwiley

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Registered: Feb-05
Steve, sounds like you answered your own question: "this tv does not give me the option to turn off the Velocity Modulation." Do not fool around with tv innards unless you know what you are doing.
 

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Username: Misanthrope13

Toronto, Ontario Canada

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Registered: Mar-05
i know, i was just wondering if there was any way i could turn it off.
 

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Username: Techdude49

Tampa, FL

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Registered: May-05
On my 32AF43, it is disabled by going to the Picture Preference menu, selecting SVM, and then choosing, "OFF"
 

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Username: Techdude49

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I believe it can also be tured off by changing a setting in "design" mode, but I'm not sure of the procedure for your model.
 

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Username: Misanthrope13

Toronto, Ontario Canada

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theres no option to turn it off, im gonna have to do it manually through design mode. but i hear its sketchy, and i dont wanna wreck my tv.
 

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Username: Techdude49

Tampa, FL

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Registered: May-05
This may lead you in the right direction: http://www.keohi.com/keohihdtv/brandspecific/toshiba/generaltweaks/svm_disable.h tml
 

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Username: Misanthrope13

Toronto, Ontario Canada

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excellent, only problem is that it dosnt tell you how to get into Designer Mode.
 

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Username: Techdude49

Tampa, FL

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Do a search at on that site. The instructions are there.
 

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Username: Misanthrope13

Toronto, Ontario Canada

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i searched that site, it only shows you how to do it manually, but dosnt say how to get into designer mode. if you have a link please post it.
 

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Username: Misanthrope13

Toronto, Ontario Canada

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Registered: Mar-05
ok, i now know how to get into Service Mode, but i dont see an option that will enable me to turn off VSM.
 

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Username: Misanthrope13

Toronto, Ontario Canada

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Registered: Mar-05
bump!
 

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Username: Morkys

Toronto, Ontario Canada

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Registered: Jan-07
Steve,

...or anybody else who may know..Were you able to disable the Velocity Scan Modulation? I have a Toshiba 27AF46C that I want to turn off the VSM feature.

thanx,

Chris
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