CLD-R7G help with settings

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Well, with the huge discussion that went on a few days ago about this
player, I was wondering if someone could give me instructions on how
to manipulate the Y-CR, C-NR, 3D Y/C, and SHARP settings. I can get
into the menu to see them but I cant figure out how to change the
settings.


Thanks

James C Beard IV
 
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This is correct, press the "V-DNR 3D SELECT" button next to the power button
and select one of the memory selections. Then use the jog dial/wheel to
select the parameter and adjust it.

Kurtis

"tk" <tkmedia@softhome.net> wrote in message
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> If I remember correctly on that model the jog dial needs to be used.
 
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"Anymous" <Iamevil@noaddress.net> wrote in message
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> Well, with the huge discussion that went on a few days ago about this
> player, I was wondering if someone could give me instructions on how
> to manipulate the Y-CR, C-NR, 3D Y/C, and SHARP settings.

The interaction with every display will be a little different, but I
find that as a rule Y-NR should be kept lower than C-NR to avoid
smearing. 3D-Y/C I keep a bit above the mid-point on my LD-S9. I don't
have a Sharp setting; I'd imagine that is going to be like boosting the
Sharpness on your TV (i.e., it adds noise and edge enhancement), so use
it sparingly.
 
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Thanks

I finally figured out I had to turn on that little jog mode button to
use the jog wheel:)

On Mon, 29 Nov 2004 16:38:49 -0500, "Kurtis Bahr" <kbahr@comcast.net>
wrote:

>This is correct, press the "V-DNR 3D SELECT" button next to the power button
>and select one of the memory selections. Then use the jog dial/wheel to
>select the parameter and adjust it.
>
>Kurtis
>
>"tk" <tkmedia@softhome.net> wrote in message
>news:9a24bcb.0411291317.11f4ce10@posting.google.com...
>> If I remember correctly on that model the jog dial needs to be used.
>