Old 12-03-2008, 10:58 AM #1
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Default ScanPro20 Troubles!

I am having some trouble with my ScanPro20's and Soundcard DAC, *I there seems to be gaps in the lines

Here is the ILDA Test Pattern from *********

and also a couple of shots from RockConcert ********* show

If you look at the ILDA test pattern it doesnt look too bad, *but the square in the center is not joined on the left side....!

Any Idea's ?

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Default Re: ScanPro20 Troubles!

Thats a tuning issue, You can see in the ILDA test pattern that the laser IS going there, its just not lined up. If your feeling adventurous, give some tuning a shot.
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Default Re: ScanPro20 Troubles!

Yes, that is a tuning issue. In addition to the disjoined square, your circle is too large. If you want to try tuning, here are some in-depth instructions.
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