OSD to Front Panel Display

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  • Mike Hayes
    Member
    • Mar 2003
    • 73

    OSD to Front Panel Display

    Is there a way to view the setup menus on the front panel display of the 1066 rather than using the OSD? I have the S&V calibration DVD but I'm using component cables and so, I can't use the OSD with the DVD.

    I have already used the 1066 test tones in conjunction with an SPL meter but want to be able to double check with the separate disc.
  • Mike Hayes
    Member
    • Mar 2003
    • 73

    #2
    Even better yet - is there a way to view the OSD speaker levels on the RR1050?

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    • Mike Hayes
      Member
      • Mar 2003
      • 73

      #3
      One last question - is it a good idea to set the DD and DTS levels to the max setting prior to calibration and then adjust sub level via the sub gain or sublevel on the 1066?

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      • Rock Dog
        Moderator Emeritus
        • Jan 2003
        • 417

        #4
        I don;t think it's possible to view the OSD settings onthe 1066's display, or on the 1050 remote's display either.

        As you are most likely aware of. The OSD will not work over component video. What I have done is to use a S-video cable, to a seperate input on my TV. Given the fact that my Grand Wega has 7 inputs, has made this an easy solution for me.

        When I want to use the OSD, I run PIP or a split screen as it were. Leave the source up on one side, and switch the second picture source to the input the OSD is connected to. It works out very nicely.

        Actually, with the Pronto I have a macro so that I just hit a button called OSD. It switches to split screen, then switches to the OSD input, then launches the OSD, and brings up the OSD controls (from the 1066) on my Pronto scrren. It's quite handy to say the least.




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        • gshisme
          Member
          • May 2003
          • 38

          #5
          Just run a composite or S-video from your processor or receiver (monitor out) to a TV video input. Switch your TV to that video input and press the OSB button. You will then be able to view the OSB menu. Make sure you have a signal from whatever component signal you wish to calibrate on.




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