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Unread 08-28-2008, 08:43 PM   #1
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1) Using your Display's Remote, select ISF-Day or ISF-Night (ISF Auto on some Models) AV Selection.
2) Wait approximately 5 seconds.
3) When in that AV mode, press and hold the DISPLAY/INFO (AV SELECTION/MODE) Button on the Remote for approximately 5 seconds / hold the DISPLAY/INFO (AV SELECTION/MODE) Button down until the Calibrator info comes up.

NOT WORKING? See Post #8+ Below. Your Remote Control may have a Button like:


For the Elite Monitor (PRO-101FD / PRO-141FD) and the KRP-M's:

  • Select an ISF Memory AV Selection (with the AV Selection Button on your Remote Control).
  • Press and Hold the AV Selection Button on your Remote Control until the isf Information is displayed (approximately 3 seconds).

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Unread 08-29-2008, 01:40 AM   #2
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There's no such button on the 8G EU models. At least, not that I'm aware of. You have to go via the menus in the TV to change AV mode - it's poor design really.
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This works on both 8 and 9G North American models.
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Unread 08-30-2008, 11:10 AM   #4
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I have tried this several times and it is not working on my Pro-151FD. I have held the button for a minute + and the only thing that happens is the ISF-Night icon keeps popping up in the lower left corner, verifying my selection. When it was calibrated I did see the 4 text lines at one point but didn't inquire about it further, so I know they are there...somewhere. I have tried this on two different HDMI inputs.
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I have tried this several times and it is not working on my Pro-151FD. I have held the button for a minute + and the only thing that happens is the ISF-Night icon keeps popping up in the lower left corner, verifying my selection.
I also do not see this on my Pro-111FD. Any suggestions?
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For the Input with ISF Day, ISF Night (or ISF Auto), which memories(s) is/are available? Do you only have one of the ISFccc memories activated for that Input (i.e. Just ISF Night), is there only one of these options available in the AV Selection?

BTW, which Input is it? If you have additional Inputs with the ISFccc memories activated, can you try the procedure in Post #1 on a different Input?
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Unread 09-16-2008, 10:57 AM   #7
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From the Manual:
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ISF-INFORMATION indication is unified into the operation by the DISPLAY key.


Please try the DISPLAY Button (instead of the AV SELECTION/MODE Button) after you select the ISF AV Selection (ISF Day/ISF Night/ISF Auto).


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Sorry for the horrible shot but the text appears for a bunch of seconds and I can't find my tripod...

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How I did it:
- use AV Selection menu, selecting an ISF input.
- wait 5 seconds
- keep pressed the button until a dialog pops on the bottom of the screen

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Finally had success on the 151. Just hold the "Display" button for 5 seconds whlie on an ISF memory. The info stays up for about 5 seconds.


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How I did it:
- use AV Selection menu, selecting an ISF input.
- wait 5 seconds
- keep pressed the button until a dialog pops on the bottom of the screen

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Nice find bud, I could have sworn that I tried that button and it didn't work. I must not have directed the remote accurately enough.

@ Turbe: This button is called the Info button. It's also used, together with a combination of other button presses, to enter the service menu on the Euro 8G:s.

So, for the Euro models the procedure should be:

1) Using your Display's Remote, select ISF-Day or ISF-Night (ISF Auto on some Models) AV Selection.
2) Wait approximately 5 seconds.
3) When in that AV mode, press and hold the INFO (below button 9) Button on the Remote for approximately 5 seconds / hold the INFO (below button 9) Button down until the Calibrator info comes up.
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As x43x states, you only need to have an ISF input on and press the Info button for 5 seconds
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For the Elite Monitor (PRO-101FD / PRO-141FD) and the KRP-M's:

  • Select an ISF Memory AV Selection (with the AV Selection Button on your Remote Control).
  • Press and Hold the AV Selection Button on your Remote Control until the isf Information is displayed (approximately 3 seconds).

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