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BVM1910 monitors



Yeah.....Sony may deny they have ever heard of this one.
In fact, after a few years, it's not a bad idea to replace all of the
160volt electrolytics in both deflection amplifiers.
Symptoms include pincushion error, H and V deflection gain errors, both of
which are NOT stable when the monitor is power cycled (that's the giveaway).
I once had a Harry artist who thought his Harry was stuck on DVE input doing
a WARP effect...that's how bad the monitor had gotten overnight!

Haven't seen this in the BVM-1911..............yet.

Phil Mendelson      philm at hollydig.com
"Animals are our friends...............
but they won't take us to the airport."