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Topic # 184084 9-Nov-2015 22:33
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So i picked up a super cheap veon40" tv and it seems like overscan is enabled by default.unfortunately there is no option to disable it so games look absolutely horrible.does anyone know how to get into debug menu/service menu on a veon tv?

When i change picture input on xb1 to dvi picture quality is vastly increased but no soynd.is there any workaround?im pulling my hair out




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  Reply # 1424042 9-Nov-2015 22:51
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If anyone could help id really appreciate it




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  Reply # 1424049 9-Nov-2015 23:22
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All mine just have one of the options on the aspect button to do no overscan. I only have 2 different veons but both are pretty similar menu wise, even tho the remotes are totally different. I suspect the menus are from the OEM of the chips in the TV, and the differences are because of different manufacturers of the TV or something.




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  Reply # 1424123 10-Nov-2015 08:43
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Yeah there is no option on this to adjust overscan.shouldnt have bought the tv honestly




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  Reply # 1424176 10-Nov-2015 10:09
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Both mine are looking perfectly fine when I use them as a monitor. What exactly are you needing to adjust out of it?

I am having issues where stupid intel onboard graphics will not output RGB to them so colours look blah and a little blured, but thats an issue on any TV I have tried them on.




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  Reply # 1424850 10-Nov-2015 22:58
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It will zoom in a tad and pretty much make the picture quality really bad when using xbox one.I can switch to dvi mode and it will not zoom in but that means no sound.Its a rather annoying issue
using tv etc its crystal clear and very nice 





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