Fixing the first of the two ebay specials. This one was probably the easiest of the two repairs, mainly because I purchased it on the hunch that the only reason it didn’t work was that it was a 230v configured unit and was deemed as dead but someone who wasn’t aware of the difference or […]

Gamma correction by itself might immediately read as a somewhat boring looking topic to educate yourself on, and that may be true. I had heard about it a few times in the past, and honestly didn’t take much note of it because it applies to such a mundane and low priority task. That task is […]

Quite a bit of time has passed since the last post here. The last being posted back in September last year. The main reason behind that was the actual Tronicslab needed up be packed up for moving day at the end of September. Even though moving day came and went and it has now been […]