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A Burning ring of fire, Panasonic!!

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Simian, Jan 15, 2001.

  1. Simian

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    I am getting an intermittant problem with R2 discs mainly (not all of em, and I've not seen it with any of my R1 discs), in bright scenes and scenes with bright content, the bright areas suddenly get a hailo of fire around them, it looks like an over processed white flickering distortion.

    I'm not sure if its the DVD player (Panasonic RV60, RGB AV1, Techtronics MultiMod) or the TV (Panasonic TX-32DK1, RGB AV1, Bought Locally).

    I'm using a Heavy Duty ProfiGold Scart (£40)with Ferrite supressors etc..., which does hav the annoying problem of being too heavy for its self and pulls out of the (horizontal) socket ov the TV every now and then.


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  2. Mr.D

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    Contrast a bit high?
    Sharpness control too high?
    AI on?

     
  3. Simian

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    I have recently turned them all down and off (respectivly), I even turned the Macrovision back on (just incase the mod was over compensating).

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