Blu Ray/ HD White Flashes

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  1. joel88

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    Hey, i've got an LG HR600 hooked up to my Sony 36" LCD (can't remember the model number). When watching a Blu Ray or an HD Freeview channel through the HR600, every once in a while i get a white flash on the screen. It's very very quick - my girlfriend doesn't even notice it and thinks i'm going mad, but i'm not. Anyone experieinced this, and know of any resolution? Could it be the HDMI cable? The cable i use only cost about £10 to be honest, but i've necer had a problem with it before - DVD's and normal freview channels work fine.

    Maybe related - i also have my PC connected to the same TV via HDMI (the same sort of cable). Whilst using the PC, every once in a while the connection goes for a split second - i get the 'HDMI Connection' header flash up on the TV as if i've just selected the source.

    Could this be related?
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    As there are no ither replies :-

    I had this kind of effect with Downton Abbey on my Samsung TV and Bluray player - during dark scenes blacks would flash white in a pulsing fashion.

    Turning on Digital Noise Reduction stopped it completely. If you have an option similar to this then it may be worth a try.
     
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    Turn all the picture processing functionality off and maybe try a new HDMI cable as well...these are good:

    http://www.thatcable.com/
     
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    Thanks guys. I'll see what options i have on the Bluey!
     

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