Finding Nemo R2 - Anyone having problems?

Miniholic

Well-known Member
As above. Having problems with playback on my Dad's Tosh 220e.

Keep getting horizontal banding of solid colour (not interferance) and blocking/pixelation, followed by stuttery playback. We've checked the disc for dirt or damge and it looks fine. Also plays ok an my pioneer.

Anyone else having trouble?
 

Jeff

Distinguished Member
No problems here, PQ is pretty much prefect (for DVD)
 

suzywong

Standard Member
Nope...superb colour

[edited]sorry, just re-read original post, mine's R1. pls ignore
 

Gary D

Distinguished Member
ive had no problems with mine on a 220. watched the film twice and the visual commentry once. do you have a specific time on the disc and ill have a look.


Gary
 

Indiana Jones

Moderator
No problems on my Samsung 709 and its an old player, probaley just a bad disc mate, send/take it back for a replacement.
 
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Geoffc10

Guest
suprised it took this long to get problems with this disc, god help us when star wars boxset comes out in september.....
 
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Zoidy

Guest
the region 1 was better on my machine.. pio 668 rgb scart to sony fs76..

got the horizontal banding also.. pressing the prog scan button cured that.. but there is a strange "ghosting thing" around the fish in the beginning scene at the drop off.. am not impressed and will trade with anyone who has a region 1 they would like to swap
 

Gary D

Distinguished Member
the halo effect is merant to be there and i believe that its on all regions.


gary
 
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Zoidy

Guest
meant to be therE? i didnt notice it when i watched a region 1.. and it looks horrid heh :)
 

Gary D

Distinguished Member
Previous discussion of the topic:

search for "Finding Nemo (Border around the Fish)"

Sorry tried to link i put it would work.


Gary
 

deckard

Standard Member
No problems on any of my Pioneer 757Ai/Toshiba SD100e/Sony DAVS300 players.
 

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