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FQ75 Blurry

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Church11, Feb 15, 2002.

  1. Church11

    Church11
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    Hi there,

    I've read about all the problems that people have been having with the FQ75.

    Somehow I haven't got the scrolling bar problem (as far as I can tell) but I do have two other problems:-

    1. Digital Teletext is totally rubbish looking on screen. The left handside of the picture is totally blurred and only readable when reducing brightness down to a really low level.

    2. Red seems to be very strong in comparison to the other colours on screen. Again highlighted by Digital Teletext and to a degree by DVD's.

    3. If I happen to swtich to AV1 or AV2 with the input to that Scart off or the sound low when the input is on - I get the sound of whatever analgue channel the tuner is set to.

    4. The TV seems to leak alot of interference. I have to position other kit carefully away from it e.g. Cordless Headphones for them not to experience interference. I don't know if that normal - but on the other big (normal Toshiba) tv in the house - I don't have this problem?

    From what I've seen I doubt there are any solutions to the above - I've only got the manufacturer's warrenty and I bought it last May...so I doubt there is much I can do. But if anyone's any advice as to any tweaks I could try to improve things - they'd be much appreciated.

    Cheers,

    Malc.
     
  2. shaunthedude

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    my fq had the blurred teletext on the left to, along with scrolling bars and a picture that kept flickering at the sides like it was trying to squeeze the picture toward the centre of the screen. i sent it back to currys after 6 months and got a different brand.
     

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