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ghosting with satellite broadcast

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by fielt80, Mar 27, 2003.

  1. fielt80

    fielt80
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    I am having some trouble with ghosting when i use a satellite receiver
    Especially with caracters/titels it is obvious

    I don't have these problems with HD tapes or DVD's

    I am using a Pioneer PDP-433MXE(same as CMX) and a RGB to VGA
    converter in order to be able to connect the RGB output of the satellite
    receiver to the vga input of the Plasma-display

    Has anyone experienced the same problem with satellite broadcast
    or knows a solution to this problem

    Ronald
     
  2. fielt80

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    I have tried the following solutions:

    Adjusting brightness and contrast, but that had no effect


    I have tried an other input (s-vhs) on my plasma display to be sure it is no cable issue (i have ghosting on both inputs)

    This means it is not the RGB to VGA converter or the cables that i am using

    Experimented with power up the sattelite receiver from a different group
    to get a little bit more clean current (but that was also not the solution)

    I have tried a different satellite receiver but the satellite receiver is not the problem.

    It must have something to do with how the plasma is coping with dvb signals (this is the european standard for digital satellite) (may be i have to change something in the integrator menu of the vga or s-vhs input of the pioneer)
     
  3. fielt80

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    The problem is solved

    I found out that this problem only occurs with certain tv-stations.
    So probably this has to do with signal quality

    Ronald
     

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