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Image ghosting

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by rik, Feb 28, 2002.

  1. rik

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    I have a new Panasonic 36PL30 and when using my JVC Cinema 100 DVD player (not the greatest I know, but it'll change) i get a ghosting effet on text. this probably also appears on all images, but is less noticeable.

    I have severed pin19 for fun, but this hasn't helped, could my naff scart leads be at fault? I use RGB output, in the RGB input.

    Help guys!!!

    CIA Rik
     
  2. rik

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    Sorry, but I've been away from computers for a while.

    Same, problem as before. Why does text ghost if it's coming from an RGB scart?

    How can it be fixed???
    TIA

    RIk
     
  3. Doubledoom

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    RGB is at it's best when it's viewing text or computer imaging.

    Make sure you are not using composite as that would shimmer/ghost. Make sure the scart lead is plugged into the RGB scart on the tv and not the composite/s-video scart. Most tvs only have one RGB scart and as the composite video signal is carried at the same time as the RGB, you would get the composite signal if you plug it into the wrong one.

    Could be a poor quality scart lead which is suffering with interference due to poor shielding.
     

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