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Interference (horizontal lines)

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by gjermund25, Sep 10, 2003.

  1. gjermund25

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    PLEASE!!!

    Can anyone help me...

    I have a projector and I'm having problems with horizontal lines moving up and down te screen. It is connected to my VCR.
    I think it's the aerial antenna (cable tv) wich is causing the problem. If watching a video with the antenna cable connected to the VCR I have the lines. If I take it out the lines dissapear. What can I do. I want to wach TV on my projector also, and that is impossible without the antenna connected. I have tried several VCR's with both s-vhs and composite. I get the same problem on every one of them.

    Anyone knows how to solve it?

    Mvh,
    Gjermund
     
  2. DowNtimE

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    It seems to be a grounding problem. Not sure about the name of the gadget, but it's a galvanic diverter something, it could help with your problem. You should connect it to your antenna cable.
     
  3. Gordon @ Convergent AV

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    You need a ground breaker that fits in line with your cable f-type. Tributaries in USA sell them. A decent aerial installation or satellite specialist will probably have them in stock as might RS or Maplins.

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