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Just got my FX32FX66

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by Rookies, Jan 22, 2003.

  1. Rookies

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    Ok So far it not bad at all just 2 things

    The main thing I like to get sorted is this.

    When viewing sky with sky set to RGB the picture ie when was watching Blue Peter was not sharp it was like blocky when people move. But when I set the sky to Pal it much better. Surely RGB should be much better. Anyone be able to advise what I can do here?


    There is a slight bend at the top left hand side only can notice if have 4.3 on or sometime when there are square boarder on programs. But I can live with that, will sort that one day but not yet. Just wanna get the sky to work using RGB by getting the picture like it should as sky works better in PAL.

    So far NO BUZZ. just waiting for a mate to come who got very good hearing to see if he hear owt
     
  2. Spoonman2

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    How much Rookies, if you dont mind me asking m8, :)


    Spoony.
     
  3. Rookies

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    £845 plus £40 postage

    It appear it show more dots on sky RBG than Pal

    Why this?

    Also my mate just came i had mute on and say can you hear anything to him. HE says what the hell you on about you just mute the tv. I said yes can you hear anything he say like what? i say a buzzing noise, he say nope not all really
     
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    This is sony's response to the Buzzing noise
    "Most CRT based televisions do make a low level buzzing noise, which is
    attributed to resonance of the scan coils. The effect is worse on 100Hz
    models because the higher scanning frequency is easier to hear. This is a
    known characteristic of 100Hz televisions due to the technology employed and
    is therefore not a "fault".

    It is generally not loud and therefore is not usually noticeable in normal
    viewing conditions. However, in a quiet room it may be evident and the
    intensity may vary from set to set. Having said this, we do acknowledge
    that to offer a diagnosis by correspondence is not possible and therefore,
    if you feel the television is not working to Sony specification, we would
    recommend that it is inspected by an authorised service engineer who will
    be able to give you an informed opinion based on their examination.
    "
     
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    where was that from and what style cabinet?

    :D
     
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    Anyway, There no buzz from mine like what other people are saying ie hearing it when volume on and hearing it when muted. The only time we could hear anything is having our ears right against the back of the tv and the buzz is very very low.


    I got mine from JL with open stand
     

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