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JVC AV32WFT1 picture ghost?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by jtorry, Mar 9, 2002.

  1. jtorry

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    I have a JVC 32 inch flat screen TV and I have noticed that when watching DVDs, when the picture switches to another shot I can still see the previous image for a fraction of a second. Especially when in darkly lit scenes. Is this a problem with the TV?
     
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    Could be the 100hz processing, not a fault, just a side effect.
    I had a Phillips set that was pretty bad, i found if i turned all the extra processing off like DNR, Black Stretch etc it helped and was hardly noticable.
    With DVD you should be able to get a cracking picture just by having a decent scart and adjust the picture by the TVs colour, contrast and brightness no need for extra processing.
     
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    the set dosn't have 1ooHz and I have no special picture processing selected.
     
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    I have the 28WFT1 and have no such problem.
     
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    Would brightness and contrast levels make a difference? what are yours set to?
     
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    I messed about with the Brightness and Contrast but still noticed no ghosting? I have my DVD connected via S-video scart 2. Have you tried a different lead?
     
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    I have tried both SVideo and RGB and the problem still persists.
     
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    Do you think this problem would warrant a replacement TV? I have tried a different DVD player and the problem is still the same.
     
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    My last suggestion was going to be "try another DVD player." As you've already done this, I would suggest getting a replacement. This ghosting effect is NOT present on my WFT1, therefore it is not a normal feature of the set.
     
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    This sounds like the problem I am having.

    A property of phosphors which determines how long they continue to emit light after the electron beam has been removed. Short persistence phosphors give high bandwidth but emit less light and may be seen to 'flicker'. If persistence is too long then moving images leave a 'smear' or 'trail' on the display. This can be an advantage in certain applications e.g.radar.
     

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