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Not getting a great picture

Pezerinno

Established Member
Hi, recently purchased a sharp LC-26GA4E for the bedroom, I have a denon 1910 DVD player and a Thomson DHD-4000 freeview PVR coming later in the week so at the moment I just have analogue via a profigold 2m aerial cable. I've tweaked the settings a little (which I took from another thread) which improved the picture from the default but I seem to be getting a second image slightly offset of the first. Like a reproduction of the image slightly to the right which is white in colour. I can't really explain it but hopefully you'll understand what I mean.

Thanks.
 

jimsan

Established Member
Do you mean that you are watching terrestrial TV via RF with a roof top Aerial or loft Aerial?

If this is the case, you are simply seeing a good old fashioned ghost image. This is caused by the signal bouncing off some flat surface near your aerial giving you a slightly offset image.

I wouldn't concern yourself too much until you have your setup complete.

Jimmy
 

Pezerinno

Established Member
yeah with a roof top aerial. I'll wait untill I have everything then see if I can improve the picture.
 

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