Panasonic TX-32LXD60 Green tint from DVD player

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  1. Ambulance Andy

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    Hi all,

    I have an 32LXD60, Freeview, SKY+ is all ok. However when I watch DVD the picture has a green tint to it. I can only connect via SCART. It is a cheap supermarket DVD player, but it still works fine on my old CRT!

    Any ideas?
     
  2. Blackbolt360

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    Sounds like Macrovision.

    Some DVD players and PS2, transmit Macrovision when playing DVDs. Its to prevent you just copying a DVD to VHS. It was known as the 'Matrix Effect' due to the matrix movies giving everything a green tint.

    I am not sure how you could remedy it.
     
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    Are you plugging the dvd player into the RGB scart on the LCD?. Try going into the dvd player menu and switch off RGB. Sounds like you got RGB going through a non rgb socket on your LCD.
     

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