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Panasonic TX32PH40 - Purple tint on RGB, help me please.

Discussion in 'TVs' started by jtorry, Dec 18, 2002.

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  1. jtorry

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    I don't believe it. My third tele in recent times and it has a bloody fault like all the rest. When viewing a source through RGB scart the top of the image has a coloured tint. At the very top of the image there is a purple tint. It is so slight, but also very obvious. Any know about this problem and if it can be fixed without the set being returned?
     
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    Is it only on RGB sourced material - ie is composite/RF stuff etc OK?
     
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    Yep. My compoent output on my Cube and Xbox is fine. It also apears that my RGB output from my PS2 is ok. So it seems that i only get the purple tinge when using a dvd player through RGB.
     
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    ..and also to help
    what/which scart lead and through which socket (s) are you running it ?

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    I have tried both a cheap black lead scart lead with both DVD players and a £30 expensive one. I have it hooked up to scart socket 3 on the tele as that is the one that supports RGB.

    Edit: I have just tried my PS2 in RGB mode through an RGB scart using a DVD region X thing to get rid of the Green screen and there were no colour problems. The purple tint was not there. This makes no sense to me. Why do dedicated DVD players do this, but consoled don't?
     

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