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Panny TX32LXD500 owners

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs Forum' started by JimmyMacK, Sep 17, 2005.

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  1. JimmyMacK

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    :lease: I'm having problems with picture quality on my ne tx32lxd500. It is mainly happening through my Sky connection and it gives me the following symptoms:

    When viewing images, if something moves (say a head moves back and forth), there seems to be a delay on part of the picture (e.g. the hair and part of the face move fractionally after the full movement).

    My set up is:

    Sky to AV1
    Sky to Panny dmreh50 recorder (AV2)
    Recorder to AV4 (Qlink)
    Recorder to component

    I have viewing mode set to Cinema and have reduced contrast, brightness and sharpness, but have colour management on and noise reduction (MPEG to Max).

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    Protech ProCon Silver scarts
    JVC Component

    Please help, it's driving me mad!!!!!!!
     
  2. Shin Gouki

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    Sounds like tearing to me. :(
     
  3. JimmyMacK

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    What's tearing, and how can I stop it?
     
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    If i was you I'd probably disconnect everything other than just the sky direct to the TV to rule out any connection problems. Make sure the sky box is outputting RGB

    If there is no difference I'd be tempted to get an exchange as it doesn't sound right, unless any users have any set up ideas??
     
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    I agree with scrapbook...try a different scart lead to rule out a faulty lead and can u connect your sky box into a different TV just to rule out a problem with the skybox to
     
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    I've seen the same issue on my TX32LX500 but only on aerial or composite video feeds. Disabling the 3D comb filter gets rid of it.
     
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    Has anyone concluded the best settings on the TX32LX500.
     
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    I havent seen that with mine JimmyMack, sounds like its a cable problem to me?
     
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    Try using Scarts starting with Sky RGB AV1 output into the DMR AV2, then DMR out into the 500's AV RGB input. This is the usual method and it should give you a good result.
     
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    i had this tv and its the 3d comb filter either turn it off or set output to rhb from your sky
     
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    Thx for all replies. Have turned off Mpeg filter and not had any problems since. Noticed the problem when watching Red Dwarf last week on G2, and G2 has been fine tonight. Red Dwarf back on tomorrow so will be able to test then. If it's still a problem I'll test the cabling 1 by 1, then see if I have the same problems through my old CRT if it continues.

    Some recommendations on budget cables would be good, I can't convince my wife to spend the necessary on boys toys - but she gets to watch Grease whenever she wants to - where's the justice?
     

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