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plasma interference

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by steevs, Apr 14, 2003.

  1. steevs

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    Hi guys,

    Just wondering if anyone is having problems with interference on their panel, mine is especially noticable when outputting NTSC, I have contacted the manufacturer and was told it is caused by other electrical equipment in my home.
     
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    What interference? What plasma? What sources? What DVD's? How is the source wired to Plasma?

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    Interference is diagonal lines accross the screen, I have it connected via component, interference isnt there on the other inputs. It is a Relisys plasma screen.
     
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    If you see diagonal lines moving across screen only with NTSC material from DVD then it's likely an earthing problem in your system. It might even be an issue with earthing at consumer units in house rather than with the equipment in the actual system. These things are notoriously hard to track down. Good luck!

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    Thanks gordon for your help, I'll just have to connect it up via the vga with a syncblaster I guess, no interference on that which seems strange to me.
    anyways thanks for the help.

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