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Please help a Panny newbie

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by The Valyard, Mar 2, 2005.

  1. The Valyard

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    Just got my PWD6 on Saturday, finding it a cow to get the best settings.

    setting the Sky (Sky +) to high works a treat (picked this up on another thread sincere thanks), any suggestions on 'solarization' from my DVD onto the Panny?

    I'm getting very bad solarisation through my DVD player and Panny PWD6

    Very noticable on white/beige/grey/areas (watching Next Gen Trek movies is V painful with all their beige interiors!! - I know it's my own fault for watching Trek!)

    I'm running a Pioneer 575 thru good (Thor) cables into the supplied (Richer Sounds) SCART input board.

    When I bought it Richer Sounds supposedly took the input board out of another Plasma (JVC I Think) and gave it to me sans screws (For £50.00 though)

    Could this be making the problem worse?

    Any clever settings suggestions?

    I've just ordered the 'Video Essentials DVD"

    Thanks in advance for your sage advice

    The Valyard
     
  2. Quartz

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    A friend of mine had big problems until he put in a genuine Panasonic SCART board. The ones Richer Sounds sell are Hitachi IIRC and while they appear to be the same, they don't actually behave the same.
     
  3. hermanmunster

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    Can't agree with that. All 3 Scart boards I have had (2 screens) from RS were genuine Panasonic boxed and sealed. Never seen any Hitachi.
     

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