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Sagem Axium Colour Problem

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by MartinFXDX, Dec 13, 2004.

  1. MartinFXDX

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    Could anyone please give me any advice on a problem with my new Axium?

    I had it delivered today and it works fine off air and through SVideo input but the component feeds (progressive and interlaced) have a strange colour shift whereby blue shows as green and red and brown are scarlet. I have tried 2 DVD players with the same result.

    In my rush to get the Axium set up have I missed a setting or is it a fault?

    Any suggestions welcome (within reason!)

    Thanks

    Martin
     
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    Well, I may have sorted it. I changed the component cable to three runs of analogue interconnects (co-ax construction but no idea whether 75 ohms) and I've got the right colour! :rolleyes:

    Any ideas how or why? The cable is a 4m Precious Metals SilverTech RGB/Component.

    Cheers

    Martin
     
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    Make Sure You Are Using Av7 For Progressive And Av6 For Interlaced.

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  4. MartinFXDX

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    Yep.

    Repeated putting the component cable back on. Result same colour problem. Put analogue cable back and colour correct again.

    Cable seems ok but......!

    Martin
     

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