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Sagem Axium focus control ?

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by MoNkEe, Dec 5, 2004.

  1. MoNkEe

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    Hi all,

    I've had my Sagem 50" for around 6 months now and love it.

    Recently, one of my lads hooked up his X-Box to the TV, and it was only after this that I thought the picture looked slightly blured. I can't think for one minute that he caused it to happen, but even in DVD there appears to be a lack of focus on fine detail I'm convinced was there previously.

    So - is there a focus control somewhere? Nothing at the Sagem website and googling doesn't help either.

    25 years ago, I was an apprentice TV mechanic for 3 months but things have moved on from then :rolleyes:

    Cheers - Phil
     
  2. Hellicopter

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    No focus control and very unlikely the lens has gone out of focus.
    More likely what is being fed is 'soft'

    Alan
     
  3. loadsofleads

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    You don't have a dodgy scart box or distributor at the back do you. I had a dodgy box connecting my xbox to my Hitachi plasma, I replaced it and there was a world of difference :eek:
     
  4. MoNkEe

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    Thanks for the advice.

    If it hasn't gone out of focus - perhaps its time I had my eyes checked :laugh:

    Thanks again anyway.

    Phil
     

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