Slight ghosting since Sky+ installed...

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  1. uksaint

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    Sorry I'm a newbie here so some of my references might be rather basic.
    I've recently got Sky+ installed with a Pace box but since then objects screened on my 32in Sony TV seems to have a slight ghost on them and appear very slightly blurred, particularly bright coloured things. the colours also seem to be overly saturated. I've tried toning down the colour on my TV but to no real effect other than some lesser coloured programmes are almost B&W.
    It's a pain because the picture from my old Amstrad digibox was first class with a pin sharp perfectly coloured picture.
    Anyone any ideas as to the cause and what I might be able to do to rectify the problem.

    Cheers.
     
  2. Kramer

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    Hi & welcome :)

    Have you made sure your Sky+ box is outputting RGB, not composite?

    A possibility.

    :smoke:
     
  3. uksaint

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    Thanks,

    Is this the "Video output" in the "picture settings" screen? - if so, yes.
     
  4. ancientgeek

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    Are you watching the AV input to the TV, and not the modulated RF?
    Have you got a fully wired SCART lead from digibox to TV?
    Yu can reduce contrast under "picture settings"
     
  5. uksaint

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    The answer is yes to all of these questions. Basically nothing has changed with the wiring of the box to the TV apart from the fact that it's a new box, this would suggest that it is something to do with the settings from the box but I've run out of ideas as to what they might be.
     

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