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Something to bother fixing?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by Krance, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. Krance

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    I have an issue (not really a problem I think)

    I have a Denon 3910 DVD player which should be great, I have a nice component cable going to a Panny PWD7. I think the picture looks pretty good and have had a play with the settings etc.

    Question is, when I have nothing playing on the DVD player but it is turned on I seems to get a whole screen of very slight interference (small green dots). Should I be getting this? and should I worry about it?

    I have checked cables for obvious interference, tried playing around with ferrite core and all that, nothing seems to remove this. When playing DVD material I can't see any interference but I also couldn't tell you that it is the best picture (nothing to compare against).

    What do you think? should I worry and trace the cause...
     
  2. cboy

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    i thought the ferrite core was just to connect the lap top or pc to the panel?
     
  3. Krance

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    that is true, they stop interference in certain circumstances. It was just something I tried, didn't work anyway :(
     
  4. lack300

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    I also had this problem but nocking the brightness back 1 got rid of dots.
     

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