Hi, saw the forum and thought someone may be able to help. Basically, I have bought a 36" KV36 FS70 television with the main purpose of it being able to perform well on DVD and also to be a quality tv for my numerous games consoles. Whislt it performs well on DVD, Ive noticed that the other inputs being the two scart/S-video sockets and the front S-Video socket all seem to suffer from inteference. By this I mean that on a dark or black background there is a white 3-4 inch shadowy-bar that goes from the left to the right repeatedly. Ive tried to find the cause of this but am unsuccessful so far. Ive tried multiple different s-video and scart leads but they all get the same effect to different degrees. When the TV is on say AV2 and there is nothing plugged into the AV2 socket, the black background is pretty much fine - when I insert the scart lead there is immediatly a deterioration in the screen quality, with the arrival of the white shadow bars which show up enough to become annoying. Of course its fine when the pictur eis displaying a bright image, as soon as its a dark or black image the bars become quite noticeable. I hope I have explained it well enough. The RGB socket appears to be fine though. I currently connect a Gamecube and PS2 into the AV2 and Svideo sockets and get this problem which ever socket I use. I dont know whether its a problem with the cables themselves or even the TV, all I know is Ive tried many differnt cables and all have the same effect. At 90kg its not the sort of item I wish to carry down form my flat and return to the shop - so any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks.