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Test your knowledge! What is the problem here?

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Halo2nut, Jun 1, 2005.

  1. Halo2nut

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    Ive been reading the forum for awhile, and have recently gotten a Proxima - DP-9200 at a very reasonable price, but there is one problem. It seems that the picture has two parts, and one part is slid over, creating somewhat of a shadow or a ghost. I tried to adjust the convergence, and that did not help, only screwed up the colors till I put them all back =( LOL, and it does this on dvd, and xbox regular rca video input, or s video input. Other than that, I love it and best of all is using it outside on the side of the garage!! lol. Please help or suggest anything if any ideas pop into your head. I dont know much about these projectors, or the theory on how they work, but I know a little about electronics. i already had the top off and the top main board, but I didn't know what I was looking for. Thanks in advance for helping me.

    It is most noticeable on the right side of the screen the line that apears, and the ghost like image on the left of the letters.

    added: This is with the screen size at about 80", it will go to 400"

    Thanks
    Brian =)
     

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    Is this an electronics problem, a physical problem or settings problem? It really bugs me and I would like to figure it out. I posted in another forum and had no replies, and this forum is much bigger, so I am hoping to get some advice or ideas from you guys.

    Thanks
    Brian =)
     
  3. ptek

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    Hi Brian,
    Can't confirm issues with proxima, but have seen same problems with Sanyo and a few others, most likely is LCD panel defect causing the ghost, some can be minimised by 'sample and hold' adjustment, but again, can't comment on your problem as such, but gut feeling is LCD Panel(s) :confused:
     
  4. Halo2nut

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    sample and hold? what do you mean?

    Thanks
    Brian =)
     

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