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TX-32PG50 is it a Euro7 chassis

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by msimmons, Jun 11, 2001.

  1. msimmons

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    The australian model is Panasonic TX76PW10A.
    It uses a Euro7 chassis.
    It has Componet video (YPbPr) instead of RGB.

    My set (TX76PW10A) has faint green bands.
    This appears on Componet (YPbPr) and S-video connecitons.
    The bands run from top to bottom and are only visable in dark scenes or DVD player stop screens.
    eg Start of the matrix (chapter 2).
    Several other people with TX76PW10A have reported the same problem.

    Does the TX-32PG50 have this problem with componet based inputs eg S-video signals?
     
  2. encaser

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    English variant don't have component onboard, but the pg's have off-cross 'bands' visible in, yes you guessed it, dark scenes. Also a light central block and two outer darker/lighter blocks - prob' where the screen slightly contours - which is clearly visible on i.e. Near Dark vamp' film in....

    I had 3 36pg50's all the same, others have similar probs +, see threads the 'faults' are lengthy. That is if you perceive them as faults, Panasonic don't tend to apart from the speaker buzz. :confused:
    A great set if you keep the lights on 'cause you're afraid of... :eek:

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  3. msimmons

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    Note the bands shrink with the picture when in Picture and Picture mode.

    Since the European model has RGB instead of component I would suggest the only way to see this problem would be on the s-video input where the source is generating a blue/grey picture.
     

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