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What happened to the colour control

Discussion in 'Satellite TV, Sky TV & FreeSat' started by howy686, May 8, 2002.

  1. howy686

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    I have one of those Grundig boxes feeding the TV by the RGB route - the colours are a bit cartoonish - too strong for my preference - but I can't reduce the saturation using the TV controls. Probably a daft question but why?. Colour control works normally off the UHF tuner and a scart-fed VCR.

    Any help very welcome
     
  2. Squirrel God

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    RGB is pre-set -- the colours are supposed to be "just right" (as originally intended). Obviously not to every one's taste though......

    Colour will vary with source too; so some things may look too strong for you, others might look too weak.

    You could use an S-Video connection - you'll be able to mess with the colour to your heart's content then :D

    P.S. It's nothing to do with your Grundig box or your TV - RGB is like that.
     

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