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    as109

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    Joined: Mar 27, 2003
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    From: NY

      Posted: 2003-03-27 17:04

    I just got the KV-32FV300. Looks absolutely great when I play DVDs (except for the waving that occurs when panning -- but I could live with that). However, when watching cable, the picture looks like crap. Some of the colors bleed and diagnal lines look very bright. Also the scan lines are visible. Is there any way to fix this or should I simply return? Thanks.


       


    Jeff_Lam

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    Joined: Nov 06, 2002
    Posts: 125
    From: Santa Clara, CA

      Posted: 2003-03-27 17:37

    Your cable signal must be pretty bad. No matter how good the set is, if what goes in is bad, what comes out is going to be bad too.


    "Garbage in, Garbage out..."

    If you can see scan lines then you may be sitting to close. Do you see the scan lines on non-anamorphic DVD (no 16x9 squeeze on the TV)?

    If so, you may want to look into the 32HV600 or 32HS500.

    These HD set's have line doublers built in. This will not help with cable though. Most likely will be worse due to the line doubler, will double the garbage as well as the picture.


       
    wdsnls

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    Joined: Aug 31, 2002
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    From: Florida, USA

      Posted: 2003-03-27 18:15

    >Looks absolutely great when I play DVDs (except for the waving that occurs when panning -- but I could live with that).

    Do you have the DVD Player set to 16:9?


       
    as109

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    Joined: Mar 27, 2003
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    From: NY

      Posted: 2003-03-28 10:30

    >If you can see scan lines then you may be sitting to close. Do you see the scan lines on non-anamorphic DVD (no 16x9 squeeze on the TV)?

    yes, I see the lines on non-anamorphic DVDs. I'm sitting 8 feet away from the set. Any more than that and I don't see the point in having a large screen -- I can just sit close and watch my 20" set (which looks much better!).

    >If so, you may want to look into the 32HV600 or 32HS500.

    I've looked at them -- very nice, but pricey.

    >These HD set's have line doublers built in. This will not help with cable though. Most likely will be worse due to the line doubler, will double the garbage as well as the picture.

    Perhaps it's time I get DirectTV.

    [ This message was edited by: as109 on 2003-03-28 10:32 ]


       
    as109

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    From: NY

      Posted: 2003-03-28 10:32

    Quote:

    On 2003-03-27 18:15, wdsnls wrote:
    >Looks absolutely great when I play DVDs (except for the waving that occurs when panning -- but I could live with that).

    Do you have the DVD Player set to 16:9?



    Yep


       
    DTOX

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    Joined: Jan 30, 2003
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    From: Colorado

      Posted: 2003-04-01 15:56

    Ditto on that. I have a 27" Wega and seeing the scan-lines is aboslutely driving me up the wall!!!

    Are there any adjustments I can do that can get rid of the scan-line problem???


       
    Jeff_Lam

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    Joined: Nov 06, 2002
    Posts: 125
    From: Santa Clara, CA

      Posted: 2003-04-02 12:47

    The only thing you can do is back away(sit further away) from the set till the scan lines dissapear(you don't notice them anymore).


       
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