I have a PC213XS color micro video camera providing video feed to an MT-1564R monitor, and the image regularly suffers from "tearing" (distortion and interference) at the top of the monitor screen. Is there anything I can do to fix this problem? If not, is there any other LCD monitor whose power/video connection is compatible with the MT-1564R's? The power cable for the monitor has been hidden within the body of the car itself, so I'd prefer not to have to replace all the cords.
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Re: Tearing at top of MT-1564R screen
There is a possibility that you have a weak video signal. You can boost this with a small video amplifier. This is most commonly seen in set-ups that have multiple monitors or when you have long video cable runs like you would see in an RV back-up camera system.
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Is the cable connected securely? You may need to check your video card also. You may be able to disconnect the cable and get a red, green, blue icon on the screen. If that appears normal then there is nothing wrong with the monitor itself, it may be the cord or the video card.
This is caused by sending a video signal to the screen at a refresh
rate higher than 60hz. A LCD Doesn't refresh the image by scanning from
top to bottom like a traditional CRT or picture tube. They are hard set
to 60hz and can not understand anything else. Setting it to anything
else will cause it to not display a video signal, picture tearing
(little blocks with horizontal movement), Offset video or convergents
issues (colors appear offset giving it the 3d movie look with out
To fix it you need to go into your operating systems display settings and pick out a LCD monitor with a refresh rate of 60hz
Things to try. I don't promise solutions. Check your Monitor. Reading the description lead me to think of a tube display rather than a chip. Otherwise order a head cleaning tape and give it a rotation.
try to playback previous images ..If screen looks good on playback and or main menu..Camera likely has problem with CCD imager and camer digital processor board.If camera also looks bad on playback and menu..its possible the LCD IS BAD..easy test is to hook up camera on a monitor or computer and see what picture on camera mode looks like..If it also looks bad on a different monitor..Then CCD imager could be bad..If playback and camera mode lokk bad on monitor ..then you have a video process board problem ...please let me know
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