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Dark Colours pixelate on screen

Bright colours or light scenes work fine on my PH110. But when dark/black scenes occur the image(s) pixelate reallyy badly and frequently. Any idea's what could be causing this? Progressive scan perhaps? Could it be the DVD? Resoltion of that is being delivered to the projector? Any help appreciated..

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Hey i have the same prob with mine (same model) but it only happens when i send the picture through the rca video in. if i use my pc and use the 15 pin plug, it works fine. i cant explain why it happens, but i jus know it happens.

Posted on Sep 20, 2007


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