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What cause polarization in HP TV

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  • Mike Morton Dec 09, 2012

    It's getting worse and I believe it's polaarization or banding issue and from what i can tell in researching this, it's likely the circut board. However, there are several mainboards in the HP md6580n DLP HDTV. Depending on the board will determine if I want to put how much money into it. Currently I see there are three boards, could one of these be the one - MAIN BOARD MODULE ASSEMBLY, Printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) - Main board, XHD4 version, and theDigital television (DTV) receiving module - ATSC, CNTC and QAM ready. Does anyone know if one of these boards will correct the polarization in my TV?

  • Mike Morton Dec 09, 2012

    OK, so i said Ploarizationa and I meant Posterization - Sorry!!

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