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Hi there! If picture is distorted in Pause or FFW and Rew Mode then your screen might go into mute. Check in your Menu settings for Blue Background on or off and then switch this off. I'm not sure on your Model but a lot of other brands have this in their Menu. If this does not help then the 2 items may not be syncing properly and you will have to live with the symptom. Best Wishes and Good Luck, JUS004
These can be quite tricky, I had the same problem earlier with a friend and his plasma Sampo TV... I'll see what I can find.
After some digging I've found that Swiss Tec televisions are made by a Slovakian manufacturer called Universal Media Corporation. They seem to make tons of cheap T.V.s which might be a problem with reliability as with all generic brand electronics.
Ive found a URL to their site. (looks horrid)
Once there try the products tab. You should be able to find and order what you need/want from there.
Hi - I have some suggestions. The following factors effect picture quality:
1. Source (because LCD TVs have much higher picture quality than traditional CRT "Tube" TVs, the worse your source material, the worse it looks on a LCD TV).
DVD and Sky/Digital TV should look excellent on this TV when connected with a good quality Scart lead (nothing too expensive, but a Oxygen Free Copper Gold lead may help) directly into one of the TV's Scart inputs (avoid using "switching" boxes for multiple equipment).
Also, bear in mind that this is a HUGE screen (40 inches I think) and will REALLY show up bad source material.
The best advice I can give is, if you have HD-ready equipment use HDMI connections for everything (ideally with an HD-uplscaling DVD player which will "improve" the quality of standard DVDs on the TV - I recommend models by Philips) and check that you are in "Movie" or "Cinema" mode on the TV.
Make sure that all of your equipment, like your Sky digibox, is set to 16:9 mode (not 4:3) aswell to preserve the true widescreen aspect ratio.
Hope that helps!
Try changing the cable to another connector. If picture is still poor, try changing the cable for a new one. Also verify that the sky unit is giving a good picture by connecting it to another TV and see if picture is clear.
You could also verify the connections on the TV by inputting video from another source such as VCR or video camera.