Question about Samsung 906BW LCD Monitor
Hi hoovs, Waves streaming normally comes from the 60 cycles hum of the AC mains. Sometimes this is caused by poor or loose grounding in the video cable or at times a weak or defective capacitor in the power supply of the monitor or at times low voltage supply to the monitor. If after checking your cables (both power and video) are not loose and are snugly fitted to their connection points and you still get the waves, then you are probably better off returning the unit for replacement. Another thing you can check is if the monitor is getting enough power. If the monitor's power supply is rated 100~240 VAC, then it should work out ok. If it's got a 240 rating and you are using it in 110, then the monitor is not getting enough juice which may cause the waves. On rare occasion, waves may be eliminated by simply plugging in the AC plug of your monitor the other way around. Hope this be of some help to you. Pls post again how things turn up. Kind regards.
Posted on Jul 18, 2007
I ran into the same problem with this moniter. I am running it as a secondary moniter off of my laptop and I tightened the connections and the waves went away a little but were still noticable. So I went back to the store I bought it from and exchanged it for another and got back to my house and it still had the same problem. I then decided to plug it into a different outlet from my laptop and speakers and it works perfectly, no waves or any problems at all.
Posted on Aug 07, 2007
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