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Sounds like you may need a new lamp according to my Samsung DLP manual for a HLR4667W.
"Why do I need to replace the lamp? The lamp used in a DLP TV has a limited lifespan. For the best screen quality it needs to be replaced periodically. After replacing the lamp, the screen quality will be bright and clear as new."
GO again into the customer menu and look for something that says Hall, Surround etc--I have seen this before--usually it is a setting that creates a problem where the background sounds are so loud you cannot hear the people talking......go thru every section of the menu--I be you will find this is your problem.
Let me know what you find--I am here to help people. I do not think you have a circuit problem--only some thing in the menu has been set to the wrong place.
If this has helped you, rate this solution as I do this here for FREE.
It sounds like you have Image burn in on your crt's. This happens when you watch programs in 4X3 mode. (The sides are blacked or grayed out and the picture is centered in the screen). The only way to fix this is to replace the crt's. I wish I had better news. Let me know if I can be of further assistance
First thing to check is the onscreen menu, does it have the pink tint? What about when you watch a DVD? If so, the problem lies within the TV. If not, this maybe a problem with cable/satellite input. Cables can degrade or have cracks that can cause poor results. I would try another set of cables. You have to determine if it's the TV, the signal or the cable/satellite receiver, if one is in use.
I have replaced alot of these light engines for this problem.
Yesterday I received a letter from Sony saying they are going to give an additional warranty to have the optics replaced.
I just checked, your model is one of them and Sony is replacing the optic block under an extended warranty, regardless of the purchase date, until the end of October 2008.
Contact Sony for an Authorized Service Center in your area or go to this site to read about it:
Have this repair done on your set and it should save you about $1300.00 to $1500.00 on the repair.
Hope this helps.