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I have just bought an ASUS VW246H working it through a switch box between 2 PCs. I have connected it to the back of the pcs directly and still have the same problem. I get a slight (and annoying and tiring on the eyes)ghosting. Tried all sorts of resolutions and used the automatic adjustment with the ASUS. When I press this it actually goes sharp but only as it is sort of focusing but ends up same as it started.
I have just bought an ASUS VW246H - has slight ghosting?
This trouble maybe power supply or inverter boards is defective.
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Posted on Jan 14, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ghost Image
Are they both about the same age? Also have you recently added a device that is sitting near the monitors such a an external hard drive, printer, new speakers or power cord or cable next to or against the monitor cable? I sounds like EMI to me, shield the cable or plug of the offending devices into another outlet away from the monitors to test that theory, or having them on a separate surge protector should eliminate the noise you are reporting. Some go as far as adding UPS with line filtering (or conditioning) for the devices - you see it with home theater setups when the TV, computer, games and stereo are all plugged in the same outlets on the same home circuit.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
SOURCE: shadows around the objects
One common cause of ghosting is an inferior monitor cable. Remove any extension cables and check again. The monitor may be getting interference from another device nearby, such as a printer, for example. Try turning off/ disconnecting other devices and see if the ghosting disappears. If so, you could buy a better shielded cable, or rearrange your components to prevent the interference.
That would be a simple fix if it works....
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Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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