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Mitsubishi hc1500 banding

Just hooked up a new mitsubishi hc1500 using new component cables, new dvd, new receiver.   When viewing, there are horizontal lines making their way up the screen.   I have eliminated the possibility of the cables, receiver, or dvd player being bad...  I can't figure out if there is a way to get rid of the banding via settings on the projector.
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If you're using the VGA port, you'll see the banding because it's not really showing 720p, it's doing scaling (I'm not sure from what resolutions it's scaling). So, even though you're using VGA at 1280x720, the scaling is still going on and it's showing the banding.

You have to use HDMI to get true 720p.

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It could be a ground loop problem try using a AC ground eliminator adapter.. I had the same problem.. this worked

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