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Sony KP53XBR300 While watching from hd cable in 1080i mode, the tv losses sync (?) with the signal and shows the input and display mode whenever there are fast cuts in the program, flashing lights, dark to bright scenes and so on. This does not happen in any other format. It seems to be getting worse.

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  • daniel6660 Jan 14, 2008

    Thanks but the tv does this through the component cable, as in it,s just a monitor.
    I also have a sony terrestial hd box and it does the same thing. There is no color wheel,
    it,s a crt projector.

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It can be a problem with the internal tuner or filter... (that will need replacing) Try another mode if it is working..

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  • Rishi Roshan Ali Jan 14, 2008

    It could also be the color wheel contoll module, the contrast filer, the brighhtness filer, but if it works in other modes then its proberally just the internal tuner. IF you wish you can call the manufactures and ask them for advise , dealers and agents for your brand..

  • Rishi Roshan Ali Jan 14, 2008

    BTW try a borrowed cable box as well just incase its your box ..

  • Rishi Roshan Ali Jan 14, 2008

    oh ,,, right ahh sorry ..



    What you should have a look at then is your tuner..

    and your filters especially the capicators..



    If those are fine then its an Ic problem, You can have a look at the master controll ic for voltage issues as well as the decoder ic for the tuner..



    But mostly its one of those problems ... let me know what happens

  • Rishi Roshan Ali Jan 18, 2008

    Hey any luck with my latest suggestion ?

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