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Dark picture on composite inputs ?

Hi,

When I'm using the composite inputs (both of them) I get dark picture, really ugly :(. At the moment I switch to analog input the picture is good, but I dont have the HDTV quality anymore.
The technician from Time Warner come and we tried brand new set-top/decoder box. He unpacked it in front of me.
That is why I think it has something to do with my Olevia ?
Is this easy fixable... send an email to Olevia nobody bothered to answer.
What could be the problem.

thanx in advance

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