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DDtv input on my 65711 looks blurry and the color is not right,the other inputs are fine

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Most of the time when tv starts to blurr or colors r off, then the bulbs are usually going bad. i would try to locate a local repair and purchase new bulbs. they can get exspensive. they are also different colors. you can adjust the angle of the bulbs.

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What all this means is that 480 lines of poor image quality are being blown up (think magnified) to fill 720 lines of resolution on the screen. What you end up with is a blurry image when compared to other inputs (ie: HDMI, COMPOSITE). The Dynex TV does not have some of the more advanced video processing of other manufactures. It will perform the image doubling, a bit of filtering, but not much more.

I suspect you TV is fine. A transition to an HD display can be shocking to some. After all, the VCR looked better on the old analog TV (not a joke, it did).


I hope this was helpful, best wishes.

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Try resetting both devices TV & BOX, unplugg power for 2 to 5 minutes then plug back in.

good Luck, big IRISH.

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