Question about Toshiba 46HM95 46" HDTV
Why do the colors seem to be distorted especially on peoples faces and bodies. seems to have yellow blotches? after about a half an hour, my dlp starts to get that "moving moss" look especially on peoples faces and then after about an hour of being on, the picture starts to flicker. i tried a new lamp and that didnt help and there are no humming or buzzing sounds.
Try and do a factory reset based on what is written in the manual. If this doesnt help, Check if the TV is set on NTSC or PAL.
Try also a different input on ur TV like scarf or s-video
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
You might try a different display format, like 1080i vs. 1080p, although the p (progressive scan) should have less flicker due to the fact that the frame is scanned completely before another frame is scanned, while the i (interlaced) weaves frames together by scanning alternate horizontal scan lines and interlacing the images.
When things look good, then begin to flicker, then stabilize again, it's almost a description of a sync issue, or you are able to perceive the flicker that is truly there, but presumably happenening at a rate above your perceptual threshold, much like flourescent lights actually flicker, but at 60 Hz (cycles per second) most (but not all) people don't see any flickering.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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