Color 'bleeds' or smears when watching HD channels on Toshiba 53HX71
When watching HD stations I see very obvious 'bleeding' of the color blue. The blue color will bleed or smear from left to right across the screen and overpowers other colors, giving the images (which are still clear) a blue overtone. Only the color blue is exhibiting this and depending on the intensity of the blue is more noticeable.
The problem is noticeable but only barely when watching standard TV stations as well.
I've adjusted the convergence and nothing changes.
Re: Color 'bleeds' or smears when watching HD channels on...
Sounds like the same problem i had recently, Take the front off, (its safe so your ok) You will see the 3 lenses which are ajustable, Just keep adjusting 1mm at a time until it solves this, Took me about 45 mins to get it perfect, Persist and you will get there!! Hope this helps
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test first a) Video detector, then 2) AGC, adjust control, circuit 3) color Sync 4) color occ 5) color killer 6) color i-f 7)DEM red-gree-blue+videoamp red-gree-blue finally YOKE.see the b.diagram attached. God bless you
your toshiba player should have output composite video and audio which are color coded Yellow for video, red and white for audio same goes for proscan hdtv. connect between the two keeping in mind color of cables. If the toshiba player is really old you can connect the RF cable output to antenna input to the proscan tv and watch taped programs from the player on channel 3 of the proscan tv. If then you want to keep the hookup and still watch HDTV connect the antenna to the toshiba vcr and when you shut off the vcr you can now watch the hdtv channels as usual because now you are bypassing the antenna to the Proscan tv. Hope this Helps..
I am not sure which set you have, but, when colors are bleeding on a projection set that is a good indication that the tube is going bad. The color that is dominate, red, green or blue, this will tend to bleed across the screen. If I had more information on your set I could give you a better suggestion, but if it is a tube it will be a costly repair.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance please comment to this post and I will try to help you further. Thanks for using FixYa asnowman
Most of the time the Hyper Board failing is the cause of this problem. It will eventually get worse where it also affects the HD ins. Unfortunately the Hyper Boards are no longer available from Toshiba and have not been available for quite some time. My suggestion is to coast with it and replace the Set when the HD ins fail.
Try this first. Start your Laptop in Safe Mode. Are you still having the problem. If you are try reinstalling your graphic card drivers..the color bleeds are mainly
due to improper installing of graphic drivers...the blue screens are
usually due to memory dumps(RAM problems)...
Have you tried disabling SVM (scan velocity modulation)? Often touted as a "feature" of TVs, it's a way of artificially making a picture appear sharp. Totally unnecessary. When SVM (sometimes called VM) is on, it can lead to some color bleeding around edges.