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Scott Priester Posted on Apr 07, 2007
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Greenish tint I have a greenish tint to my picture in the Digital component mode. DVI looks great. Any suggestions.

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First of all component inputs are analog as the only digital inputs are the DVI or HDMI inputs on a TV. You might have color adjutments in the menus somewhere that allow you to compensate for color weakness on one or more colors. If not you most likely have a bad digital board.

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