Question about Panasonic PT-AE700U Multimedia Projector
I have a new bulb, with under 300 hours of lamp life, recently (last 100 hours) a blueish tint is showing up more vividly throughout the picture... Looks bad with dark images. Anyway, I'm trying to determine if this is a problem with my projector itself or if I got a bad replacement bulb through B&H photo. I've ruled out a cable... I get the same results using HDMI, VGA and Component cables. Any help would be appreciated.
No... lcp panels will look different when going bad ! this is the polarization filter, most of the time the one BEFORE the lcd panel (blue in this case). these should be cheap but are not easy to get...so you might pay quite a lot. you can also buy polarization filter sheets and cut them to size. keep in mind to check for the right orientation !
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
Most likely not a bulb problem (substitute a known good bulb if you have one to be sure). more likely is a bad LCD panel inside the projector. the light is split into 3 beams which go through 3 LCD panels (red, green, and blue) which produce the picture. the blue panel could be going bad.
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
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