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Picture problem

by greg Martin / February 8, 2006 1:17 AM PST

I turned on my Sony SXRD today and notice a very strong blue color in the picture. I notice more on peoples faces. The HD channels do not have this but standard def. does. It wasn't like this before I tried to change some connections yesterday. What could cause this??

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(NT) (NT) What connections did you change?? John
by jcrobso / February 8, 2006 6:51 AM PST
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Component video??
by sirroundsound / February 8, 2006 12:34 PM PST
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If you are using component video, there are red, blue and green cables (or cable ends) which would correspond to the same colors on the output from your HD cable and the input on your TV, if these cables get mixed up in their connection, or not plugged in all the way, it is possible for your picture to have issues like you describe. There could also be set up problems, your TV may have more than one setting for the input you are using, and it could be looking for the wrong type of signal at that port.
Just a couple of suggestions.

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