Yeah, Kurtis Bahr mentioned earlier in the thread that the X9's composite is recombined according to his memory.
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7/5/11 at 1:33am
Players don't need to do it. There are players that don't, like old players without S-Video and the X0 (at least for its BNC output). It seems to merely be a cost-cutting measure as far as I'm aware.
Regardless, if you use the composite of the 919 you're just going to be watching a picture that's been Y/C filtered twice instead of once.
That sounds like ringing somewhere in the signal chain. What stages does your video output go through, & what kind of display device are you using? It's possible to misadjust a CRT so that the scanning beam velocity varies, due to ringing in the sweep circuits, which normally causes vertical lines on the left side of the screen, & most of the things I can think of would also cause lines to the left rather than the right, but if you give us an idea of what equipment you are using other than the player, we might be better able to help.