Originally Posted by k_jartti
those Potter-pictures are not from my set. [...] I got new tv which has same problem but not so bad as my old one.
That's all well and good, but my question was more general than that. If people could post more info we might be able to find a correlation. So far all we are getting is "I've seen the problem" or "I had it the other day on my set" which does very little to narrow down the circumstances of the problem.
So, in general, when people report problems (or lack thereof), it would be nice if they would include more information on where the signal is coming from - model of plasma, which A/V component, brand, model, what kind of connection type (color space for HDMI if available), build date on set, receiver model if the signal is going through a receiver, especially if the receiver is doing upconversion (processing) on the video.