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Hi,


My projector is a NEC MT-1045 (which I bought used). It is working fine but has a problem with low light parts of the picture which instead of being gray or black has this ugly green tint. I have tried all kinds of adjustments, but I am not able to remove the greenishness. Skin and other colors looks good in the highlights of the picture, so it is not like the whole picture is green. However, in a lot of indoor scenes the whole picture seems green, while outdoor daylight scenes are almost perfect.


What could be causing this? Could the lamp be faulty (it has about 1,000 hours on it), or?
 

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soud like shading !!!! :mad:
I am fairly new to this: What is shading, and what can be done about it?
 

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So you have tried adjusting RGB settings from projector? Lowering green contrast and/ or brightness, upping red/blue contrast/brightness?

FL-Day filter could also be helpful. But needs RGB adjusting also to get colors right.

Or maybe there is so much dust inside the optics or somewhere that it doesn´t appear as just blobs but the whole picture area is covered with it.
 
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