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I have the Panny RP-91 DVD player hooked up to a new Panny 42" plasma.


When I was viewing my Superbit copy of "Dracula," recently (for about the fourth time in several days), I noticed a problem that I'm pretty sure was not there before. There is a "flaring" of light runnig up the right side of the picture. It's almost like an anomaly you might get when a CRT tube starts to go bad. I freaked, wondering if it was the new plasma screen, but the flair disappeared when I turned off the DVD (the screen has perfectly even illumination when idling). Also, this doesn't occur with any other DVDs yet.


But I'm SURE this defect wasn't there the first times I played the Dracula DVD - I would have noticed such a defect.


Any ideas what might me going on? Can a DVD develop such a defect?

Could it be my RP-91 DVD player? I'm doubting it's on the DVD, because such a visible defect would have been mentioned in the reviews.


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Rich.
 

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Do you have any other equipment near, or on the same breaker as the plasma display? Maybe a computer, monitor or anything else? Sounds like an interference problem, but it is strange that it would only be with one DVD. I have that problem on my 19' tube set that sits on top of my equipment rack next to my computer desk. On certain cable channels it has banding up the left side of the display about 1" thick. It is ONLy when my computer monitor is also on, and ONLY on one of the cable channels.


Don't know if this will help you any, but thought I would drop it out there.


Rob
 
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