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Topic # 86016 29-Jun-2011 17:16
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i have just recently brought a Kworld M200 great machine  but i have have a couple of problems,
the image is verry shakey(Virtical small shakes) whem in menu but i cant realy notice it in movies but it still bugs me, also the image is cut off slightly on the side but changing the resolution seems to do nothing.
oh by the way im on a tube tv with a compsit conection.
any help would be great.

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  Reply # 487539 29-Jun-2011 19:48
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Being composite input to a CRT TV it's most likely to be the TV causing the shakes.
I'd suggest you try it on a newer LCD TV with composite to compare.
Composite is the lowest quality picture source.
The preferred connection for a media player is HDMI with Component as second best.
My 5 year old Panasonic LCD had a noticeable horizontal shimmy on both TV and component and HDMI inputs which used to annoy me. No problems with the new Sony 3d. Crystal clear and rock solid.



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Reply # 487540 29-Jun-2011 19:57
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thanks for the reply,
i guess its just a matter of saving up then. =\


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  Reply # 487554 29-Jun-2011 20:53
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aaronr76: thanks for the reply,
i guess its just a matter of saving up then. =\



What city are you in? If you are in Chch it may be something else causing the shakes.... Undecided 



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  Reply # 487556 29-Jun-2011 21:02
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no in newplymouth

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