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What would cause poor image quality on a Sony digital TV and video recorder?


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2007-09-11 01:20:46
2007-09-11 01:20:46

I've found that by trying the different video signal settings ie (composite, SVHS, RGB etc.) I've found a very wide range of quality results. Have you tried the different settings available to you on both the TV and recorder?


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