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Help with TV/Monitor - Has a Milky Haze?
We have a TV in the lobby which is used to scroll announcements from the projection PC. The TV has a "milky haze" where all the graphics almost looks like we applied a transparent overlay to them. The graphics has a whitish, milky haze over them.
I'm trying to find what is causing that and can use a little help.
Here's the setup....
Projection PC has a dual graphics card with one VGA output going to a Kramer switcher. A VGA runs from the switcher to a AVerKey iMicro scan converter which converts the VGA signal to S-video. The S-Video signal runs about 50-60 ft to a flat screen TV and displayed via A/V mode.
First Assembly of God - Van, TX
Church Media/Tech Volunteer
Do you have another tv you can hook up temporarily? See if it is in the TV or in the signal being sent.
Then try it right after the Projection PC, Then the Switcher, etc.
Try every possible location/combination to rule out every other piece of gear or cable.