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i have tried removing each ribbon cable on the T-con board that works each side of tv picture to see if taking either 1 out helps the image improve but removing each 1 individually doesnt have any desired effect, any help please as im not sure if its a new T-con boared i need or possibly something else


Have tried switching back on after 1min but no luck, also have reset picture settings but still same, just i havent tried updating to the latest firmware, how would this work, would i need the tv to be connected to internet


Hi George, well i got another T-con board fitted which took away the ghosting affect and improved picture quality but now have vertical & horizontal lines on left and bottom of screen, so annoying as its much better than before, had ribbon cables come with new T-con also and have tried changing with mine but still same, any ideas what else could be causing lines.... also is there a cleaning fluid for ribbon connecters as i thought it might be worth a try incase theres a contact problem


If your Samsung TV has abnormal colors, has a double image (ghosting), or the image looks blurry, you can fix this issue by updating the firmware for your Samsung TV. There are two ways to do this either by downloading the firmware from our website and update with USB or update it directly from your TV.


If you notice that your TV has abnormal colors, has a double image (ghosting), or the image looks blurry, just know that we are aware of the issue and you can fix it right now. You just need to update your firmware. There are two ways to do this: download the firmware from our website and update with USB, or update it directly from your TV.


Motion smoothing features eliminate ghosting and blurring that occurs from fast moving images. On Samsung TVs these are known as Auto Motion Plus or Picture Clarity. These motion smoothing settings look great on live TV, like sporting events or parades, which are filmed at 30 frames per second. Most movies, however, are filmed at 24 frames per second and are not intended to be viewed with these features. When turned on, this causes the dreaded soap opera effect. Let us show you how to change these settings on your TV or Odyssey Ark gaming screen.


When a Samsung TV has a connection or processing problem, you are likely to get vertical lines and ghosting. Besides, when the panel and processing board are poorly connected it may show the error. Also, this may happen if the scalar PCB, T-Con, or Cof -IC is faulty.


When the images on the screen are blurry or follow each other, we call it a ghosting problem. In some cases, when images move too fast, they may get distorted, and you are likely to have clouded effects. But this is likely to happen if the Auto Motion Plus is off.if(typeof ez_ad_units != 'undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[300,250],'whatsabyte_com-banner-1','ezslot_7',670,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-whatsabyte_com-banner-1-0');


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You may then need to reset the picture setting by pressing the home button and going to locations on the screen. Proceed to choose pictures at the top of your left-hand side and click on the expert setting. Go to the Auto Motion Plus settings, click on it and press enter on the remote control.


Vertical lines or ghosting is a common issue not just in Samsung TVs but also in other brands. It may result from a faulty component or a disconnection. Ensure to troubleshoot the source of the problem before trying to fix it. If it is a defective component, get an expert to replace it.


So, my thing is I'm not strict about response time. Unless I'm playing a competitive online shooter or fighter, I don't really notice the difference. So I would like to enjoy the better picture quality of the picture modes outside Game Mode, but the inverse ghosting (especially in dark games or during night time in open world games) is unbearable.


What is worrying me is that as far as I know most people don't have any inverse ghosting issue after the 1304 patch.Just to be clear, my "ghosting" looks like a purple silhouette that appears in front of dark objects on light(er) backgrounds when camera panning.


I thought maybe my panel was faulty, but then why would it go away with the patch in Game Mode Also, the weird thing is that, sometimes, while tinkering with the settings, the ghosting goes away for just a little bit, and then comes back for whatever reason (without me changing anything).Some games that will immediately show me inverse ghosting :


a/most times : very heavy purple ghosting,b/sometimes : very feint green ghostingc/rarely : no ghosting at all!!! (this could change after a switch to Game Mode and back, sometimes not)It's extremely weird. It seems the set is absolutely capable of outputting games without purple ghosting (I mean, I've asked my wife to check because I couldn't believe my eyes). But it's almost like every time you switch between modes, the algorithms change, and sometimes they get it right, but most of the time, they get it wrong... Factory resets have done nothing to solve that situation, so I don't get it. It's not a panel issue, if it was, it wouldn't be able to display it correctly any time (I think). Therefore, it can only be a firmware issue. But then, how could it be that it's not that way for every set out there (at least from the same region). The mystery intensifies...


- I have a document shared between Samsung and its service company in my country where they explicitly say that everything is "normal" and "within specs", even provided with purple ghosting evidence in video


Now that I am looking for this ghosting, I can see it ever so slightly when watching a 4K movie using the Plex App on the Samsung TV app section. I feel like this issue has poisoned the experience of owning this expensive brand new TV, and that's the most disappointing part.


The purple inverse ghosting has reduced dramatically, it's still slightly visible but is no longer purple, its more cyan in colour. It's still quite obvious in RDR2 though, but way better than before, nearly as large in width but just lighter in colour. Assassin's Creed has an ever so slight ghosting, also light in colour.


The MCC had the worst ghosting I had seen, the bump mapping on all textures would light up with purple ghosting and it looks atrocious, with the settings it appeared to be gone. This game runs at Native 4k 120fps and has HDR and was one of the worst I tested, even during the day in a lightly shaded area. Correlation maybe all the bells and whistles on and it's worse... I think so.


To fix ghosting, make sure that the video cable is connected to the source device. Sometimes, the cable box and the TV are incompatible, resulting in ghosting. If the cable box is too old, this can be the culprit. If you have the cable box, you can update the firmware to solve the problem. Some cable companies make firmware updates available online, while others send repairmen to your home to perform this step.


If your TV is experiencing ghosting, you are not alone. Many TV owners are faced with this problem. This problem affects the image quality of your TV. It occurs when the television has multiple images on its screen at once. This issue is commonly known as dual image or offset image. To fix the problem, you need to replace the cable and restart the TV. If you are still unable to solve the problem, contact your TV service provider and ask for a free replacement.


If your Samsung TV is experiencing ghosting, you should first check the video cable connection to the source device. It may be the problem itself, but changing the power source could cause radio frequency interference. If the problem persists, it is time to update the firmware of your TV. Some cable providers will send you the new firmware, while others will send you the update. If updating the firmware of your TV does not resolve the problem, try changing the settings on your TV.


A black shadow appears on a Samsung TV screen if your broadcast signal is weak or of low quality. You should check the connection of the connected device or cable if this is the cause. If the signal is strong, you can change the picture settings using the Menu or Home > Settings options. Also, you can perform a Self Diagnosis test to see whether there is any change in the signal quality.


If these steps do not work, you may have a burn-in problem or a weak signal. In either case, try playing static for a few hours and checking the connection quality. You can also try cleaning the TV body so that the dust does not accumulate. To fix the problem, you should use a soft cloth to remove any debris that might be preventing the image from showing on the screen. It is important to check that nothing interferes with the picture on your Samsung TV.


There are many possible causes of ghosting on your Samsung TV. Most of the time, it is caused by a mismatch between the cable box and the TV. This usually happens when you pair a new TV with a very old cable box. Sometimes, upgrading the cable box firmware will solve the issue. Some cable providers offer firmware updates online, and others send out repair people to update the cable box for you. Either way, here are some solutions to ghosting on Samsung TV.


Changing the source of the signal is another possible cause of ghosting on Samsung TV. You may have an antenna attached to your television that is pulling in the same source from two different signals. If the ghosting disappears when the antenna is moved, then the problem is caused by a change in signal strength. You may also need to update the graphics driver. Some other potential causes of ghosting include: 59ce067264






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