Sony tv... really bad color

 

Bronze Member
Username: Cable

Post Number: 81
Registered: Aug-06
i have a big sony tv and the color is so bad all the time i see red and blue color only. there is no other color in this tv.. if i see TREE in this tv the color of the tree is red too instead green. if i see ornage in this tv i can only see red color if i see ripe banana in this tv i can only see red color banana instead yellow. there is no other color.and i trid to set the color but no sucess at all. what is the problem can any one plsz tell me
 

Gold Member
Username: Samijubal

Post Number: 3372
Registered: Jul-04
The green gun or driver circuit is dead. You're probably looking at an expensive fix.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Cable

Post Number: 82
Registered: Aug-06
do u no anyone in MS, jackson area who can repair my sony tv ..is there a dealer who i can take the tv to him or i can call him to take a look at it .....
 

Bronze Member
Username: Alright_boy

Post Number: 54
Registered: Jan-07
Try Sony website or yellow pages for possible repair sites. Sad to learn you could not figure this out for yourself.
 

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

New York, NY

Post Number: 780
Registered: Oct-06
As much as I love all Sony products

I hate all their TVs (Junk)
 

Bronze Member
Username: Alright_boy

Post Number: 67
Registered: Jan-07
King Tapeman is obviously an idiot. Interesting that many if not most broadcast production facilities with unlimited budgets choose Sony "junk". And don't give me that Sony greases the wheels bull. Interesting that year after year, various critics consitently name at least one Sony tv as best in its class. What does the King know that the experts don't? Zilch. Just his biases speaking.
 

Gold Member
Username: Samijubal

Post Number: 3376
Registered: Jul-04
Sony TVs at the consumer level are very problem prone, especially for the price. Critics rate performance only, and they're not always very good at that, not reliability. Consumer equipment and professional equipment are 2 completely different things. King is right.
 

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

New York, NY

Post Number: 794
Registered: Oct-06
Well thank you David

I guess I'll leave Jim to learn what I learned the hard way
I do work at Pro Audio/Video dozens of my customers are whole sale dealrs I do know what I'm talking about.
I wrote hundreds of posts praising how advanced Sony in Pro Electronics. When it gets to consumer elect. their parts break more often. That is why I say they are junk.

Consumers are smart perhaps reason for why Sharp and Panasonic sell more HD TVs than Sony.

I'm never biases
I always state my opinions
I do know one thing right now that you know nothing about electronics.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Alright_boy

Post Number: 68
Registered: Jan-07
Oh, and performance doesn't count, I guess. You're both nuts. King, your opinions contain nothing but bias.
 

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

New York, NY

Post Number: 798
Registered: Oct-06
I think my 25 years of remarkable experience hold bigger than bias.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Alright_boy

Post Number: 69
Registered: Jan-07
I know plenty of people with experience. Unfortunately, much of it was bad and therefore, any advice they might give would be highly suspect. And like my man Forrest Gump, that's all I got to say about that.
 

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

New York, NY

Post Number: 801
Registered: Oct-06
If you stick around you'll learn from me
I assure you I ain't Forrest Gump
 

Gold Member
Username: Samijubal

Post Number: 3377
Registered: Jul-04
Performance doesn't count for much when the product breaks down. Samtrash can make TVs that perform well when new, but their breakdowns are ridiculously high. So do you recommend something like Samsung on perfrmance only? Definitely not. I have been repairing electronics for about 20 years. I've heard almost as many compliants about Sony TVs as RCAs, which cost a fraction as much as Sony, so high breakdowns can be expected.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Alright_boy

Post Number: 70
Registered: Jan-07
"If you stick around you'll learn from me"
Now that's an offer that is easy to refuse.

"I've heard almost as many compliants about Sony TVs as RCAs, which cost a fraction as much as Sony, so high breakdowns can be expected."
Now that's what I call real objective and persuasive evidence.
I heard the world was coming to an end 20 years ago. Glad I didn't take that bet. As I previously stated, you guys are nuts.
 

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

New York, NY

Post Number: 821
Registered: Oct-06
Jim
You seem to be a smart alex.
Sony build advanced electronic devices there is no doubt about that. But fact they break more often than other reputable brands. To you performance doesn't count but majority of consumers don't want that to happen to them.
Yes Sony is the best TV design on earth as long as they don't break.
On the other hand Panasonic and Sharp sell more flat TV screens for the very same reason.

At this forum everyone entitled to their opinion.
You gave yours and I did provide mine.
Come on get over it.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Alright_boy

Post Number: 71
Registered: Jan-07
King, I beg your pardon, but I believe the correct phrase is smart aleck or smart alec. And no, I do not claim to be one. Now on to more important considerations:

"Sony build advanced electronic devices there is no doubt about that."
"Yes Sony is the best TV design on earth as long as they don't break."

I'll accept those intelligent observations.
 

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

New York, NY

Post Number: 827
Registered: Oct-06
Ya
But they break more often is what consumer won't accept.
That is even more logical
 

Gold Member
Username: Samijubal

Post Number: 3380
Registered: Jul-04
Jim, obviously you have no experience in the electronics field and are just babbling. Nice analogy on the end of the world. When you work on electronics and people tell you all the problems they've had or are having with their Sony TVs, it's past or present tense, in other words it's real, not someone predicting the end of the world in 20 years.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Alright_boy

Post Number: 75
Registered: Jan-07
David, shame on you. Is that the best you can do? Better stop while you still have some credibility left. I respect most of your contributions to this forum, although your analysis sometimes lacks cohesion. This is one of those times.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Alright_boy

Post Number: 76
Registered: Jan-07
"But they break more often is what consumer won't accept."
Obviously, you are not referring to the American consumer. The popularity of Samsung does little to support your claim. Like I told Massey, better quit while you are even.
 

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

New York, NY

Post Number: 829
Registered: Oct-06
We were talking about North Korea and Cuba's consumers
Chill Chill
Have a drink I think you can use one:
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Complement of King
 

Bronze Member
Username: Alright_boy

Post Number: 78
Registered: Jan-07
I don't drink, but I have to hand it to you, it's not a bad idea.
 

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

New York, NY

Post Number: 848
Registered: Oct-06
Try tea with milk
 

Bronze Member
Username: Alright_boy

Post Number: 87
Registered: Jan-07
Now that I can swig on.
 

Silver Member
Username: Tapeman

New York, NY

Post Number: 855
Registered: Oct-06
How about ice cold lemonade
Great chances yo'll pick lots of lemon

- Gently squeeze the lemon
- poor some water
- 3 spoons of sugar
- few ice cubes
- stir well

Enjoy
Complement of King
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Bronze Member
Username: Alright_boy

Post Number: 90
Registered: Jan-07
Guess you would know about such things (picking lemons).

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