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Strange CRT RGB Problem

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I have this strange problem with my CRT when running games via RGB, the right side of the screen seems to have some kind of colour bleed or something. It doesn't happen when running the games via composite and I checked the SCART cables, all the pins seem to have the correct components and wiring.

 

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Here's Sonic on the Mega Drive, it seems that the background colour bleeds through to the front. Depending on the main colour used in the background layer, that is usually the one that comes on top, like the casino zone or which ever has a reddish background, the red would show on top instead.

 

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It's less visible on the PS1 as it only comes across as barely visible white instead.

 

The TV's a PAL Sony Trinitron from around the early 2000's, not used excessively I don't think, it's just strange that this only happens when using RGB.

 

Anyone have any ideas or experience with this kind of thing?

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ahh never mind I think I found the solution. There was an odd RGB setting to move the picture.

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Well I would have never quessed.

 

Was it like something with being able to change the clock/time/frequency of the colors?

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