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Hi

would like to know if any one has had problems with getting a good image.

Not sure if the ones I have are getting too much voltage or not enough.

as the color looks like it is burned in. Too much contrast and too blue.

thanks

3R

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Does the picture get better when they have run for longer than 10min?

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hi

No the picture does not get better.

when the goggles are plugged into a DVD player the picture is great.

Is it possible to get voltage reading from the out put of both devices with out hurting anything?

thanks

3R

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If you talk about checking if the video signal from both sources is correct, you'll need an oscilloscope.

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Hi

I thought that would be the case.

I just bought an amplifier with gain control. Will let you know what happens.

It has one video input with 7 out runs on 12V

Thanks

3R

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Good idea. Should also take care of coupling/terminations if there was something wrong there.

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the amplifier helped just a little bit about one shade lighter.

so I am not sure if I have a matching problem with the Receiver and Goggles. Which I think is the case.

I have the chance to test with another set of goggles that work great. It is just going to take a day or two for us to meet up.

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If you have an DVM or anything else to measure resistance, you could check the DC input impedance of your goggles. Maybe that points us in the right direction regarding signals matching.

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I do have a multi meter but not sure how to Measure R of the goggles as it has several pins. Not sure which ones to use and worried that I may fry something if I get the wrong ones.

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You can measure it on the yellow RCA jack that gets the video signal.

If the goggles don't have that connector you might like to post a picture so we can guess what to do.

Cheers,Hartwig

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