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It happens to computers, too, when something like an electric fan is too
close to the monitor. The phenomenon is not limited to color changes. I get
waves on the monitor in that case. I think the easiest and clearest way to
refer to this phenomenon is to call it electrical interference or just
interference. The phenomenon is one electrical device affecting the
operation of another electrical device.
From: Yosuke Ichikawa <ichikawayosuke -at- obun -dot- co -dot- jp>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Friday, July 14, 2000 1:00 AM
Subject: TV term; "color blur"?
>When you place something magnetic (like a speaker) close to a TV set, the
>color may be affected, changing to green or purple or some color other than
>what it should be.