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If it has one it should be where all the other inputs are at on the back of the tv.

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I have a 2002 Mitsubishi Medallion TV. The only input for HD is DTV (no DVI or HDMI inputs). Is there a converter box from HDMI to DTV that will allow for 1080i resolution?


From looking at the back panel of the TV, the DTV input can be configured as a component video. The M-Link/DVI-HD port is also a DVI with HDCP port and maximum signal handled is 1080i. The M-Link should work with an HDMI to DVI cable or adapter. For this to work, the source must not be a computer or another device using the default computer video output (computers give RGB output). The DTV port would need an HDMI to Component video converter. See this page for some examples: http://www.hdtvsupply.com/hdtocoad.html . The first one in the list (for Netflix and Boxee among others) will give 1080i out if the source is set correctly.

Most DVI-HDMI cables are single link. I've seen some examples where DVI-I (single link) and DVI-D (dual link) cables are not interchangeable. If you have video problems, check your cable. An HDMI to DVI adapters will let you run an HDMI cable up to the TV and then converter at the TV as a separate connection.

I hope this helps.

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How do i change from 480i to 1080 on my Toshiba 52HM95 DLP im trying to hook up my playstation 3 with an HDMI cable but it wont switch over to 1080i


Most TVs choose the resolution based on the signal coming in. Be careful if you try and use 1080P. Not all TVs support it. 1080P is only on HDMI. set the playstation to 1080i before connection.
Some TVs and Playstation HDMI do not mix well due to software in the HDMI ports. Try RGB cables.

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The tv reflects that it is showing in 480i whent he cable is at 1080i. i am using a hdmi cable, i know the tv is plug and play, but if that is not working can i manually switcht the tv to 1080.


There are several solution you can try. Go to your menu and manually set the TV to your own personal setting is the easiest step. The other is to change the source that generate the 1080 res. The HDTV is only capable of producing the signal it receives, not the other way around. If you have a reliable and true 1080 source, then your tuner is having some other issue or the HDMI port is bad. Try using the 5 component YCB plus sound to duplicate the problem. The Component port is capable of producing up to 1080i source. Let me know how this turn out.

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I am having trouble changing my format from 720 t0 1080


Your 1080i (or p) will be dictated by using a) a device that supports it, and b) using one of the "COMP" (or HDMI) inputs with all video and audio ports used. In general you just can't connect a tv signal to the tv inputs and get 1080i or 1080p.

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4yr old Mitsubishi DL 52525, HDMI input vide problem


Are you sure its the TV and not the source? Are you sure its only the HDMI port on the TV? The only reason why you must HDMI is to get 1080p and your TV doesn't support 1080p. Its supports up to 1080i. Your TV has a native resolution of 720p which means it can accept a 720p image and not need to scale it, so the picture will look the best at 720p but will support 1080i. I would use component cables to connect your sources and set them to output 720p. 

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I had the same issue. I think you have to reset your PS3. I don't remember how I fixed it but I did find the anwser in the PS3 user manual "Trouble Shooting".

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Sounds like the tuner is going.

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the best from what i seen is HDMI, DVI, or comp. in that order.
On my 82" HDTV i use the VGA plug connected to P4 3.5ghz.
everything seems to come to life using a computer and good video card.

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· http://home.earthlink.net/~oleg.filippov/ConvergenceFix.htm
· http://cmpalmer.blogspot.com/2006/11/fixing-my-own-tv-part-ii.html

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