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Hi i have got a philips lc320w01 hd ready flatscreen, have fitted hdmi to dvi connector to change over to using a echostar hds-600rs,the sound is great on all channels and signal strength symbols good. but problem is picture freezing on all channels. any suggestions please.

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When you are using the DVI connection on this unit it will automatically set the aspect ratio. There is no way to force it into stretching the picture as it will with other input sources. The only way to get to fullscreen would be to go into the setup menu on your cable box and set the "4:3 override" option to one that will meet your satisfaction. I'm having issues with this one skewing the picture to the left on DVI input. I'll crack it open one of these days to see if there are some adjustments that I can mess with on the inside. If there is anything further I figure out, I'll repost.

Posted on Jan 02, 2008

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see this link...here is the user manual....

Posted on Mar 01, 2008

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have you checked menus and HDMI paths on the tv

Posted on Mar 01, 2008

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SOURCE: No sound on digital channels

Reset the unit . Switch off, pull the power plug of the wall receptacle and wait for about 1 min. Then plug it back in and problem will resolve. Check if you have the latest version of firmware

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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SOURCE: No HDMI input socket on Toshiba 'HD Ready' TV

There is an easy way to adapt the cable.

Any good computer shop will have the adaptor.

Take the HDMI cable to them, and tell them you want an adaptor to go to composite signal.

(I know that they're made, many of the graphics cards I use to build computers come with that cable adaptor)

You also might try Best Buy or Radio Shack, but you might not have much luck with them.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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