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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
best set up if you have all hdmi is to have all your components go into the receiver ie. hd cable box, dvd etc. by using the hdmi output from the player(s) to the hdmi input to the receiver. next use one hdmi cable from the receiver to the tv then your laughing.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
Im guessing your in the UK.
Asking about HD as you havent stated what country you are in.
Ok You will need the following to be able to watch HD pictures on your tv set.
Either Sky HD which involves having a dish fitted. Or Virgin cable system which is not available all over the country.
If you go to either of these systems you will need to pay a subscription to view the HD channels.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
SOURCE: Screen Size
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
Just about every problem I have had has turned out to be relative to the scart sockets. (rolling screen, wrong colour etc).
May I suggest that someone moves the scart to see if it helps.
Rather obvious I know but the obvious often works.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
You will have to connect your coax to the tv coax input.You can view cable this way.To use the hdmi input to tv,you will have to change your input settings back and forth on the tv menu from hdmi to rf input.There is no way to hook your cable to the txsr.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
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