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Re: hd outputs or connectins
The only HD input on that monitor that is true HD is the 15 pin VGA input connector. It can be set in the TV menu to be used as an RGB input OR a color difference component input (Y, RY, BY). You will need a 15 pin connector that breaks out into 3 sperate cables; the ones I've seen break out into 3 BNC connectors and then you have to use dapators to convert them to standard RCA pulgs for connection to most consumer devices.
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This 'TV' is really more of a video monitor. It has one DVI input, 2 SCARTS (1 RGB); component video input; composite video input; S-video, and stereo audio and RF inputs. Best picture would be using the component inputs if your DVD player has the outputs. If not you'll have to consider the S-video or composite (yellow) plugs. (Neither is HD capable....)
you will have to use a VCR, DVD player that has a built in tuner, or an HD converter box. The HD converter box will have an antenna connection for the outside antenna. But will also have RCA outputs to connect your TV to the converter
check the back side of the monitor, or on the side of the monitor you will find the RCA connection through this side. the input of the video player comes in three colors, yellow for video output, red and white for audio output. just put the connector on its color allocation properly
First, try to reset resolution of HDMI Sony BD output.
Unplug HDMI cable from TV and change to Component connection to reset BD output resolution.
Than after you entered to resolution menu, choose to standart resolution 720 or 480 i.
If above methode working, try to reconect HDMI cable again to HD TV.
If any problem with picture or still "Not Supported" messege appear, i suggest to change HDMI cable first.
i hope its work.
You didn't fully expain how each device is connected to the others. I don't think you have this set up correctly. Your DVD cannot record in HD so there is no point sending an HD signal to it - it can't process it. This is how I would set it up:
1. Install a 2-way splitter on the input cable
2. Connect output 1 from the splitter to the Humax receiver
3. Connect the Humax receiver to the TV with an HDMI cable
4. Connect output 2 from the splitter to the DVD
5. Connect the DVD to the TV with SCART cable.
This will enable you to watch HDTV via the digital receiver and also provide an input from source (dish/cable) to your DVD player so that you can record.
If you've already set it up this way then it should work. I suspect you've connected the Humax to the DVD and TV and also the DVD to the TV.
Please try this setup and post back if you need further assistance.
Couple of items come to mind. In the menu of the receiver, is there a way to choose video and RGB? Set the receiver to SAT Connect the HD Cable Box to SAT Check the TV is on Monitor RGB. Check the input being used by the monitor RGB cables is selected on the TV. Have a picture? NO, receiver has issues. Yes? Do this with each input to confirm they work. You can reset the whole receiver to factory by holding the tone button down and holding the standby button for three seconds. (This clears your speaker setups, too.)
Your LT-3780 LCD is only one part of a two-part television system. The LCD is the "monitor" and the HD-4001 "Media Center" is where the inputs and outputs are for the television. The HD-4001 was included with the LT-3780. They are connected together with an HDMI cable and a Serial Cable for communications. If you don't have the HD-4001, you can connect your cable box or DVD player directly to the LT-3780 with an HDMI cable. You will not have any means to connect more than one device at a time, as this feature was performed by the media center. You will also be unable to connect any S-Video, Composite, or Component devices, as these connections are only on the back of the Media Center.
if you want sound from normal digital tv you could try connecting audio jacks straight from the free view box. if you got a dvd player it will run sound through your free view also. your basicaly then just using your tv as a monitor and can turn the sound off altogether from your tv
If I'm right On the DVD recorder there should be an aerial input and an output. Connect external aerial to the output then run a second from the output to the TV. Then use the HDMI to connect the DVD. This will then give you the option of recording one channel on the DVD whilst watching another thru the receiver thats built into the TV. You will then get the best poss picture when viewing DVD