I have sound when connected to either input but there is no real picture. There is "scrolling color lines" no actual picture scrolling. Problem started when the power to house was going on and of during a t-storm. Picture works fine from AV1 and the side input. Have tried new DVI cord and other video cables for AV 3, no luck. I tried unpligging the tv for a few minutes, no help. Then unplugged the tv overnight, no help.
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Re: No HD picture from AV4 or AV3
You power supply has a problem in it. If the electric ever starts to go on and off again, you really should disconnect the main to the house or purchace a standby power supply for the TV set like the ones peeps use for their computers. They are inexpensive these days and they really do work and save lots of money. Now about the TV set. Without a service manual and the know how to work on solid state electronics and printed circuit board, you should seek out the assistance of a service person for this type of repair, unless you do know how to use a multimeter and read a schematic diagram. Good Luck
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When your getting ready to play back a recording on your Tascam DR-05 and you get a squeal. You may have a line out to some kind of speaker from the ear phone line out place on the side of the unit. If you don't have your "input" turned "off" the sound is feed back from your built in microphones. So every time after you recorded you have to go into the menu and turn off your input so this is how you do it. Go into your menu, scroll down to "other" scroll over to the right and scroll down to monitor mix, scroll to the right and there will be your "input" highlighted. Scroll to the right and turn "off your input". What you are doing is turning off your built in microphones. Remember when you want to record again, you have to remember to turn your input/microphones back "on". You will get really fast at this in time. I know the directions in the manual are veg I am here looking for other stuff that I haven't figured out but thought I would help out as I went along. email me if you want other help I will be back from time to time to help out. their isn't much on the next only reviews which don't help on real world situation. See ya hope this helps. Turn your mic/ input back on when you what to record again turn it off to play back.
Hi, if the lines are diagonal sounds like it is set to progressive scan mode-which means if there is not a switch on back saying P/S and interlaced then you need to connect to T.V. with component video inputs ( indicated by red,green,and blue colored R.C.A. plug inputs) and Pan and Scan capable-then in menu setting select interlaced picture output. hope this was of use, good luck prodzilla
I'm not familiar with this TV, but normally it's either a lose connection (scart), make sure all your connections are pushed in firmly. Or you have the incorrect input selected on the TV. You're looking for a circle or square with an arrow in it on your remote; press it to cycle through your inputs. All this is assuming you have a set top box, sky, cable or pvr etc connected to your TV.
YOU HAVE AT LEAST A DOZEN VIDEO INPUTS ,THE BEST IS THE MONOLINK.WHATEVER WAY YOU HAVE IT HOOKED UP .YOU HAVE TO GO TO THE INPUT MANUAL AND PICK OUT THE ONE YOUR ON .IF YOU DONT WANT TO SPENT 30 BUCKS ON A THE DVI-HMDI MONOLINK CABLE.OR 10.00 ON THE R/G/B TRI CABLE ,FIND ANY COLOR CRAPPY LITTLE SKINNY **** SPEAKER JACK CXABLE AND STICKIT IN THE YELLOW INPUT 1,2 0R 3 THEN GO ON THE INPUT SCREEN AND SCROLL DOWN TO WHATEVER INPUT YOU PUT IT ON.AND OF COURSE HOOK IT TO THE VIDEO OUTPUT ON YOUR BOX SIT BACK AND ENJOY THE 480 P RESOLUTION YOU WIL GET WITH A 50 CENT WIRE.
On this TV there is only one input for any HD resolution. Input # 5 is the component input i.e. red/green/blue cable. Just get the correct cable and match colors from cable box to TV this will allow the TV to display 1080i resolution ( only one this TV supports ). FYI you will also have to connect the red and white cables to the appropriate inputs to get any sound because red/green/blue connectors are just for video display not sound. Once your connected you'll be able to access video # 5 be sure to set your cable box to 1080i resolution also. I hope this helps later J.
You may have the cables in the wrong inputs. Make sure the y/r/w ends match the jacks. If using a 5 color cable, same matching. I have had 1 cable actually be bad out of the box and it gave me no color on a 5 conductor cable.