Question about Sharp Aquos LC-32G4U 32 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
This just started happening and to make it worse it's intermittent. When I switch from HD (HDMI 1080i) back to regular digital (HDMI 480i) I get a messed up purplish tint. I have to turn off the LCD to reset and then tint returns to normal. Just happens when I go from HD to regular and not the other way around.
Is this happening to anyone else? Any suggestions?
A friend and I both have the LC-32D64U Aquos sets with the same problem. Black screen for a few seconds with no video or sound. They came with firmware version S0804171.
Installing (reverting?) to firmware S0801101 on Sharp's website resolved these issues. Perhaps you need to update/switch firmware versions, especially if hardware replacement did not resolve the issue.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
SOURCE: 480i to 1080i?
It depends on which input you are using, but the HDMI inputs are auto detecting. Most likely whatever device you have connected is not putting out a 1080i signal, and needs to be configured to do that. Once you do, you should see the input icons on the top right briefly come up, and below the input number, you should see "1080i"
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
Unfortunately the panel is cracked internally can't can't be repaired the whole panel has to be replaced. most times the panel will cost as much as you paid for the set. My son cracked ours when it was only 3 weeks old it doesn't take much force to ruin one.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
My sharp tv also had a green tint and resetting to facotry setting did not work, what finally worked is making sure that all cables were inserted all the way into the tv and receiver. Someone else advised this for another Tv and it worked on my sharp so it is worth a try.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
I have the same problem I'm sending 1080i to the screen and it will only display 480i. I too would love an answer to this question.
Posted on Nov 23, 2010
Do you mean the LC-60E88UN? The LC-69E88UN isn't listed at Sharp's USA web site.
Try a different channel; different programs will have different resolutions provided (particularly the local stations). How are you connecting the TV to the satellite box? If you are not using component or HDMI, then get the appropriate cable for whichever of those is compatible with your satellite box. Then change switch the output of the satellite box and switch the input if needed for the TV.
With DirectTV, there is a setup menu option to change the output resolution to the native resolution of the TV. So check that. Menu > Fav's and Setup (press Select) go to HDTV > Video tab. Set Native option to On. The only issue will be that channel changes will be slow as the receiver checks the native resolution. Dish Network probably has a similar feature but it may be in a different menu area. Check your documentation. Both companies have manuals online when you look up the equipment.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 23, 2011
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