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Re: how to get my cable tv to work on my lcd tv
If using Coaxial cable from CATV box to the anolog antenna input, you need to be on Ch3 on the analog tuner, not digital tuner. If using a modulator, make sure its set to ch3 output also. If you are using RCA style jacks, you should not run a modulator. Make sure your TV input matches your choice of jack inputs in the back. Normally, I use the yellow RCA out of the CATV box to the yellow jack of AUX input on the back of the TV and the r/w leads to the aux input of the receiver. so you get Stereo amplified sound from any channel the CATV box is tuned to. If you have an AV switching receiver, it will have multiple inputs on the back and a single yellow monitor out that goes to the LCD TV. All changes if you are using a HD CATV box, that will have its own HDMI or DVI out and your LCD TV will have the same input, then you can attach the variable out or audio outs on the back of the TV to the receivers inputs, that way you have a little control of the audio level with your TV remote control (if using variable audio outs)
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I don't know the settings/menu of your tv, but for me I use a headphone jack to rca lead. The headphone end plugs into sound output like headphones and rca plugs into audio amplifier. Lead available at electrical/home entertainment retailer. If your computer has digital audio compatible with your tv you may be able to try that.
Control board / controller board is the board that connects VIA ribbon cables usually at the top. A used one should be cheap 50 -75 ad is fairly easy to replace. Make a new post with the make and model of your tv and you will more detailed info.
if your tv and home theatre system as all hdmi or component hook ups then follow these steps but only use all one or the other cables.
1. hook the cable from the ps3 to the home theatre "imput slot" (you choose which one you want to use)
2. hook a cable to the output slot on the home theatre system to your imput slot on your tv.
3. turn on all three systems, put your home theatre system on the correct function (which ever slots you decided to put the cables in to the input slots) then turn your tv to the correct AV channel
Good choice on the TV. I'm getting the same TV real soon.
I've been with Directv for over 7 years. And they have upgrade the boxes alot. Just wait until you get your new box the H21. It will be the difference between night and day.It looks great with the 720p TV that I currently have now.
Right now your PS2 and the old Directv box is only putting out 480p. Which will look ugly on the 1080p. You'll have to wait until you upgradethe box and use HDMI cords. PS3 puts out 1080p.
Look at the Directv web site, they should give you a big discount on the upgraded box for being with them for so long. They did for me.
Your tv is going to need internal repairs. I recommend using our premium service to help walk you through these repairs. Or contact a local repair service.
To avoid this in the future I recommend an inline surge protector or a "green" switch.
An inline surge protector makes sure that all power to your tv comes through at the same level and does not spike or fall. It has a battery backup as well.
A green switch is a way of rewiring your home or your entertainment center to allow you to disconnect all power to your entertainment center when you are away, when a storm is coming, or when you are simply not using the system. A remot control can restore the power.
The average home entertainment center has one of the highest drains on electricity in the average home for appliances that are not in use. that is what makes the green switch appealing.