Question about Televison & Video
I came to USA with a DVD and a TV, bought a local DVD (in addition to my own) so i can view both my previous and new Zone and they all worked great. I now bought a new TV - Emerson BLC320EM9 (32'' LCD). I had no problems connecting it to the DVD i bought here and to the STB i got from the Cable company, but when i connected my original DVD i got ''Format not Supported'' on the screen. i tried regular Video cable (Yellow) and S-Video and both have the same issue. just Audio is fine. I do not have the 5 colored cable (Y, Pb, Pr, LR) but i suspect that if i'll buy it i'd still have the same issue.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Press menu button on the TV if the on screen display is also distorted or no pic the TV is definetely defective. You can try unpluuging from wall for about 15 minutes and see if reset helps if not problem is either main p.c.b , LCD panel , LVDS cable or Power supply board. and would require service. most likely problem would be bad connection at or defective LVDS cable that connects main p.c.b to Panel (cheapest fix) or defective main p.c.b. If it is the panel it would probably not be worth repairing and you may want to sell as is on ebay.
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
ok your tv does not come with the very best sound, you have to get a receiver 7.1 or you can use the optical wire , that's if the system you are using has that option.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
Check your resolution output from laptop it maybe set to high for the TV to handle, also go to the Display Properties and ensure that the second monitor out is enable. Good luck!!
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
SOURCE: Connect VCR to HDTV
If there is an extra AV connection just use that. Now note that VCRs have inferior picture quality compared to DVD. No matter what you do you will never get the crisp picture you get from a DVD. In fact I don't even use vcr anymore because they are outdated. Since you have an HDV it would be a great idea to enjoy blu ray on in it as well. Blu ray palyer are getting cheaper now.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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