I have a Bush 37TV016HD TV which has an Out of Range message when I use a HDMI cable. I have tried 1080 and 720 resolutions on both a DVD player and VirginMedia+ box and get the same result. It's fine with a scart but I cannot get anything but this message using the HDMI. I'm guessing it is a problem with the TV and wondered what I should do to get it fixed. Any help.....very grateful
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sounds like your apple TV is putting out a higher resolution than your TV supports. Is the resolution on your tv 720 rather than the 1080 that the apple tv outputs. If that's the case go into the menu on the apple tv and change the output on the apple tv to 720.
You don't set your tv to 1080. You set whatever you are connecting to your television to 1080. Let's say it is a cable box or blu ray player. You would need to be connecting it to your television with an hdmi or component cable. Connect it only once to the television with an hdmi or component cable. This may sound ridiculous but there are people that have their devices connected to the television three times with three different types of cables (hdmi, component, composite) instead of just one. Make sure the television is on the proper input. Adjust the video output settings to reflect 1080 i or p if possible resolution.
its telling you that you cant use the format that your source is set up for .. like 1080P wont play on a monitor that wont support that ..also hdmi requires an exchange of information between units before it will allow 1080 resolution (thats to prevent recording of high resolution material) the adapter may block that exchange .. if you set the source to 720 or less resolution then its likely to start working .. problem is .. if you cant see it how do you set it .. if your remote has an obvious button for that then you can just try selecting different modes and wait 10 seconds to see if it works .. if its not obvious then perhaps you can temporarily use svideo or composite in order to set up the source machine ..
My HDMI has stopped working. I have had a technician from Dish network out to my house 3 times and they have replaced the receiver and the HDMI cable and were unable to get the set to work all I get is a blue screen and a message which reads no signal. I also cannot use mt set using 3 rca cables connected to the component input when set to 1080 I keep intermittenly get a black screen then a blue screeen and sometimes a no signal message. I have to watch the tv set to 720 on component 2 and it is the most stable in that setting. Please send help
if the cable box is sending in 1080 signal the tv will not be able to format to a 480 (you can switch to either/or)
the problem you have is if your not sending 1080 to the tv your not really watching HD but you cant strech the 4:3 (non HD channels) to the 16:9
the only thing you can do is run analog signal and a digital signal then switch between the two sorces for your HD and non HD programs
HD is a new sort of signal transmitting/receiving technology; therefore, all software and hardware components you have to use must be able to support the relevant technology. (HDMI=High Definition Multimedia Interface)I am not sure if your 360 has an HDMI output, but if it has one, you have to use one of those HDMI cables. As well, the LCD model you mentioned has to be able to support HDMI signals. As I know, scart plugs don't usually support HDMI. Similarly, individual connector cables don't support it either. All you need to have is a digital coax cable.