Question about Samsung LE40R72BDX 40 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
Hi, maybe this will help:
1. Are you watching US/imported DVDs? If you are, you need to go to your DVD player's setup / system menu and (if the option is available) set Video Output to MULTI or AUTO instead of PAL. This will stop nasty, cheap PAL converting going on.
2. I know it sounds simple, but a lot of people don't check this: check that all of the connections on the back of the TV and equipment are pushed in fully (and, if possible, try different SCART leads).
3. Is all your equipment plugged into one of those surge protected extension leads? It should be, to minimise interferance.
4. Keep energy saving lightbulbs, wi-fi products, mobiles, computers and laptops away from the equipment as they can interefere.
Hope that helps!
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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