Poor picture quality on Toshiba Regza 32AV555DB LCD TV
Hi. I've just bought a Toshiba Regza 32AV555DB LCD TV. I'm having problems with the picture - the blacks on the screen are very 'blocky' - different shades of black don't smoothly melt into each other. Instead, they show as separate little squares. Also, if there is any fast movement on the screen the picture blurs slightly. I'm watching the TV through a (non-HD) Sky+. I've tried various different settings on the picture menu, but none are having any effect. Can anyone give me any tips? Thanks in advance.
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Problems it is not the tv remote control.This tv have a dying power supply board,that the board where the power a/c cord plug into it.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole new refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
My 52 in regza has a vertical line on the right side as well just under 2 years old, out of warranty and to costly to repair, I paid $2500 as well. The TV has been on its stand since the day I bought it and has been moved once.
I have read of others who have this problem as well, just google toshiba regza red line, or vertical line
I Too will never buy Toshiba products and I will tell everyone I can about the **** LCD Toshiba
In order to get true high definition quality, you would want a high definition source. There really is not much else you can add to make your picture clearer, provided you have it hooked up with the best type of cables possible.
It is unfortunate but "off angle" viewing will compromise the picture especially on larger TV's and LCD. Off angle viewing can come from the vertical axis or the horizontal, as you described. This is clearly illustrated with a laptop computer. Adjust the screen forward and back (vertical plane) and you will see very clearly that you get the brightest picture in a very small amount of range of the screen. Likewise, viewing from the side compromises picture as well.
I also don't believe that the delay is indicative of any problems.