Question about Mitsubishi WS-55315 55" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
I can't seem to get any use out of the dvi/monitor link input. I have tried to use a dvi/hdmi cable to connect both my cable box and my laptop. Both have the same result which is a blank screen. My laptop has a vga port, expansion port 3, and a hdmi port if this helps. I'm also using windows vista. If any one has any info on what i can connect to dvi/monitor link input? What might be compatible with it? Or, had any luck trying to use it. Please let me know.
SOURCE: HDMI compatible?
yes the DVD player will work on it thru HDMI to DVI connector but however the audio is not carried on DVI so you will have to have a seperate audio cables. also the 1080p signal is not supported by this set 1080i only.
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
HDMI standard is a bear, especially "Older" versions. It should be possible to input HDMI to a DVI, either DVI-I or DVI-D, input, there are however DVI analogue too, in fact we have, 3 type of them, they are, DVI-I, DVI-A & DVI-D.... Also some HDMI do not send the Audio over it, as it should, so all in all it can be a pickle. So you MUST get a converter that works with your sort of DVI. You would have to select that DVI, input, which may be under Auxillary, or External or the like, try scrolling through your AV inputs, see if you "Find" it. if so, the set will "Read" the signal and display it automatically. The Audio, however will have to be done via the AV sockets, the Red & White stereo IN, from the DVD etc. If you have any other inputs such as Component Video, Green, Red, Blue, then this is the best way... The Audio, again must be routed to the AV, the Red & White Jacks. So ensure you have those outputs on your new DVD.
I have included a couple of links below about DVI & HDMI for your convenience. http://www.datapro.net/techinfo/dvi_info.html http://www.hdmi.org/learningcenter/faq.aspx
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2002 Mitsubishi
I have a 2005 rear projection mitsubishi medallion hd tv.... for some reason the hd channels do not look as HD as they used to... I went to my cable company and got a new cable box... but it is still not a crisp as it used to be. Could it be the settings on the cable box, settings on the tv or could something have gone bad in the tv?
Posted on Aug 27, 2011
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