Question about Element Electronics 40 in. LED HDTV
Basically, the television turns on. The channels change. The volume works. The issue lies in the source: when it's on the "TV" source option (despite the HDMI cord being hooked in), all of the channels work, even the HD ones, they just don't have HD quality. When I switch the source to HDMI 1 (or 2 or 3 - I've tried them all), the quality looks GREAT for about ten seconds and then it goes in and out until I decide to turn it off. I have used multiple cable boxes and HDMI cords. It is obviously something with the television. Any thoughts?
Could be the HDMI bank, try the DVI hook up, you won't have HD but it would give you knowledge.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: low volume on some channels
Well, some TV stations do broadcast at different volume levels. This is very noticeable when watching a TV show and the volume seems normal and then when a commercial comes on, the volume is very loud. They do this to get you to pay attention to the commercial. Another problem might be that you are adjusting volume from both your TV and your cable box. What you should do is make sure your cable box is set to "FIXED VOLUME" and then just adjust your TV volume. Fixed volume will have the cable box output only one volume level, letting the TV do the adjustment. Just go through your cable box setting and look in the audio settings. Hope This helps...
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
This is a very common issue with HDMI is compatibility. The compatibility problem is more likely the source and not the TV itself. The only work around is to use the component input as these are analog and don't have to go through basically a "handshake" as HDMI does. Please take a few moments to rate my answer. Thanks...
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
I have a 22inch element TV. just 1 year old. When it is turned on picture fades in and out.still have sound.it is connected to cable.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
Looking is one thing and testing is another. You will have to check for the 5 volt standby on the power supply then check for activity from the micro to turn the power on to the run state.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
SOURCE: I have an Element 32
I talked to the manufacturer & they said that all I needed to do was to run the channel search, uninterupted, again. I did it & everything works. Thank you for your input.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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