Question about Sharp Aquos LC-32D40U Television
Sharp Aquos LC-32D44E Television
I connected the LCD to HDMI output of the Blackmagic Intensity card, sending a 720p signal to the tv. The image displays ok but it is slightly zoomed in (overscanned) and shifted to left.
I used the menu controls to adjust position but it seems it is not enough for proper centering.
Is there any setting in service menu for disabling overscan for HDMI, and also for adjusting horizontal position?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This TV has a pixel resolution of 1366x768p
It will accept a 1920x1080i input from a high def source , but running a PC at 1920x1080i/p will cause the problems you describe, depending on what the PC is sending to the TV, because PC signals are not the same as high def.
Your PC should be set to a resolution as near to 1366x768 as possible. My PC allows 1280x768 and 1360x768. Try one of these for best results.
There are no settings on the TV to solve this problem.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
I too went through this problem.
Step 1 - Plug in your "composite" cables and the HDMI cable to the PS3. Obviously, the "composite" cable are the ones that came with the system. You need to start with them as the default connector.
Step 2 - After connecting the "composite" cable and the HDMI cable to the PS3, connect the other ends to your TV.
Step 3 - Power on your PS3
Step 4 - Select display settings-->video output settings
Step 5 - Change from the current video cables to HDMI. (Your tv has different inputs. When you switch to HDMI in the PS3, you will have to switch your TV to the HDMI input that it is connected to, to get a picture)
Step 6 - Be quick, the PS3 will display a "test" for 30 seconds. You need to switch your tv to the correct HDMI input and press "X" on your controller to accept the change.
Let me know how this works for you.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
First off a little tip that manufacturers don't tell you is that you HAVE to TURN OFF the POWER to ANY UNITS that you are Connecting to via HDMI!!!!!!! If not you can short out the Inputs!!!!!!!! HDMI is usually Automatic, But sometimes you need to go into the Menus on all Devices to the HDMI section and write down their settings and compare them. Any definition that you are not sure of check the Manual or Google it! Match all the Settings (there won't be Much!) Hopefully the Inputs were not Damaged it only takes one time to short it out and then the Repairman makes a few bucks! Good Luck!
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
I got the sound on my LC32D6U fixed for free. Even though the TV is out of warranty, Sharp considers it under warranty for the sound problem. The number i 800-237-4277.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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