Television picture problems really high gamma and fuzzy image
I purchased an acoustic solutions televsion
i turned it on and the picture will not tune in via the contrast brightness and sharpness options it just stays all high in gamma and strange colour
i have hosted pictures here:
http://img185.imageshack.us/my.php?image=img0038cw4.jpg PLEASE HELP i only got this television yesterday through ebay
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Re: television picture problems really high gamma and...
If you are able to see the menus try and reset back to factory default settings.
You may also want to try try different inputs and different signal source, dvd player, cable, game console.
Let me know how it goes and please rate this solution. Lone99star
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well most lcd and plasma tv's above 36" will look grainy on standard definition because they are made for high definition so if you do not receive a high definition signal to your tv then that would most likely be the problem
If the picture is clear when using a DVD and remains "fuzzy" only with cable, then either the cable is bad or the up-conmvert from standard def to Hidef is creating the "fuzz". Depending upon the method used by the set to perform the "up-convert", the noise you are seeing may be normal.
well it's a bit hard to give comment on the 'usefulness' of this site as no-one seems to reply to anything on the forum....i guess it's yet another scam to get people to enrol on a payment scheme....surpirse surprise. i'd be shocked if i actually got an answer to my problem....
Well, I can tell you it shouldnt have anything to do with your not having an HD box. The TV does not require a HD signal to give you a quality picture. The HD box only gives you the enhanced HD signal, but should work as any regular TV without it. How do you have it connected?
Try using your RCA imput to see how the picture looks compared to the tuner picture,is possible your tuner imput is bad,make sure the conector is not loose,the overall picture should look different but not fuzzy all over,using a dvd picture thru the aux (rca)imput should show you the difference.If the conector is loose only it could be repaired but if it is solid the tuner might be bad and it will need to be replaced along with any board it might be mounted to.Let us know how it goes or if you need more information.