Question about Samsung LN-R409D 40 in. LCD Television
Split your cable out of the wall twice. One will go to your cable box; ultimately going to box and out to hdmi cable. 2, from splitter, connect a second cable straight to the back of the tv and the pip will light up and then you can view two screens
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
My experience with an LE40R74BDX is that PIP is only available between the different input types of 1:- VGA, 2:- HDMI and 3:- everything else. It is not available between any 2 items in the everything else category. So you must have at least one of the other input types in use (I use HBMI for my cable box). Hope this reassures you, it's down to design not a fault.
Posted on Aug 19, 2007
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