Question about Panasonic TH-42PD50U 42 in. Plasma EDTV
I have a Panasonic EDTV and it loses the signal and goes to snow at least once a day. It seems like it gets interupted for a few seconds (or more) then the pix goes back to normal and this starting happening when i switched to HDMI cable. The cable is a monster cable so its good quality and its not the cable box as i had 2 switched out and it still happened. Solve this
I have the same problem with a Pioneer but the satellite shows a good consistent signal. I also had issues with snow on the LNB. Perhaps the HDMI cables as you mmention.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hello Ansarielectr, The Panasonic TH-42PWD7 is a professional grade progressive wide screen plasma display. It's not your normal HDTV. You probably already know this. This display requires a component /composite video terminal Board that mounts to slots 1 & 2, or slots 2 & 3. The item number for this component is TY-42TM6Y and can be purchased through the Panasonic support website here for about $270. Once you have this component, you can connect the TH-42PWD7 to a digital HDTV cable box to receive signals. Just make sure you're on the right input signal. Hope this helps.
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