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480i to 1080i?

How do I switch my Sharp Aquos 52" TV from 480i to 1080i?

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It depends on which input you are using, but the HDMI inputs are auto detecting. Most likely whatever device you have connected is not putting out a 1080i signal, and needs to be configured to do that. Once you do, you should see the input icons on the top right briefly come up, and below the input number, you should see "1080i"

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Changfrom 480i to 1080i


page 25 of the owners manual will explain how to put the TV in 1080i mode. Your source, if you use satelite or cable, must also be in 1080i mode.

The following website will take you to Sharp support , then click on the owners manual to download your manual.

http://www.sharpusa.com/CustomerSupport/SharpCareCenter/downloadfiles.aspx?modelid={DCEEF709-19D7-7A84-BCA2-F1CF67BABF0B}

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You don't. The TV picture will be fuzzy when watching a program in 480. If you have a lot of video in 480 or 720 you can get an up scaler. They are expensive, but that is the only way you'll ever get a Hi def picture from a low resolution signal

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You cannot change this. The program sets the TV. The display only informs you what the program you're watching was recorded in.

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TV must be set to zoom, take the zoom setting off

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Sharp aquos 1080i is showing up at 480i. How do I


I have the same problem I'm sending 1080i to the screen and it will only display 480i. I too would love an answer to this question.

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Typically TVs will auto adjust to the input signal it receives. If your cable box is only outputting 480i then all the tv will show is 480i. Ensure you have a good 1080i signal going in to the unit and check again

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Do you have a digital HD box from your provider? If so you need to turn the tv off, power down the box and press simultaneously the top 2 buttons on the box, this brings up a screen on the tv follow the directions to reset. Hope this helps

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You Can Not Change. The TV Recognize the signal on the INPUT.
If the signal is 480i than the tv shows 480i
If the signal is 1080p than the tv shows 1080p (if supported)
If you try with your areal antenna (for now digital broadcast is maximum 1080i (in USA) The TV itself doesnt "upconvert" lower resolution signals.

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Picture size


This setup can be found in your manual that came with the tv on page 38
you may also download it at the following address for free.

http://media.onecall.com/Image_Products/Sharp/LC_GD6UManual.pdf

Digital Setup
This setting allows you to set the image of Digital
broadcasting.

Video Setup
You can adjust the settings for Digital image.

Screen Size
Set the format of image of Digital broadcasting.

1 Press MENU and the MENU screen displays.

2 Press < > to select “Digital Setup”.



3 Press ^ v to select “Video Setup”, and then
press ENTER.

4 Press ^ v to select “Screen Size”, and then
press ENTER.

Press < > to select “Manual” or “Auto”.

Manual is default auto is optional
since all tv channels do not broadcast in the same definition auto would be recommended

Selected item Description

Manual

Broadcasts in formats other than
480i will be converted and
displayed in the 1080i format.
With 480i broadcasts you can
change the screen size to the
size of your choice.

Auto.
All broadcasts will be converted
and displayed in the 1080i
format.

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If your using a HD converter box, there is usually a blink when switching from an HD channel to a non HD channel. It is just adjusting from different pictures modes such as changing from a 480i channel/show to a 1080i channel. If this is the case, its perfectly normal.

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