Question about Mitsubishi WS-55809 55" Rear Projection Television
I can only view a 1080i signal. Is it giong to be cheaper in the long-run to just buy a new TV?
1) My cable box is connected. I can watch HD channels, but when I change to a non-HD channel, the picture looks scrambled. Like a pay channel that you don't subscribe to.
2) The DVD plays fine on the 480 channel, but when I turn off progressive scan, the picture looks scrambled like abve.
3) S-Video and RCA yellow cable don't work either.
PS. I am also having the random convergence display problems.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Looks like you are going to be working with the following:
1080i (HDTV) • 480p (EDTV) • 480i (SDTV)
Hook up depends on what else you have connected to the TV. If you have nothing connected to the DTV component inputs, I suggest using those, as it will allow up to 1080i. Otherwise, use the 2 other component connections directly to the left of the DTV connections.
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