I live in thailand so communication is a problem. i recently installed sattelite to my old style 28 inch jvc tv and the pictures were good and inspired me to update to a 42 inch lcd expecting the pictures to be very good. the pictures from the dvd player are great but the pictures from the sattelite are much poorer. the movies etc are better than the sport which is disapointing as this is what i watch most. the picture improves if i set the picture size to 4.3. we tried a more powerfull lead from the box to the tv but this made no difference.
First, did the satellite company install an HD receiver? Second, are you using either component or HDMI cables from receiver to TV? Still there are two factors that would produce your problem.
1. Color calibration
2. Signal strength
Proper color calibration is what makes SD actually GOOD on HDTVs. Low signal strength will create a slow data situation. Slow data will not provide enough information per second for the TV to display a complete, error free picture so your TV has to interpolate or "guess" what colors should go in the pixels that it didn't get the data for.
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The problem is definitely NOT the tube. Sounds like adry solder joint on the pcb. Only way to find it is to inspect the pcb and resolder. Joints that usually go are where the heavy transformer are seated. Get it sorted else it may arc as it gets worse and burn or..the arcing may blow a component on the board.
I noticed that you were having some difficulty with ratings or something. But I also don't see a solution to your problem. The problem you have is not common and could be anything from electronic to software fault in the EEprom. I would have the transmitting on the remote tested first. It can be done without the TV at a repair technician that has the relevant tools. Note: Don't know who you communicated with, but this service is free as far as we are able to help people like yourself with basic information. Like myself and all the others we do not get paid to sit on this site and certainly don't expect ratings. We monitor our ratings to see how many people we could help with their problems and for me personally, is enough. If you have any question please mail Fixya direct. Good Luck with the problem, JUS004
you have to get into the tv to do the adjustment. take the cover off and then look for the CRT tube and follow the yoke cables that will lead you to the printed circuit. you should see some small tiny knobs there. something like vertical phase or horizantl Phase..you need the verital to adjust the vertical size of the pic..good luck
what is a jvc xv player? how about if u connect ur tv to a cable program, does it give u the same problem? if not, ur xv player is not compatible with ur tv or tv needs to configure setting and also that means ur tv is ok. if yes, there is a problem in the color circuit of ur tv. have it check by a serviceman. but if its not economical to do it, just buy a new one.