I just bought a used 46" Hitachi LCD TV, and when I am watching cable TV (basic, no box) the picure seems too big for my screen. For instance, faces appear way too large, and if someone is off to the side of the screen their body and/or face are cut off. The whole picture just seems off center. I have figured out how to adjust the vertical position (using the menu), but there is no option to adjust the horizontal picture. But, in reality, the whole picture needs to be smaller, to be viewed properly. Does this make sense??? However, widescreen DVD's play normal. Please help :)
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Sounds like its either your cable service or the cable being used to connect your cable box to your TV. The cable of course is my first suspect but on your tv how are you connecting to cable it is a coax cable or rca ect. ??
This is what is called the vertical IC, This is a flat ic on a heatsink and it could be label LA-______ something, I don't remember if it's 1601 location or what. also change out caps, like 100uf and 220uf, around this ic also loose connection are a problem with this too.
its talking about the analog tuner in your tv. split the cable before it hits the box plug the cable strait into your tv if there is more than one coax connector on your tv you will need a second two way splitter run one into ant a and one into ant b yo will not be able to use pip and hd at same time you can only do pip with the analog tuners built into you tv
sweetkiss, if it works through the dvd player and not on cable/satellite box then the tuner is bad, if you have any type of cable/satellite box try running A/V cables out of the box to video input on the back of the tv and switch the tv to that video input, ie; vid 1, vid 2 etc. (your using one of those inputs for the dvd) this will give you your picture back, you can of course also replace the tuner in the set, good luck, BMW Rider
Often you will get a bluish or reddish looking picture if your wires from your cable box/satellite or DVD player are inexpensive RCA type video cables. Try using a nice set of component cables or HDMI cable from your sources to your TV. If this is your setup, try this first...its the most inexpensive first option.