Vizio 42" fhdtv - need help for better picture quality settings
Better picture quality for my vizio 42" lcd. the picture really looks blunt or worse, the color looks burned. i don't know what is the right settings for this. i'm using only analog cable. plugging on a standard dvd players, the result is still the same, picture is not as crisp. this tv has a good review but right now i'm not satisfied with this product.
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Since you're using "analog cable", I would adjust the television such that the picture is not streched. This means there will be black bars to the left/right of the 4:3 picture, but you should experience some improvement in picture quality because the TV is not trying to interpolate what to do with an already crappy analog cable signal.
You may also want to add a signal booster where the cable first enters your residence... often, folks split that analog signal up so much it is weak... and looks much like you describe.
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I have a television that did this. The picture went out but it continued to have sound. It was the projector bulb. I ordered from a dealer on ebay, very resonably priced. It came with instructions on how to install it and was a very easy fix.
you need to check first the power supply board whether the output supply 12-24vdc for the inverter board is stable and not flactuating..you can measure the output voltage with a multitester..you get a voltage output of 12-24 with the inverter board is connected or loaded to the system.be carefull of the high voltage at the inverter board..once the output is stable replace the inverter board or you can measure the output of the inverter be very carefull..the output range upto 500vac.be carefull..if the high voltage is stable replace the lamps...tnx and good luck..
Speakers can cause problems with the correct display of video on TVs but usuall it only concerns direct view tv. Projectors should not have any problems or flat screens. I think you have a different problem Explain better what you mean by distortion in the JVC. Let me know and I will try to help you.
I assume that you are dissatisfied with the quality of the picture on
the HDTV. Are you feeding it with an HD signal. First, it
must be an HD source, either over the air HD or a cable channel in HD
(not all "digital" signals are HD signals). Second, you must be
sending it with the proper cable, either HDMI or at the very least RGB
Component Cables (not composit video).
It is quite common to see standard definition on HDTV's actually look
worse than on standard def sets. The reason is the extra pixles
availble on the HDTV make you realize how low of resolution the
standard def signal is. Instead of it just being fuzzy or
unclear, it will actually look bad.
Hi - I have some suggestions. The following factors effect picture quality:
1. Source (because LCD TVs have much higher picture quality than traditional CRT "Tube" TVs, the worse your source material, the worse it looks on a LCD TV).
DVD and Sky/Digital TV should look excellent on this TV when connected with a good quality Scart lead (nothing too expensive, but a Oxygen Free Copper Gold lead may help) directly into one of the TV's Scart inputs (avoid using "switching" boxes for multiple equipment).
Also, bear in mind that this is a HUGE screen (40 inches I think) and will REALLY show up bad source material.
The best advice I can give is, if you have HD-ready equipment use HDMI connections for everything (ideally with an HD-uplscaling DVD player which will "improve" the quality of standard DVDs on the TV - I recommend models by Philips) and check that you are in "Movie" or "Cinema" mode on the TV.
Make sure that all of your equipment, like your Sky digibox, is set to 16:9 mode (not 4:3) aswell to preserve the true widescreen aspect ratio.
Hope that helps!
In order to get true high definition quality, you would want a high definition source. There really is not much else you can add to make your picture clearer, provided you have it hooked up with the best type of cables possible.