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I cannot seem to find info on the version "C" model, but everything I find on the base model appears that is is not a digital unit and does not have a digital tuner. Thus it would need a converter box to tune digital HD channels. That said, the specs also say that the set can handle 480p/480i/1080i inputs. Thee is no mention of 720p/720i/1080p capability, which funnily enough, most US TV HD broadcasts are in 720p or 1080p. You may find you need a new set.
Fault with the main power supply regulator board. Check and replace damaged component/s at its main power regulator [SMPS] section circuit. Contact any service technician. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Surf the site with patience. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
It will be best to replace the power supply regulator board as card basis rather than making "Surgery" to it; which usually will make loss for both money and time. Even though you can make it right, it will cost around an amount equal to the cost of a new board; including the cost of (spare parts + service charge) More to say, most of the spare parts to it will be difficult to get from open electronic spare part market. This is true to most of the flat panel TV power supply boards; irrespective of its brand and screen size.
If you are connected to a PC. Adjust the resolution from the PC to 1920x1080. If are using any media players ( Bluray, WD TV live, Apple TV) the screen will be automatically adjusted to the content you are playing.
You do not change the resolution at the TV, the vidoe/signal sources will dictate what it will display on the TV, if it is fed with 1080i it will display 1080i. If you want 1080p, your video source will have to be 1080p. It works the same as your PC monitor, you adjust the resolution at the PC, not at the monitor.
I hope I explain it well enough.
Your 22 monitor is set up (most likely) with a max resolution on 1650x1050 and you ps3 stays set to that even when you use it on your dads 1080p TV (1920x1080) and since your 22 in monitor is a non-standard resolution (in the TV world that is ) ie 720p = 1280x720 and 1080p = 1920x1080 it has to adjust to the closest resolution (your ps3) but sometimes the auto switching of resolutions doesn't work like it should..it just doesn't work sometimes. I suggest that when you take it to your dads you adjust the resolution to 720p ahead of time (a resolution both the 22 monitor and tv should be able to handle ) and when you get to his house it should work at least enough to see everything and then when already there you can adjust up to the higher 1080p (1920x1080). Then adjust back to 720p before you go home again. Sorry for the long winded post.
The TV resolution is set by the video sources, not at the TV, in this case, your Dish network box is the one that is sending out 480p so the TV will display what it is being fed with.
What does Dish TV say aboyt this problem? How about the setup menu on the Dish network box?
Your TV works the same as your PC monitor, except that your monitor does not have a tuner, you adjust the resolution at the PC not at the monitor. 480p in = 480p display.
hi, 1080p full hd video can obtainonly through hdmi. for that u need a full hd blue ray player or full hd sat receiver . the tv automatically changed to full hd according to the input connecting to it .go to hdmi setting and check whether hdmi connectivity is ON. also check the hdmi setup of ur input device. ok
Generally speaking, your TV will display the signal it receives. DVD player output, for example, is 480p, but an upconvert DVD player can output the signal at 720p or 1080p. You should adjust your components (e.g. cable/satellite box, DVD/Blu-ray players, etc.) to the desired compatible output.
You have to adjust the settings on whatever is connected to your television. If you have a bluray player connected to your television with an hdmi cable you should be able to receive 1080p but you have to set the bluray player to 1080i. The tv picks up the signal automatically. From your cable box or satellite tv box you cannot get any more than 1080i from television programs at this time. You can get 1080p from bluray on demand. In certain circumstances you can get 1080p over component cables as well as an hdmi cable but in most cases you will only get 1080i. Once again you have to set your connected device to 1080 to get it on your tv