TOSHIBA 57 H 81 wont play 480p any more Green Screen
I just rebuilt my hyperboard and it seems everything was working. Until I went to play a DVD. It seems when ever I use a 480p signal from xbox 360, dtv or dvd it will not play. I have only a solid green screen. DTV , xbox 360 1080i signal works fine. And when I change the input button the screen turns green but the text is fine. Does any one know what it could be.
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Hi there, as far as your dvd player it will not up convert as suggested with SD stands for standard deffinition,. However some tv's will up convert slightly. Also note that Svideo is a little bit cleaner and crisper of a picture. still the HDMI is the highest deffinition yet. I hope this helps, another note though,. If there is the the green, blue, yellow cables, not the red white yellow, those are a little crisper yet.
Try pressing the HDMI button on the remote control to toggle the display output to something that your television will recognize. You can also try The progressive button and see if that helps. I am assuming you model is the XD-E500 model.
jhinsincity: you dont need to be here, do you? the problem are the caps on the hyperboard, 10 -16v@ 10uf, rear access right hand green board, model 57hx81, the hyperboard must desoldered from main board. read the post on wavy lines,,
I suspect that it won't play any source that uses progressive scanning. The likely problem is the hyperboard or scaler board. This component allows the TV to switch from sandard definition TV to HD. Typically, the hyperboard will cause shaking and wiggly images especialy noticeable at the top of the screen. It will generally work better the longer its on. Expect to spend $400-500 to resolve this.
I had the same problem and I managed to solve it. It was because the HDMI was set to 1080i and my TV isn't HD. Default HDMI is 480p. You can check your current HDMI setting on the front panel of your DVD. There should be a button with the words "HDMI select". Next to it there should be 3 values. If the current one (a green light shows which one is selected) is not 480p, change it. To change it, make sure your sd-5000 is on, but not reading a DVD. The press the "HDMI select" button on the front panel until the selected one is 480p. This worked for me.
(I had the same same problem without the reading slowly part. On one TV, the sound and video weren't working, and only the video wasn't working on another TV)
If your PS2 is chipped for playing PS2 fake games then try the following steps:
1)Insert the DVD movie in your PS2 and hold the power button of PS2 until it light goes red.
2)Now again hold the power button until the light turns in green. and after that your DVD movie should work.
If above solution does not works replace the lens with a new one.