Question about Televison & Video
My dad has the Curtis LCP4210 42 inch plasma tv. He runs his computer through the PC input, but when we try to change the aspect ratio using the remote control, the tv says that feature is not available. We've tried changing the resolution on the actual computer itself, but neither option fixes the problem (which is his annoyance at the stretched out images due to an improper aspect ratio.) I've looked all over online for a solution and have found nothing. My other thought is to try and get a video card for the computer which will allow us to run the PC through the HDMI inputs on the tv (which in my mind would allow us to change the aspect ratios as normally.) Before I invest money into the problem via HDMI cables and a new video card, I wanted to exhaust all possibilites with the PC input. Thanks for any help you may be able to provide!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: lost remote for sanyo ht30746 tv
You can buy an exact remote from a company called Remote control warehouse for 39.95----Google the model number and you will find them.
It is very common that "universal" remotes will do many functions but not ALL that the original remote did--considering this it may be a good idea to get an original remote---part number on this site is: 6450750977for the remote for this model Sanyo.
I hope this helps you and if you have any questions let me know.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
There should be a button on your remote denoting "Input." If you connect the DVD player to the TV on "video input 1" then push the input button on the remote or TV itself until the DVD appears on your TV (which will be Video 1). Some TVs must have the component (in your case) the "DVD" player connected to the TV before the TV will recognize it. Make sure the DVD is powered up and then push the input button until the DVD player appears on the TV. Depending on your TV inputs, there may be multiple inputs like, Video, Component, DVI, or HDMI. The above are listed in the respective order of "quality." HDMI being the best. Whatever input you hook the DVD player up to on the TV will be the "input" you will look for when pressing the input button. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
I'm going to take a stab at this out of the dark but okay!
1) is there an 'Aspect' or a 'picture size' button on your hand held remote control?
2) If you scroll through your 'On Screen Menu's' do you find a feature that will change the aspect or picture size?
Many of these TV's have this button feature on the remote control.
A/V Media Tech Guy
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
I had this issue using the new Wii U with this TV. This is what I ended up doing.
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
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