Question about LG Televison & Video
We want the recommended settings for viewing a clear HD programme... we cannot get this right please.. ty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is quite a lot you can do. Go to menu, picture settings and select user 1. From here you can adjust everything from colour to contrast to warmth to sharpness. The best thing to do is to swith to XD manual adjustment and make sure the mpeg noise reduction is set to max. This removes artifacts and gives a better picture. Oddly, connecting via SCART rather than HDMI will give a more watchable picture if the HD broadcast is't at a very high bit-rate. I hope that helps :o)
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
Press the INPUT button on the remote or TV control panel until you find HDMI.
When you turn on the PS3 keep your finger on the power pad until an HDMI message apears on the screen.
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Posted on Feb 10, 2009
SOURCE: cant get colors set right,
Please tell me what kind of flat panel it is? Plasma or LCD? Either ways I have seen this problem happen mostly due to faulty mainboards. But let me know what kind of tv it is so that we can look at any other possibilities
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
SOURCE: I recently purchased an LG
Hi, The set top box will more than likely have two coaxial connectors ( threaded/ribbed pieces of metal ) coming out of the back. also three R.C.A. connectors-these will be smooth and be colored yellow red and white. one of the coax connectors will say " IN FROM ANT> or CABLE IN) the other ( OUT TO T.V. ) hook up your dvd recorders " ANTENNA " input to the set top box's ANTENNA output. If your D.V.D. recorder doesn't have an antenna input then hook up the recorders audio/video input to the set top box's audio/video output. then you should be good to go. If you buy a H.D.T.V. tuner to receive FREE H.D. programming it may be possible to hook up to recorder with H.D.M.I. cables.( those connections resemble slots ) I hope this has been of some assistance, good luck, Prodzilla.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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