Question about Televison & Video
All the channels are fuzzy like there's a bad cable connection, yet the connection is good. When you pull up the menu, the menu is crystal clear
If all the channels are fuzzy it is still a connection problem or a signal problem. replace the cable that runs from the box to the TV. What type of cable is being used? If you verify that the cables are good then you need to call your provider as to why the signal is so weak. The fact that the menu comes up means nothing in this case.
Posted on Mar 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your TV is not at fault, it is showing you the difference between HD and non HD channels. HD TV's work great with HD scorces but don't usually look that great with standard definition, Also the non-HD channels are more likely to be heavily compressed which makes them look bad too.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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SOURCE: I just purchased a Dynex
I think you will find that all of your channels are still there. If you are using digital or digital and analog channels, some of the digital channels may be on "sub-channels". This is explained on page 14 of your Dynex user manual. For some channels you will need to enter the main channel number - e.g. 8 - followed by a decimal point, then the sub-channel number - e.g. 8.3
The decimal point is below the 7 key. The easiest way to check whether you have sub-channels or not is to press the GUIDE key in the top-right corner of the remote for a complete list of the digital channels.
It's difficult to determine what is causing the 'fuzzy' picture. I would advise you to disconnect the coax connection at the back of the TV, inspect it for any damage, then re-connect it. It could also be caused by interference from another electrical device. Some TVs have better interference suppression than others and it's possible that your old Toshiba was better at eliminating interference.
There is also the possibility that you bought a lemon. I suggest you concentrate on making sure you have all the channels first then we can look at possible reasons and cures for the fuzzy picture. You don't want to spend too much time (or money!) getting it right if you can't get all the channels and you end up returning it to the shop.
Please check for the digital sub-channels first then reply to me by clicking on "Add a Comment" below your question.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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