My Regza cannot display 50hz signals properly (in this case from the wii). When i used the regular av setup to connect it to the television it came up black and white, the after purchasing a 720p cable for it, it is unchangeably zoomed in and cuts out about a quarter of the bottom half of the screen. Some games an't display in 60hz or 720p, hence why this is a problem. Can someone help me out with this? Greatly appreciated.
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Re: 50hz not supported on Regza 26HL47?
You should have no problem displaying a 60hz 720 format as that is what this TV is based upon or a maximum of a 1080i 60hz picture. The TV will not support a 1080p or anything trying to feed it a 24 fps picture such as a blue ray player set for that mode. If you connected a standard video signal to a component connection on the TV, yes it will work but as you saw it will be in black and white. With the correct component connector for the Wii I believe the maximum it can be set for is 480p (DVD quality) which is much better than 480i (standard TV). If the picture is stretched out too much check the TV setting by using the FORMAT button on the Toshiba remote to change aspect ratios IE: WIDE, ZOOM, STANDARD etc..The other settings you want to check is in the Wii control panel. It probably asks you the type of television you are connected to such as 4:3 or a 16:9. You will want to set it for 16:9 wide-screen and if the setting is there you want to set it for 480p or 720p if the Wiii has that capability.
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If you are trying to connect computer to LCD TV and get no signal, as a first thing do the following:
Double check cable and connection. If possible test different connections. Try using VGA, DVI or AV, depending on availability on computer and TV.
Ensure that Video drivers on computer are properly installed, and that the video adapter is working properly.
If you are using a laptop, ensure that you do not need to use a function button to enable the external display, this is pretty common on laptops.
If you are using a desktop, go to display properties, find the windows where you get the picture of two monitors, and ensure that both monitors are enabled.
On Vista try also using the 'Identify Monitor' button on Top. It is located on same properties panel as the two monitor, the main Display Property windows. From the same window you can also modify display resolution, as explained later.
If still no luck, then it may be a problem of synchronization between TV and computer, in that case try the following.
Turn off TV.
Disconnect TV power cord.
With Computer already on, plug back and restart TV.
....If that does not work.
On computer, go to display properties.
First try changing computer resolution. The TV max resolution may not be available on computer. In that case try lowering down to the smallest 16:9 resolution available on computer graphic settings (usually LCD TVs are 16:9), and if that does not work, set resolution to 800x600, just to test (picture proportion will be distorted, or you get squared box on a 16:9 TV).
If that does not work, open Display Properties. In Display Properties access Advanced, and then Monitor settings (XP). On Vista choose Personalize in control panel, then Display Settings, and go straight to Monitor Settings, in there again go to Advanced.
Under the advanced monitor settings you will find a tab called monitor, in there you find the monitor frequency. Try setting this to 50Hz, if that does not work try 100 HZ, that is the output frequency of your TV. If you get unsupported frequency, revert value to normal.
Just bought one used on ebay. Seller said pic was ok. Has no pic but backlite when turned on. Horiz. lines at top gradually creep down. Try banging on the back and top of the cabinet and see if the pic comes in. Mine has a bad,cold solder joint on the board with the audio ckts (upper right as you face the unit. I haven't found it yet. Very frustrating,it worked for 5 days ok but came back. Curious to know if yours is the same. PS: I am an electronics eng/tech.
It could be due to the wii's current video settings, the previous owner would have had a TV that ran on different viewing options. The black and white picture is caused by having the Wii settings output at PAL 60Hz and the TV input at PAL 50Hz or vice versa (or NTSC). Try going to the wii settings menu and try a couple of different video settings until the colour comes :). If this does not work can you please post what connection you are using for ex. AV or composite.
If you have used the red, green and blue video cables, the your red is either damaged or loose. If yuo used the regular red, white and yellow AV cables, the yellow is loose or damaged, In either case, if the cable is not loose, you'll need a new set of AV cables
THIS HAPPEND TO ME BEFORE MAKE SURE ALL OF YOUR LIKE SKY CABLES OR DVD SCART LEADS ARE FULLY CONNECTED TO THE TV ANF HAVE NO TEARS OR RIPS ON THE CABLE AND ALSO MAKE SURE THAT THE TV IS ON THE RIGHT AV CHANNEL BECAUSE YOU COULD HAVE CHANGED THE AV REALLY EASILY BY MISTAKE
TAKE THE TOP CASING OFF, (UNPLUG FIRST TAKE PLUG OUT OF THE WALL ) YOU SHOULD SEE THE DVD PLAYER CASING ON BOTH SIDES THERE SHOULD BE SOME SCREWS UNDO THEM SLOWLY, BOTH SIDES UNTILL THE COVER HAS CLEARANCE, BE CAREFUL NOT TO BANG,, TOUCH, THE DOOR EJECT SYSTEM , REMOVE 1 DVD . RETIGHTEN SCREWS (DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THESE , ) MAKE SURE THAT DVD IN THE DRIVE SPINS FREELY. PUT CASING BACK ON , PLUG IN IT SHOULD BE FINE .