Question about Sharp Aquos LC-42D62U 42 in. LCD HDTV
The screen resolution is determined by the source and not the television. The source (e.g. a PlayStation 3) will query the television to determine which modes it is capable of and then (normally) use the highest available.
I've not had any problems with DVD players, computers, games consoles not managing to send 1080p so it might be worth checking the settings of the source device to see if there's anything you can change there.
Failing that I'd try and find a friend and borrow something from them that they know is working at 1080p without any problems - if the television still won't go to 1080p then its probably a fault in the HDMI cable or something odd with the television.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
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