Question about Insignia Televison & Video
This fault is not related with power board replacement. A firmware update is necessary. Contact any service technician, or the authorized service centre for Insignia. Electro help
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This particular model has a 60Hz refresh rate. At this point there are no broadcasts or video sources outside of special labs that can generate enough data to produce a refresh rate of 120Hz. Expect this to become available in a year or so. Please realize that the human eye can not see changes faster than about 30 frames per second. The current standard refresh rate of 60Hz is twice that. The only change you could see (unlikely) would be a slightly smoother flow for fast moving scenes. Typical movement on the screen will not likely see a difference.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
SOURCE: replacing power supply main
your best bet is to check owneres manual and keep with what they suggest however when ordering you may want to ask for tech support to see what they say but i would stick with what you had especially if it worked great that way you dont want to overpower your tv if that is what it was used to ..if it ain't broke don't fix it i hope that helps
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: no picture
Had the same problem, Insignia 32 would click on then go off. About 6 months ago I found (somewhere on the net) a guy who explained that he changed blown capacitors. As I recall he even posted a picture. I found the blown capacitors and replaced them with larger capacitors (less than $20) problem solved...
But now my screen image is showing only half a picture and is pulsing on a off.
I think I'm going to make a Wii commercial......GL
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Hi. It is entirely possible that the set is already running at 120Hz after all. The display 1080p 60Hz is merely the signal it is receiving and the earlier TV's that used to claim 100Hz/120Hz merely did so using line doubling only to give a clearer picture by filling in the blanks between scanlines. If your picture is already very clear, then I wouldn't worry about it
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
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Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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