Question about Televison & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
Does your antenna require a power source? If so make sure it is plugged in. You can try to reposition your antenna to ensure it is receiving signal. Check with a site Like AntennaWeb org to make sure that you live close enough to the broadcasters to receive signal.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Antenna Connection
There are a couple of t hings to consider that will affect your picture. There is more info needed to be sure but I will point you in the right direction.
First, I suggest you go to www.antennaweb.org and click on the button labeled "Choose and Antenna." It will ask your address and about tall buildings or trees around your home. A chart will be produced to give you an idea of what stations you can receive depending on the strength of antenna you attach to the HDTV set.
Second, as Tech Jenkins pointed out without much explanation is that it is possible you may need a better and/or taller antenna to receive the stations you want to watch. Use your preferences against the chart in step one above and this should get you in the right direction.
Last, to make things easier, the industry has adopted a color codification of antennas to help compare one to another. These are the same colors that show in your chart referenced in step one. Don't worry about whether an antenna is marked as "HD" or not because it doesn't matter. An antenna simply pulls the waves out of the air within the allowed video bandwidth and sends them down a wire.
Good luck on your endeavor.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
Do these steps using the remote: Power TV on. Press Input button and < or > to be sure you're looking at TV and not HDMI1 or something. Press Menu button and > to the 4th (I think) menu, where top two items are: Tuner Mode and Auto Scan. You ought to be able to start an auto scan with those. It takes a while, maybe ten minutes to finish, so be patient.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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Well im not an expert on this but by wife keeps deleting channels... you can just go to setting and anything the reads channel search or digital search just run it or scan... your tv will scan all channels... make sure that your antenna is connected or digital receiver... when you tv searches it needs something connected to the input of the tv antenna... you can try goggling it too
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