Question about Hisense TA42P40M 42 in. Plasma Television
Make sure you set the Source to output at 720p or 576p to start with, once you have the signal on the screen, then change the output source to find the modes your TV supports.
A further note, HDMI uses a protocol call HDCP for copy protection, if you are using a HDCP enable device, your TV will not get a signal as the TV will not have given the correct HDCP code to the device.
So, if all else fails after the above, and you are using a HDMI - DVI connector, try a different source unit.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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