This is a real 1080P television stop bashing ! Display info : 1080P It's a Daytek. I call Daytek service for compare walmart spec. and tell me the same it's right !. I hit 1080P with an XBOX and an RCA HD player...
I bought the Daenyx 42" and can not get it to work with my digital box which feeds my projector TV. How do I hook it up right or in conjunction with RCA cables. I have already used the Y adapter cables from the dugital box.
Can anyone please please help me. Frustration has set in the manual with the TV might as well not have been there.
I bought one and it is great also the 1080i vs the 1080p well the 42' LCD version is a 1080i and for a good point unless you can afford ultra HD signal however the 1080p protocol is hardly being used today and even if you could get true 1080p the TV would choke on the 2 million plus pixels and revert back to 1080i regardless what anyone thinks. The TV I bought is awesome either in digital or VGA through my PC. LINUX and WINDOWS looks freakishly awesome also the HD composite for my xbox 360 is killer! If you all want 1080p over 1080i be aware that you need pure HD as the TV will not work with regular digital cable signals also not many companies provide 1080p type res so your better off with 1080i for the time being. 7 years from now you will be able to get a LCD or PLASMA for a few hundred dollars and everything at that time will be 1080i or higher.
I recently purchased the 42" LCD Daenyx TV.
I purchased it from WalMart and paid less
than 1000.00 for it. So far, I,m happy with it.
I,m really not overly pleased with the volume
control though,sometimes it,s loud and other
times it,s not loud enough.This is my first
big screen TV so I haven,t much experiance
as far as quality goes. As far as the volume
issue goes,I use my Home theatre system
most of the time anyway.Hopeing for a couple
of years of use at least!Opps, Hockeys on,
gotta go,good luck guys!
I bought a DAENYX 42" flat screen with a built in DVD player at Christmas time. The sound went in and out for a while and now it just won't turn on. 7 months later. I tell you they don't make TVs how they used to.
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Please give me the brand/model of the universal remote control please. The codes differ from brand to brand of universal remote control. The RCA ones differ from the Philips ones and etc. I need that information to provide you a solution. Thank you.
The Harmony 600 will work with a Daenyx tv. It costs about $80.00 and codes are provided by the Harmony website during programming. The site just needs the product name and model number. I don't think WalMart would carry it but a good electronic products shop will.
Yes you can purchase the remote from Viewsonic Online Parts Store or I
have seen them for sale at remotes.com and that 3rd party store gives a 1
yr. warranty unlike VS 90 day warranty on the remote. As for the remote
codes, Viewsonic does not have any since the universal remote comes
furnished with a code book from the "MAKER" of that Universal Remote. I
have heard that the Philips TV brand codes for universal remotes work on
quite a few series' of Viewsonic TV's, so try those from your code
My Daenyx DN-191 D TV remote stopped worked after a while. I didnt get one universal remote that works with this piece of junk. I called their customer service at 1-877-329-8351. They said the remote will be $30 + $7 (shipping) + tax. Your best bet will be to buy a replacement remote or better toss this junk off the window.
Your TV is made by Daewoo and is distributed by Daytek. If you call the 800 number on the warranty card you will reach Daytek.
So, what you need to know is this:
#1. A lot of new products won't have a website available. That does not
say anything to their quality or the company, just that you've bought a
new product and you're one of the first purchasers.
#2. A lot of times if you buy a "no name" TV, you're actually getting
components inside the TV that are made by brand name manufacturers. For
example, "Prima" uses LG panels in some of their plasma TVs (as well as
Daytek). How do I know this? Because I'm the authorized service
provider for Daytek, and Prima and quite a few other "no name" TVs, and
I've been working on LCD and Plasma since they came out, as well as
having worked in the electronics repair industry for over 20 years. I
own an Insignia 42" LCD and am quite happy with it.
#3. Most new products that have remote controls will not have codes
available for them no matter what brand of universal remote you buy.
You have to wait for the people who make the universal remote to have
time to make a code for this new brand of TV. This can take up to a
year for cable companies, and cheaper universal remotes may never get
the code. Expensive universal remotes may be able to have their
firmware updated through the internet, so adoption of new codes for new
products may happen faster.
#4. Stores like Walmart and Costco are excellent places to buy products
like this because they usually have a "no questions asked" return
policy if you get the TV back to the store within the stores time limit
for returns (some stores are 15 days, some are 30 days, phone the store
and ask them). I had purchased a 40" Digistar LCD TV from Walmart what
had a flickering problem, I took it back the next day without any
problem at all. Then I bought a 42" Insignia Plasma TV from Future Shop
that I wasn't happy with. I took it back 3 days later and had no
problem at all. As long as you know the stores policy for returns and
follow the policy, you won't have any problems either.
#5. Try to avoid buying big-ticket items from smaller stores unless you
know their return policies. Some smaller stores will not accept returns
on LCD monitors, TVs or plasma TVs but instead require you to
handle any problems through the manufacturer.
#6. Best bet it to call Daytek and ask them if they know of any universal remotes that work on that particular model.