Question about Sony BRAVIA KDL-46S2000 46 in. LCD HDTV
I have a 46" Sony Bravia with a built-in HD Tuner that I bought on April '09. I have Dish Network and run the signal via a video input to my HDTV (as opposed to using the coaxial cable). After I bought the TV, I got a nice antenna and then ran the auto program. The TV picked up about 20 channels in HD. Several months went by being able to watch HD channels over the air and Dish when I switched to my video output. About a month ago I noticed that there is no reception for the HD channels that I used to be able to watch. So, is the problem with my antenna? My HDTV's built-in tuner? Or do I need to get Dish's HD package now in order to enjoy HD channels?
There is nothing exclusive of using a HDMI port...
you can have it all.
You are still able to switch right back to your old configuration...
I believe you merely need to step through your
Unless Dish us incredibly behind the curve
they used a HDMI to bring their signal to your set...
and add ($$$) a LOCAL "OPTION" into
their feed... but if you ALREADY had an antenna
hooked up... you should be able to switch right back to that source... or a VIDEO PLAYER obviously IF you have one)
and/or a SECURITY screen
(if you have a compatible camera or server)
Carnac the Magnificent
Posted on Apr 05, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a software issue with both the TV manufacture and the cable box provider. This will only be fixed when the cable company and TV manufacture sit down and work out their problem. Some cable company has taken the first step by updating cable boxes with different software.
Posted on Dec 07, 2007
The warranty on this set should be for 1 year. Return it for warranty service. Unless the set was dropped, moving it should not have effected anything. DO NOT open the set sas that would void the warranty.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
There are a couple ways to go here. I'll give you the procedures step by step. If you want clarification on anything, just ask. If I make an assumption that is wrong, stop me and let me know. The more you know, the easier this will be for both of us.
First I'd like to double check on MisterSony's diagnosis. Refresh rates that are too high end up as a black screen on many LCD models.
This is my first assumption, the display settings are currently for both monitors. Your original screen is still functioning.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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