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Make TV go to 1080p

My TV can only change to 480p or 960i but says on the Tv that it is 1080HD series

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  • fritolay55 Feb 20, 2008

    It is hooked right and nothing happens. Thanks anyway.

  • fritolay55 Feb 20, 2008

    I tried all what you said and it was already hooked up that way and it still only gets 480p&960i. Thanks anyway.

  • fritolay55 Feb 21, 2008

    Thanks alot, but I still have one question. What is better 480p or 960i when it comes to the quality of the picture. Again thank you.

  • fritolay55 Feb 21, 2008

    Thanks.

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    How can I auto scan for channels on my tv?

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The set has two sets of componet (Y,Pb,Pr) inputs one can only except the 480p the other can get the 1080i. this one is labled DTV on the back. first you must go into the menu setting to "set up" then to "assign input" then "DTV" to "Y,Pb,Pr". make sure you connect the cables to the DTV connection in the back. you will not need the H and V connections that is for RGBHV connections.

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  • Robert Johnson Feb 21, 2008

    If you are trying to do 1080p the set can not support 1080p, 1080i only. 1080p is unsupported by this set. 1080p equates to 2160i this set can not scan that high. this set was made before 1080p was ever thought of.

  • Robert Johnson Feb 21, 2008

    if you look to the upper left hand corner when changing the input it will display the incoming signal as 480i,480p, or HD16:9 which is the 1080i incoming signal. your set automaticly detects the HD signal and will switch between the SD and HD when the signal is present.how do I know this? I have the 805 series. and repair them as well. since your set is a 4:3 aspect when you are recieving HD the picture changes to 16:9 leaving black bars at the top and bottom of the screen that you can not change. on page 52 of the manual, if you are trying to change the video display of the screen, 480p is the default setting of the up conversion of 480i it reads as follows.

    Your Mitsubishi television

    automatically doubles the

    lines of the standard 480i

    (interlaced) pictures. This

    provides a smoother, more

    film like image.

    The default doubling is 480p

    (progressive). If you prefer,

    you can choose to display the

    picture as 960i (interlaced).


  • Robert Johnson Feb 21, 2008

    the differance between progresive and interlacing is in interlacing there are 2 fields per frame. half the lines(odd number) go on the screen first then the second half (even number) go on to "paint" the frame. there are 30 frames "painted" per second.

    in progresive scan all the lines go on to "paint" the frame again 30 frames per second.

    altho your eyes put these frames together to make motion if you were to slow the frames down some fields in interlacing would appear as double image. so interlace can appear gittery. that is why in the old 480i sets if a straite line appaered on the srceen it appears to jump up and down. but as for 960i the scan is so fast you can't see this gitter. I personaly set mine to 480P but I rarely use that setting because I'm mostly using the HD input from directv.

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Make sure that you have your HD source hooked up to the correct input on the tv. you are going to want DTV as the input.

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Try looking out doors, the picture will look that awsome remember that the differance between 480i and 1080i horizotal resolution is 600i lines. more lines better picture. the differance between interlacing and progressive scaning is also a factor. dvd players now have progresive (480p) output but you must set the player to output this to your tv and can only be YPbPr or RGB or HDMI to produce this type picture. S vid or composite vid can never produce this type picture. 480p equates to 960i so it is line doubled. just as 720p equates to 1440i even better than 1080i.

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