I have an HD box and when turning to HD channels they do not come in without static. I had my carrier come look at it and he said the TV was not working properly. What do I do to fix this problem. The TV is only 3 years old.
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Does this model of TV have a built in HD receiver? I've had a quick look at the instruction manual and it looks more or less the same as mine at home. I've not got HD tv reception built in but have to use a set top box. If you're in UK, it should have Freeview HD sticker from the box or manual somewhere but as this looks like an early model tv (only 1 HDMI socket) then you may need a HD set top box such as Sky HD or Freeview HD
Mono is the first point I am stuck on. Mono is an audio reference but I am going to assume that you are only receiving the analog channels and not the digital. If you are coming off of an antenna then the antenna has to be HD to receive HD channels over the air. If you are off of a cable box then this has to be dealt with from your provider. You will also need an HD ready TV or if you do not you will need an HD converter box to make your tv work with the digital signal.
Make sure you have a good connection from antenna to TV. Check antenna and cable and cable connection to TV. Select DIGITAL button on TV remote when wanting HD channels. Remember HD channels are always digital. Also, any given TV station may not be broadcasting in HD at a given time. They can broadcast in digital but in standard definition sometimes. Your TV has a built-in DVB-T tuner. Try executing a channel scan to pick up all available channels. On-screen menus go to Digital Setup, then Digital Tuning, you can auto-tune or manual tune channels. The TV should take a few min. to scan thru available channels and store the channels its finds. Check with anyone in your area to see if they get HD channels (it is possible to be outside of the range of some TV stations) Your TV is a 2006 model and should still be compatible with local digital TV broadcasts but keep in mind digital signals could change in the near future (DVB-T2) and you may need a tuner/converter box to make the TV compatible.
you shouldn't have to tune the tv, simply plug 1 end of the yellow RCA lead into the yellow AV1 input usually located at the rear of the TV, & plug the other end into the TV output located at the rear of the my sky box. Then select AV1 on your tv. Or better still if you have the HD cable plug it in & select HD channel on your tv no tuning necessary
have you tryed to go to setting and letting it yout tv know that you want sound onto the hd channels.? if you have any more problems joust contact you coustmer service for dish network. problalby your tv is not compatible and you need an hd receiver. i have dish network myself and just upgraded my receive to hd.
In order to get any of the Freesat channels, you need to connect a Satellite dish to your TV. If you have a Sky dish, you simply need to run an extra Cable from the LNB from the dish and connect to your socket on the back of your TV.
In order to get Freeview channels and Analogue channels, you need to connect a aerial to the back of the TV.
There is a menu option for the TV to start straight to the AV input (your Sky HD box). It is Menu > Setup > Other Settings > Power on Preference. Select 'AV' for your TV to start on Sky HD.
Also even if you have your TV to start on TV, when you turn on your Sky HD box, it should automatically switch to the Sky box.
To get an hd picture you have to use a digital input and this cannot be done by simply turning it to a channel. You need to hook up your HD receiver (box) to your tv using either an HDMI or a Component which will be a cable that looks similar to an rca but there are three of them and the colors are bed blue and green. If there is a red, blue and green on the back of the cable box and the tv hook them together with a component cable and then find the input on your tv that correlates to the compnent connections and then even after all of this you need to be tuned into a channel that is offered in high definition and if you have cable like I do the high definition channel will be a seperate channel from the regular one. Comcast in my area puts the HD's from channels 400-500. For example my espn HD is channel 403 but just regular espn non HD is on channel 27 in my area.
IYou have to have your comcast
box tuned to a channel that is broadcast in HD. On your Comcast remote
hit menu. This will bring up several icons, one is HD. Select that icon
and it will bring up the TV
Guide for just HD channels. Select one and tune to that channel. Once
your on that channel use your original remote and hit menu, then
advance features, then go down to video display and change it from 480
to 980 or 1080. Let me know if this helps.
IYou have to have your comcast box tuned to a channel that is broadcast in HD. On your Comcast remote hit menu. This will bring up several icons, one is HD. Select that icon and it will bring up the TV Guide for just HD channels. Select one and tune to that channel. Once your on that channel use your original remote and hit menu, then advance features, then go down to video display and change it from 480 to 980 or 1080. Let me know if this helps.