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Why do you think that you are not? Is it resolution or HD channels?

If you are correct that there is no HD, check your antenna or input source.

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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HD channel picture is clear, but regular digital picture scramble


o.k. check all your connections
if you have a newer house check to see if you have a main hub in a closet somewhere and check all connections. Check your hd receiver and you may be able to chage the DPI the receiver receives in.

I have this problem on some of my non HD channels, also. So much for going digital. I get fuzz and pixel problems "from time to time", but, if it is really bad and consistent your should call your service provider.

Things to ask also ? are you using cable or satellite.

If satellite T.V. there are other reasons you could be experiencing problems.

hope this helps!

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Rang up Samsung no answer to the problem, model does not allow to pre select digital when setting alarm, thankyou.

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No digital picture on digital TV


Are you getting a snowy picture, If so, you`re still on analogue. If you are on a digital channel with say no signal, you should get a blank screen with either a message saying no signal or a dot on the screen. Ian

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Blurry picture


In the store they use an HD source and connection. Is your cable box HD? It will have component or hdmi connections if it is.You have use either one to get HD everything else will be SD(standard def).And you have to be on an HD channel.Digital cable refers to how the signal is delivered doesn't mean its HD. SD channels on digital still look bad..
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DLP Colors Are Off - Picture Is Mostly Blue and Yellow


Sounds like you've lost your red video signal (chroma) somewhere along the line. This tv has a 3 board video path. Analog main pcb --->Digital main pcb --->DMD pcb. The analog has all your inputs on it, except DVI and RGB which go straight into the digital board. The digital scales (upconverts) the signal to HD (1080 or native) and sends it to the DMD or light engine. See which inputs are distorted. If only DVI is clean then you problem is the analog board. If you menu and everything is distorted then suspect the DMD board. If you run component or DVI through the resolutions (480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i) you can get an idea between the digital board and dmd. The menu is generated on the digital board. Somewhere red is getting lost.

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I'm trying to get the best picture for my 50'plasma tv. the picture is nothing like the one on display, and i've bought all the required gear


If you are using anything other than the HDMI input with HD programming the picture is going to look blotchy, when you see the tv on display, they are always playing a dvd disc and never have it on cable or satellite channels, this is because since the dvd is a digital format and looks very clean, by using the non-HD connections and since your tv has a digital tuner (mandated by the government) the tuner picks up interference from cell phones, WI-FI and police bands along with the cable signal and gets processed on the tuner, when everything goes to digital in Feb 2009 that will clearup considerably, but as for your question HDMI is the optimal connection to use

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WHARFEDALE LCD2610AF WHEN I TURN ON DIGITAL I HAVE PERFECT PICTURE &SOUND.AFTER 10 TO 30 MINUTES THE PICTURE FREEZES AND THEN SCREEN TURNS WHITE WITH AGREEN HORIZONTAL BAND LOWER HALF OF SCREEN.WHEN...


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If the picture & sound are ok in analogue mode then chances are you have problem with digital tuner.
This may be expensive to repair so I would advise connect external freeview box or sky etc to get digi channels using scart to connect to your TV.

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Picture jamming/break up on Digital TV


Consult with your dealer about this problem as it's not normal...accordianman

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Picture freezes Black/White


It's most likely the digital board, Samsung p/n# Bp94-00385a but I'd trace test both the digital and analog first before blindly replacing it - too costly to just guess..
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