Question about Televison & Video
I have just bought a set top box for a Matsui 1414r TV but when I am on AV with the set top box on it's as if the AV channel needs tuning. The setup box that appears when i turn the set top box on whizzes all over the screen.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
press the preset button on the front panel once then (TV should be on) the on the screen there should be words the likes of (Auto VHF 1 60.00mhz) now the Auto stands for auto tuning VHF stands for its frequency where its going to search the 1 stands for the channel where its going to start with 60.00mghz stands for the lowest signal to which its going to start now that you have understood all that just press the volume up button then it will automaticly locate all your working channels leave till it stops for when does it will start from channel 1 to which I believe that you be able to see the channel working so press the up button on the channel button to check the rest of your channels hope this will solve your problem!
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
If the TV has no RCA inputs, then there is no "AV channel" option for it on any remote, just channel selection.
The purpose of a RCA to SCART converter (aka RF modulator) is to convert one of your channels to an A/V input. They operate (standard) on either channel 3 or 4 as selected by a switch on the converter.
If your converter is unpowered, it's entirely possible that the signal coming out is not good enough to overpower your antenna signal. In this case, you may need a powered unit (such as this one http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?skuId=5806345&productCategoryId=abcat0107025&type=product&tab=7&id=1067388827858#productdetail) which can actively "shut off" the antenna input when signal is received from the auxiliary device.
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
SOURCE: ps3 tuning
I hope I can assume that you have a relatively new TV. I will go through both scenarios.
If your TV supports hdmi cables then you should plug one end of the cable from the PS3 and the other end to your tv in the HDMI input. Make sure on your TV you go to menu - external inputs and navigate to the HDMI mode then you will be fine.
IF you are not using a HDMI cable, then I hope i can assume that you are using component (3 cables of red blue and yellow). Same principles these cables should go from your ps3 to your tv and select the appropriate AV input on your tv for it to work. Note if you are using component cables you will also need to plug the sound cable to your tv or via your receiver.
If you could provide me with more information on your tv model, if you are hooking up your ps3 via a receiver or not then i can help you more promptly.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
SOURCE: Tuning a Channel
To Tune in Philips Machline TVs
Without using remote. Open panel on front of tv
1-- Press the menu key. --screen will now display 5 menu options--
2--press the down arrow key untill Install is highlighted
3--press the vol + key -- now install options appear (language--autotune---mantune--channel no--store)
4--press the down key to select the function required (Autotune is best) Manual is ok if the tv station's freq are known and they can be then given a ch no
5--press the + key to start the function selected ---tv will auto tune in tv stations when completed
6--press down arrow and highlite store then press ok
7--Press menu to clear menu off screen
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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