The figures when viewing a movie or show look like three in one
Well when viewing a movie or show the person on the movie look like three of them. i believe the projection tubes have been move because on the screen you can tell they have been move . The only thing is that i´m afraid of opening the back of the tv and tried to set them or move them so the projection tupe can be on the right possition. my question is would it be safe to do this with the tv on ? i realy don´t want to burn the xxxx.
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Re: the figures when viewing a movie or show look like...
The tubes do not need any adjustments.
It looks like the convergence ICs need to be replace. The IC markings are STK392-040 and are mounted on 2 big aluminum heatkinks. This might not be a DIY if you do not have any hand soldering experience. This repair will cost you around $300.00 to $400.00 if you have a TV technician to do it.
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On the back of the set you will have the ports labelled like HDMI, Component RGB etc., HDMI is a single cable that connects to the HDMI port of the tv and the player. Component RGB consists of 3 video cables redd, blue, green and two audio cables that go into ports labelled R and L at the back of the tv. If its none of these please describe what the cable looks like so that I can tell you which input to select
HD movie recording disabled: SOLVED for 2 HDRSR5's (work and home): After copying all movies to computer, "DELETE ALL" from HD view. Evidentally if you have been deleting movies using computer, the still images used for 'scene selections' remain and fill its capacity. You must be in HD view when choosing Delete All (that is, rather than just deleting all Standard movie clips)
on your blackberry go in main menu- options- advance options- default services. if you have enterprise mail account setup with personal mail account, it can be the case that at the moment it is showing as desktop services but when you are in there click on main menu and change options to other mailbox which is in your case personal mail account.
that way in inbox you will receive both emails and you can see all together.
but as far as i know, I haven't setup personal account on my blackberry but i believe within main menu you get created another icon like mobile mailbox and where your personal mailbox emails are coming in. if option one doesn't work then please try to look for this new created icon within main menu.
update me if none of them are working or any other problem.
Hi hsaucier, Although you have a wide-screen television, it is possible the video you are viewing was recorded in an even wider format. The bars should be smaller than if you were viewing the same DVD on a TV with a 4:3 aspect ratio, but will likely not disappear unless you view the DVD at a zoom setting. Many movies are shown in theaters at a wider ratio than 16:9, and the Blu-Ray disc has probably retained the entire picture rather than cropping it to fit your screen. I recommend trying different viewing options that zoom in slightly. Be aware that this may cut off part of the picture from the left and right sides, but depending on your personal preference, you may not notice anything missing.
take a quick peek in the manual and find out where to disable the progressive scan features. may be a button on the back, or you may have to go through the on screen menu to find it. take the disc out and see if you can view what's on screen.
or since you said you had a couple of movies that did work properly, put one of those in, start the movie, go into the dvd player setup menu and disable the progressive scan settings
Some cameras dont - did yours ever?
Personally I prefer the viewfinder to peering at a screen especially in the bright light.
But check out your manual for this - usually there is a more comprehensive manual as a PDF file on the CD>