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I am trying to connect my JVC LCD LT-32E478 to an Apple TV device. Neither component cables nor HDMi cable works. I took it into Apple (Genius Bar) where they proved it was fine. Is there a known problem between the two devices?

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There should be no problems with the two. A TV device really doesn't "Know" what "Monitor" it is delivering signal too. IT merely outputs a signal, usually, via, HDMI, VGA, or Component, Or Composite, Video signal out. But it must be able to be able to show, A widescreen, enhanced-definition or high-definition TV capable of at least one of the following resolutions:
1080p
1080i
720p
576p
480p If this monitor cannot set these settings then it may NOT be suitable.

manuals.info.apple.com/en/AppleTV_SetupGuide.pdf - United States
http://www.retrevo.com/support/JVC-LT-32E478-TVs-manual/id/2839ag406/t/2/
Remember you MUST be connected to iTunes to enable it to work correctly. Please find it all in your manuals i have included links for you, download and set it up as per the manual, and I am sure you will be able to sort it out.

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

  • vacherrys Jun 02, 2010

    No, there really is a problem. The Apple TV works correctly when connected to a different LCD TV (as demonstrated by the geniuses at the Apple Store). My current TV works with our DVD player, a Wii, etc. I'm 100% sure I've connected everything the way it should be connected. When I read the manual for the JVC, the formats are all consistent with what Apple says it's TV device needs. I tell it to let the video input be automatic (and it's supposed to be able to choose HDMI when it sees that signal). I can't seem to change the size ratio, but all of the available options that the JVC has are consistent with what Apple says.


    When I first tried to connect the two devices, and it didn't work, I googled it. I found on some site a reference by an individual that their HDMI didn't work either, and he was able to make it work using the component cables instead. So then I went and bought a set of those. No go.


    I've tried all the usual things--turn every thing off, wait, then re power and connect one at a time. I've moved existing devices from their "slots" (3 for TV, 4 for DVD, 5 for Wii) to see if it's something about 1 and 2 slots. I've tried putting the Apple component cables into 3, 4, or 5 (where things work today). I'm reaching my wits end because it doesn't make sense, and it should be working.



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