Question about LG Televison & Video
My Thomson LCD-TV 32LB125B5 is connected to a Humax HD-Recorder iHD-PVR C via a HDMI cable.
For some reason the TV switches on by itselve during the night even if no recordings are programmed. How to avoid this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Periodic tv screen blackouts
The problem is your cable box. I know you said you replaced it, but I work on TV's everyday and, sorry to say this but cable box HDMI outputs have serious issues, like no or intermittent sound and video. I have seen customers exchange their cable boxes 5 and 6 times and still have the problem. Your best bet is to use the component outputs of your cable box, visually you will not see a picture difference between component and HDMI when using a cable box. Your other solution is to get satellite; I have NEVER seen an HDMI issue with a satellite box
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
have you tried to change the audio settings to HDMI on tv? when u have HDMI hookd up u have to change the audio to HDMI also
Posted on May 31, 2009
You might want to try a factory reset on your PS3 = turn it off then hold down the power button for 5 seconds it should then Beep.
there is a small memory in the PS3 that stores info about the tv that is was Initially setup on. IF you do this reset this should allow you to connect it to your Acoustic Solutions tv via the hdmi cable.
Another Tip i would do is connect it all up with it turned off then power up your appliances once its all connected.
Hope this sorts it out for you
Little Dish Fitter
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Panasonic Tx
You didn't fully expain how each device is connected to the others. I don't think you have this set up correctly. Your DVD cannot record in HD so there is no point sending an HD signal to it - it can't process it. This is how I would set it up:
1. Install a 2-way splitter on the input cable
2. Connect output 1 from the splitter to the Humax receiver
3. Connect the Humax receiver to the TV with an HDMI cable
4. Connect output 2 from the splitter to the DVD
5. Connect the DVD to the TV with SCART cable.
This will enable you to watch HDTV via the digital receiver and also provide an input from source (dish/cable) to your DVD player so that you can record.
If you've already set it up this way then it should work. I suspect you've connected the Humax to the DVD and TV and also the DVD to the TV.
Please try this setup and post back if you need further assistance.
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
have you used a satellite finder for maximum signal and searched the internet for the angle at which you need to align your satellite dish?
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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