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Simple answer. No. But please read on . . . Full HD Freeview, i.e 1080p does not exist. The four HD channels currently available on Freeview all transmit at 720p resolution. There is insufficient bandwidth in the TV transmission range for the HD channels to transmit at 1080p. It could be done, but it would be at the expense of other channels.
Your TV, however, is Full HD, as indicated by the 1080p in the specifications. This means it can display a full HD picture from a device which outputs at 1080p resolution. Devices which generally output at 1080p resolution include Blu-ray DVD players, games systems and PCs.
When viewing a Freeview HD channel, your TV will display the picture in 1080i (interlace) resolution. This is not true/full HD. The transmitted picture comprises of 720 horizontal lines and the software inside the TV is creating the additional 360 lines and interlacing them between the 720 lines from the original transmission in order to create a 1080 line picture which fills the entire screen.This process is commonly known as 'upscaling' and can cause deterioration in the overall picture quality, most noticably on poor quality, cheap TVs.
No,all small CRT tube analoge tvs types are getting analoge freeview signal only.U trying to hook this tv up now for for freeview will not work because it are all digital format signal now.Tries websites like Amazon.com,Ebay.com buy a box call Digital Coverter box hook this box betwwen the tv the in incoming freeview AIR broabroast tv signal will able to get a digital signal.Or u must have pay cable or satallite broadcating signal to used a analoge CRT tube tv now.
Have you plugged in an external Freeview box if necessary?
Have you scanned for channels through the Freeview box?
Are you in an area where the analogue signal has been turned off?
Have you subscribed to a cable or satellite provider?
Are you on the right TV source?
check the back of the tv to see if the aerial is plugged in.
check the back of the tv to see if the aerial is plugged in correctly.
If you are using an aerial cable extender or splitter, make sure all parts are connected all the way up to the aerial.
If you're using a portable indoor aerial you might not be able to get enough signal to produce a picture. Also the aerial might need to be switched on, plugged in or need batteries.
If the TV has Freeview built-in then you will need to scan for channels before you will get a picture. refur to you're TV's manual.
Make sure, if you have got an external Freeview box that it is plugged in and switched on at the wall. Also make sure that it is connected to the TV either by a scart lead or by HDMI cable.
Typically there will be a button on the remote called menu. From the menu screen choose setup. Then choose auto scan. Follow any on-screen instructions. Always refur to the TV's manual to avoid confusion and frustration.
If you are in an area where they have switched off the analogue signal you will need to buy a Freeview box or subscribe to a cable or satellite provider. Freeview is cheep and is a one off payment ( best for people who will only really watch channels 1-5)
Ring up your providers tech support.
To change what input you are viewing, there will normally be a button called source on the remote. If you have connected a Freeview or cable/satalite box to the tv with a scart lead then select scart. If you used a HDMI lead then select HDMI. (There may be more than one of theses sockets so check behind the TV first. They usually have names or numbers by the side) refur to you're TV manual for help.
That is every problem i can think of. If it still doesnt work, take it back to the shop.
Hope this helps.