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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HDMI connection not working
I have a DCT6416 which is essentially the same unit but with a bigger hardrive. I just had the same problem and was able to fix it.
First connect your DVR to your TV with the composite RGB cables and disconnect the HDMI. Then power your unit on. Then power it off (using the power on the DVR not a remote) and immediatly press the menu button on the DVR (not the remote). A white screen with black writing will come up. Using the down arrow buttons on your DVR go to the bottom line where it says "reset factory default" Toggle down to that and then use the right arrow key and your settings will be reset. Then exit out of that by powering off. Now remove your composite cables and replace the HDMI. You should be back up and running.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
The problem is that, according to the specs for that TV, it doesn't support 1080p.
That's a 720p television you've got. (Specs here)
While the specs say that it supports 1080p, the resolution says it supports 1366 x 768, which is only 720p, not 1080p or even 1080i.
You may want to contact Sony for clarification, because their specs for that tv are contradicting each other.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
SOURCE: PS3 wont go 1080i/720p
I don't think there is a way to set your resolution manually, bro. They do it all by auto. If I may make a suggestion... Turn off both the TV & PS3. Unplug your HDMI, then make sure both your TV & PS3 are turned ON. Now re-connect your HDMI. A TV tech once told me that these units "communicate" through the HDMI. This can only occure whilst they're up & running. This may help get you going on to 1080i.
p.s. PS3 games only output 720p, max! This isn't always the case for Blu Ray movies, but it is for games. Good luck!
Posted on May 23, 2009
that is the simplest way. please rate, thanks and have a good day
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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hd-ready tv's only support max 1080i and not 1080p. The default
setting on the Xbox is 1080p, that's why you get that message. There
is a way to fix this, just follow the steps below:
TV and X box via HDMI cable with units switched off.
both units on.
the right arrow 7 times (Left top jog knob on game controller)
"A" button 4 times (Green button)
"up" arrow once to set to 1080i
"up" arrow once again to set to 720p.
"A" to store setting
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