Question about Toshiba Televison & Video
I currently own a Toshiba 57HX94. I really enjoy most aspects of the set, except one, the fact that it weighs 240ish pounds. Currently, the TV resides up a set of stairs. It is now time to leave my current home. I am hoping not to have to try and move the entire set without "splitting" it, as this model has the "split cabinet" feature.
My owners manual, instructs me to contact Toshiba should I need instructions on how to "split the cabinet" (since I never received the original instructions in the box with the new TV on how to preform this function. . .). Toshiba has been contacted via phone, their website consulted and the accessories store consulted. No useful assistance thus far.
What I am hoping to learn is:
1.) Can anyone instruct me in a stepwise fashion how to "split" the set?
-If completed properly, am I harming the set somehow by splitting it?
2.) If not, any further ideas on who to ask to learn how?
I also have read, when the set is "split" it should be moved carefully etc. and should not be transported in two pieces.
Stranded in South Dakota - BB
SOURCE: Split screen question
Ah split screen just another way of getting two picture in one screen, or sport for he and Opra for her.
Fisrt you must understand what split screen is, it is taking two information from different source and sending the info to the micro to devide the info for two seperat image.
Well something like that but I know you were inpress,
Yes you can. Take the main source you or using I would say the TV box in cable connection or av1 and then your DVD or and VCR to source av2 or 3. When presing split screen or pip you will get one screen showing the main source your tv box and the second your dvd (or VCR) in the source input solector you should be able to change the second amage input with input solector and the tv box change the other.
Oh what a butiful life aint it.
Try this with 7 different source, Cable, satelite, fta, dvd, camera, gaming sytem, and computor,... well that another chapter.
What about Bob
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
it comes apart. look at the side of the tv. remove the plastic plugs and you will see alan head bolts. remove them. 8 total i thinkk
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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• The station may have broadcast difficulties. Try another channel.
• The sound may be muted. Press VOLUME.
• If you hear no sound, try setting the MTS feature to STEREO mode (page 81).
• Make sure the SPEAKERS function in the AUDIO SETUP menu is set correctly (page 83).
• If you are not receiving a second audio program from a known SAP source, make sure the MTS feature is
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