Question about Televison & Video
It would be helpful to know what type of TV you have what type of cables and what the source is. (DVD, SAT or Cable box)If you are using HDMI then it could be a resolution issue. the source resolution cannot exceed the range of the TV. the current standard is 1080p, there are some older TVs that can only work up to 720p or some that will work to 528p which is an EDTV standard.
another reason could be if you are using component video cables. there are three video cables that make up a component video HD system. the Green is the sync and if it is unplugged you get no picture. the other two (blue and Red) will only give you an odd tint to the picture. check the green component cable and even switch it at both ends with the blue or red cable to check if the cable itself is bad.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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