Question about JVC Televison & Video
It should be able to read the signal. I don't know why your sky provider would say such a thing. Did you talk to a salesman or a technician, make sure it is a technician next time.
Anyway the possible fix is to upgrade the firmware in an EEPROM. You can connect your PC to a service port on the back of the tv to the parallel printer port on the computer. The software requires direct access to the parallel port, for Win2K and XP you need to install a special driver that will allow direct access to the port. This is not required under Win98!
The other option is to get a new HDMI board on the tv which should fix the problem. Like you said, this is a lemon and it is the tv that is the problem and so you should contact the manufacturer of the tv not your sky provider.
good luck and let me know if you have any further questions
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
Terminals and Connections
Dual HDMI digital inputs with HDCP (High Definition Content
Protection) offer an uncompressed solution to the transmission and
display of high definition video and audio content. All JVC HD-ILA TVs
also include dual auto sensing component video inputs, assuring the
best possible picture quality whether a viewer is using DTV, D-VHS or
DVD, and three S-Video (two rear, one front) inputs and four AV inputs
(three rear, one front).
High Definition Multimedia Interface
HDMI is a new standard digital connection between A/V devices, such as a set-top box, DVD player or A/V receiver, and a digital television. HDMI offers exceptional video and audio quality with a single quick-disconnect connector. It supports multi-channel digital audio transmissions and component video color spacing for true rendering of HD video.
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Audio Features The JVC BBE High Definition audio system with Advanced HyperSurround and Active Hyper Bass includes two direct-drive speakers mounted underneath the screen for rich, expansive sound that fills your home theater or TV room.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
I would like to what is the model of the cable box you are using...?
Let me know
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
Have a look at your SPECS
Make sure you have correct cable connections
See also Key Features of the JVC HD61FH96
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
Hate to say this, but you would not able to watch HDMI content using a setup box. The High definition in your TV means that you can connect the something like a HD- DVDplayer or XBOX, or Playstation on your TV and watch HD content.
This is the only downside to this beautiful peace of equipment,because it doesnot have a HD Tv tuner and has only a regular analog TV tuner.
What you cable company is saying is correct for most projection TV available in the market.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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