I think dat ur using the wrong cable or the wrong system on ur tv ....so if u're using hdmi cable u must check that the cable isn't cuted or damaged and as well try to be sure dat u made the tv work on dat system ...and if u are using the av cable be sure of the same things
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Find the input button on your Samsung's remote control (or on the TV itself) and push it until it says TV. If there is no option called TV, just push the button once and see if the TV mode is on. If not, push input again and see if the next mode works. Repeat until TV mode is found.
I have 2 50" plasma tvs. One is a Samsung and the other is a LG. I play my PS3 on both and have not had any problems whatsoever. You can also look through the manual and it should also give you some facts about hooking up a console system to it. You should also have different settings for the TV such as standard, sports, game mode, etc... So you can set the tv up on however you wanted to view it. Have fun gaming!
dont know how many times ive said this but GET AN OLDER TV it saves all that time you use trying to hook it up to a new one..it doesnt even have to be that old just not a plasma or HD tv, its much MUCH easyer and saves lots of time, and mabie even money
What you need to do is use a different tv or scart/av cable first, go to settings and reduce the resolution its because the tv cannot handle such a high res, if this dosent work, please post back,
The Wii can display on a HDTV, but keep in mind the output is only 480p. It is not true high definition, and it will only display this using a component video cable. There shouldn't be a difference with LCD and plasma.
You will also need to go to the display settings to force the Wii to display in 480p.
Try a different input (safe to assume your Sony has multiple?) and see if it is that specific input. Also, try a different device like a DVD player or VCR and see if you get the same result.
I had the same problem. What you need to do is change your aspect ratio on your TV. Should be on your TV remote. While you wont get a full screen mode you will get very close. I cant remember what aspect I switch my plasma too I think Full mode. Anyways hope this helps.
Try holding the power on button down until you hear a series of beeps, each one representing your ps3 switching video modes. try this until you get a picture on your screen, then you can use the options to set it to your tv's resolution. I've seen this same problem often from people holding the button when they turn it on :3.
It's actually similar to the old screen burn in you'd see on very old CRT televisions and monitors. You can play your playstation on it, just make it a point not to leave it on the same screen for long periods. For instance, if you pause the game, turn the TV off until you're ready to continue.
Plasma Burn In only happens if you leave the same image on the screen for an extended period. Just don't do that, and you'll be fine.