Question about Mitsubishi WT-46809 46" Rear Projection Television
DirecTV installed a new 5 LNB satellite dish as a free upgrade. The tech had a test set & tested the cable where it connects to the reciever. Good signal there. He wants me to upgrade to the HR20 reciever, but I am under the impression that that will only give me the local channels in HD. I still see no difference in quality when comparing TNT & TNTHD. I'm starting to believe that the TV is not HD compatible, although Mitsubishi markets it as such.
Since this is an older first generation (1999) HD TV it may not be compatible with newer HDTV receivers because the standards back then were different - Make sure the HD cable box is plugged into the HD component inputs on the back of the TV (not the DVD inputs) and that the menu setting on the TV is set to DTV (not RGB) video. This TV will only accept 480i and 480p signals on the DVD input. Also the HDTV input will only accept 480i,480p and 1080i (it will not work with a 720p signal,make sure your cable box is not set to that mode)
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
In order for you to receive HD broadcasting you must have a HD-TV, otherwise you wont get the picture in HD. Also I should point out that you need to make sure that the signal itself is being broadcast in HD.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Mitsubishi HD 1080 series 65" set. I just got digital cable and I can get HD channels but it only shows in 480i. When I go to menu on the tv to advance settings if gives the option of 480i an
Connect your component cables to the DTV connections.
Posted on May 01, 2009
OMG! Verizon Fios at it again with changing boxes! Well let me tell you if you do not loose signal on a DVD using these same inputs ITS NOT YOUR TV!
Whats going on is further into Verizon system you loosing the signal from the VDSL slam outside in the pill box. This thing will need to be replaced and they are going to blame your TV until you just give up and buy a new TV only to figure out its not your TV.
1. Call them back
2. tell them to check there network
3. if that dont work tell them to check it again
4. if you have HDMI use that instead of the scart connections.
I hope you have luck with Verizon Fios there internet rules but there TV service is sub par!
Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/edwy_1a56970cf1ea4620
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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