I put this in my bedroom as a tv and i have to look up to it and the picture on some channels is terrible real heavy shadows and you cant see the person on it , but it is fine if you look at it straight on. is there anything i can do with it or should i take it back
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Hi Jim, your nearly there, all you need to do is go into the tv menu and move from DTV to the old type channel numbers and then find the bit where you can manually tune the tv to channel 68.
Have a sky menu picture running and you will see it come in.
If I understand your problem the Y splitter is a passive splitter which mean that the centre pins are connected via capacitors this will degrade the picture on one or both outlets, the Sky box should be connected via a scart or HDMI connection
you will receive upwards to 150 channels (depends on how the tv is designed) you will not receive all the channels which you receive on the tv which has the "box". You will need an addtional box if you want to receive essentially any 200 or above channel.
Hope this helps
I am assuming your set is new. Ask for it to be serviced under warranty. This sounds like your set is defective for some reason.
LCD TV sets are known for their exceptional sharpness and performance when having a good quality signal source, and especially with an HD programs.
you have dust on your ccd... this is really bad... its something i can't recommend trying to fix at home... its so easy to get more dust in there... so if you really like the camera take it to a repair shop?
i had a dust shadow on a camera i really liked ... it was on the top half of the image and always looked terrible... so i started taking pictures with camera UPSIDE DOWN ... you could hardly ever see the shadows on the darker background....