My exact tv is Samsung LN-S4095D, this was the closest one to it on the site...
anytime i try to hook a device up to my lcd via hdmi the 1080p setting is choppy and obviously not as clear as it should be. HDMI works fine on 1080i, 720p, etc. Just not clear on 1080p, what could be the problem?
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Assuming your T.V. is set up right, That is, the cable input matches the select input on the remote control check this, try clicking around the input choices while you feed the computer output to the to the T.V. Otherwise you may need to check for a other coveter boxes, It stands to reason, one way or another, you should be able to see the computer image on that T.V. model.
Please don't rate me for this. Onkyo has been having voltage problems with their HDMI boards in several models. Yours is one of them. They first instructed techs to replace some capacitors, then add some capaictors to repair the voltage problems. Now they want us to replace the HDMI boards but I have yet to receive any (on back-order) Sorry for the bad news.
check your owners manual tv. my tv has 3 hdmi input.your tv manual will tell you which one to use. make sure you select the correct resolution. 1080p/720/480 etc. oh...make sure you have hdmi cables too
I had the exactr same problem with P#3 and the same model of TV, I turned of the 24 hz setting as you suggested and it si workign great! The only thing I am wondering is what ewxactly the 24 Hz setting is. The actual title is "BD 108P 24 HZ output. I didn't turn off 1080P did I? Don't think so as picture looks great. Even though I didn't ask the original question I REALLY appreciate the answer!