Question about Hyundai Q320 32 in. LCD Television
I have been dealing with Time Warner Cable and my cable box and this TV. It seems that the 1080i will show up for a monent or while and then the tv just goes blank. Several techs and boxes have been brought out and nothing has worked. I called Hyundai and they told me there could not be a problem with the tv it is the cable co's issue with signals. Well all has been looked at and still today they came out booted it all back up and put on 1080i. It will run a little while and then go blank. It worked fine on 1080i for months. I got the cable upgrade in October 2006 and the problem started ~ March 2007. It works on 480i. Also, along with this is anmother problem that the picture will freeze at times and I have to turn the tv on and off to get it back up. Thanks you for helping me out!
It is a problem from Time Warner. They told me that it was my cost to replace the 35 year old cables outside of my house. I told them wrong..I am going to Direct TV. But, what do I do with the test box the cable guy left at my house???? Although they "kiled it", it still is a test box and worth $$$
Posted on May 30, 2007
I have this same TV, and cable from Comcast (which uses the same Motorola Box as Time Warner). Are you using component output from you CATV box, or HDMI to DVI. Your TV has two component inputs and one DVI input, but no HDMI input directly. If you use component, you must do two things. 1. The TV is auto-sensing as to the input signal, and will work with 1080i, 720p, 480p or 480i. Make sure you have a good grade component cable. 2. On your CATV box, turn the power off with the remote, then within 3 seconds press 'MENU'. This will give you a screen where you can specify the output from your CATV. I suggest 1080i, but 720p works fine, too. If you are using the DVI input, then you must be using an HDMI to DVI converter cable or adapter. To make this work -- THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT -- you must set the CATV box to HDMI output, not DVI. Use the same process as described above, but make sure your HDMI/DVI cable is connected, and you have selected the DVI input on the TV. Otherwise, you won't get the proper menu on the CATV box. BTW, the prior suggestion is not the problem -- low signal from the cable company would cause the picture to pixelate, but not lose sync. However, both problems COULD be caused by a defective CATV box. If they haven't already replaced the CATV box, tell them to do so immediately or you will call DIRECTV!!
Posted on May 30, 2007
Low or poor signal from the cable company. Try another signal source such as a DVD play.
Posted on May 12, 2007
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