I have a Plasma TV (HP-4254) and DVD converter (DVD-1080P7) both products made by Samsung. I am looking for a receiver without a DVD player (so I can hook up my converter) and a couple of speakers made by Samsung for my TV.
Thanks for the recommendation.
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Re: Receiver & Speakers for Plasma TV
It really depends on how much you want to spend. A home theater set=up will probably be a bit hard to get without a DVD player. Let me know your budget, and I will see what i can come up with. Do you have to stick with Samsung by the way?
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The Samsung brand is the most universal remote compatible tv out there, sounds like either a neighbor or even someone in your own home has a Samsung product that will work on your plasma. for example if someone within range has a Samsung dvd or blue ray player the volume up and down button will work on the Samsung tv also.
take the back off the tv follow the power cord it will connect to an electrical board. Look at the board carefully you will find a few capacitors look at the top of the caps they should all appear flat if you see any that are bulged or expanded then more then likely that is your problem. I just had the exact same problem with my 50 inch plasma and I fixed it. I removed the back of the tv located two swollen caps unsolder them from the board tested them with a meter and confirmed that the larger 50volt 1500 uf 105deg was indeed burnt and the smaller swollen one 35v 1500uf was still good but changed it anyhow just because it looked like it didnt have much life left.
There can be several causes for this, few of which you can do anything about. However, a few things to try:
1) Replace the batteries on your remote control. 2) Try resetting the logic functions on yourtv by unplugging it for a minute, then plugging it back in. 3) Try covering up the infra-red receptor on the front of your TV to see if you're getting unwanted signals from the receptor. taping a piece of foil over that area is perfect. If it doesn't stop after doing these two things you'll probably need to take it to a shop. 4) If this does stop it, then look for unexpected signal sources. Have you added a remote control extender? Added a new device to your audio-videosystem? Changed to a new remote?
You should not lose any picture quality from the DVD player. I am currently having the similar setup with PS3 as the Blu-ray DVD player with HDMI and a Samsung DVD as regular player with component cable to a Samsung LCD TV. Remember the quality on Blu-ray is better than normal DVD so don't expect more than what it is.