Question about Sharp 60" LC-60LE757U AQUOS Full HD Smart LED 3D TV
I have a Sharp Aquos 46" and go a Comcast HD receiver as well, and had the same problem turning off the Closed Captioning. I order to turn it off you need to go into the box user setting by (starting w/ the cable box and tv on) pressing the power button for the cable box then the menu button for the cable box. This will open up the user settings menu. Just toggle CLOSED CAPTION to DISABLED.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
SOURCE: Sharp Aquos LCD TV 52"
you can try to access the MENU of your tv with or without your remote, but as to make things easier, try o access the MENU and look for the close captioning options there using your remote. you may see it as turned OFF and try to switch it to ON.
however, you may not be able to see all shows and dvds with caption...
since your problem indicates that you need closed captions on your tv and you cant seem to operate it, please download Jaime867 post about the user manual.
Closed captions and Digital closed captions are found in Page 37 in the user manual...
again, hope you'll be able to see the closed caption soon.
thanks for using fixya.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
SOURCE: Close captioning on HDMI
The TV will not display closed caption with HDMI input. It must either over-the-air (antenna) or composite input for the TV to manage CC.
To get CC with HDMI from your Comcast DVR, you need to configure the cable box. Instructions can be found here:
If you want CC all of the time, this works well. But since you must power-off the cable box to change the setting, switching CC on and off is a real pain.
Your set-up is similar to mine (Sharp Aquos 46" and Comcast DVR). I have the composite output from the cable box going to a DVD-recorder and on to the TV. Whenever I need CC (usually to catch some mumbled dialog), I just rewind the DVR, and switch the TV input to the composite input. Then I switch back to HDMI to continue watching in HD.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
SOURCE: I can't turn off the
In the Closed Caption system, there can be more than one caption service provided. Each is identified by its own number. The "CC1" and "CC2" services display subtitles of TV programs superimposed over the program's picture.
In the Closed Caption system, the "Text1" or "Text2" services display text that is unrelated to the program being viewed (e.g., weather or news). These services are also superimposed over the program currently being viewed.
Posted on Feb 20, 2011
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