Currently trying to display an Xbox One with it and the screen is constantly cropped no matter what I do. I have checked the service menu 100 times over and there isn't any option. when I press the 16:9 button it'll change to 4:3 but will still be cropped out exactly as is. There are no manuals online for this TV, There's only one HDMI port and I have spent weeks trying to do research. Mods edited my title, It doesn't happen specifically on Xbox one. It happens with everything even if I set resolution to 720p/1080i.
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Re: Bush lcd32tv07hd TV. Overscan with HDMI.
Just do a factory preset, and then check. In most cases, this should make it right. to do a factory reset, you've to enter its service mode. From your description, I understand that you know how to enter its service mode. do the factory reset, and come back to this forum. OK?
If you wish to get some details; check the sites linked here. https://elektrotricks.blogspot.com/ https://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
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Testimonial: "Hello and thank you for the response. I don't see an option to factory reset unfortunately.
I have these stated:
The options enabled are in brackets.
- Standby (Factory}
- Text (NONE)
-Text TBL (AUTO)
- Language (A)
- Panel (32-HT3)
- Plug Play (OFF)
- Tuner (THOMSON 754xx)
- 2D/3D Deinterlace (3DD I)
- Gamma (OFF)
- HDCP Verify
- Blue Back (OFF)
- DLC (ON)
- DNR (ON)
- Protection (OFF)
- Panorama (AVAIL)
- Keypad (6 BUTTON+1STD)
- Pat (NAVAIL)
- Hotel (NAVAIL)
- Hotel Volume (20)
- TTX Page Size (10)
These are simply to enable/disable output sources. Only options or AVAIL + Enable or NAVAIL + Disable.
We can miss these as well.
- AHC VHF (9)
- AGC UHF (10)
- AGC LPRIME (10)
- AGC VIDEO (ON)
- LOGO (OFF)
Just dimming settings.
- IBC (then colour offsets)
- ICC (more colour offsets)
- Adjust (Gain, contrast, Saturation etc etc.)
- SCART-1 RGB ADC (More offsets)
- Auto Colour (When attempted it says "FAIL)
- Test Patterns (etc etc)
- ADRESS: 0F00 HEX
- DATA: 0000 HEX
- EEPROM RESET (I have done this, didn't fix it)
At the bottom of the menu it says
U27.IX 05 T00 G2 v0.952
So, No options to factory reset.
The Zoom button does nothing on the HDMI source, But does on SCART and some others. Though I can change the options from 16:9 to 16:4 and 4:3, It still doesn't all fit in the screen. I also can't find a manual for it anywhere online.
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You're projector is most likely fine. Check your satellite box. Go to the menu and see how its set to display video. It may be trying to up-convert TV signals. Try different adjustments from there to see if you see any change.
Go to Display settings and make sure Auto Detect is off.
Then if it's off or after reset go to HDTV settings and select 1920x1080, if there is no picture wait till it comes back and select 1360x768. Just keep going down till you find one that works.
It's a bit of a bummer some TV's out there have no option to disable the overscan. Also a bigger shame that a lot of TV's are sold as 1080p yet only have a 1366x768 native resolution.
However this solution should fix overscan issues if it can't be done through the TV.
I have had what is fundamentally the same problem. I have a desktop PC that I am plugging in to my Panasonic Viera TX-32LZD80. I am using DVI connection plugged in to HDMI port.
The solution is fairly simple; use the Menu button on the TV remote to get to the Main Menu for the TV and then select Setup which should be the fourth of four options. This will get you to the Setup Menu for the TV for the current channel. Look for the Picture Overscan option, it will very probably be set to On if you have the problem of %5 or so of display being missing on all sides.
Switch Picture Overscan to Off.
This immediately should solve your problem. A note of warning on this is that I suspected this was the problem but when I first looked at the Setup Menu I could not find the Picture Overscan option.
If you are unable to find the Picture Overscan option then trying fiddling with the Aspect settings. You will probably find it set to Auto. Switch it to 16:9 and you should find the Picture Overscan option will be available from the Setup Menu.
It will accept a 1920x1080i input from a high def source , but running a PC at 1920x1080i/p will cause the problems you describe, depending on what the PC is sending to the TV, because PC signals are not the same as high def.
Your PC should be set to a resolution as near to 1366x768 as possible. My PC allows 1280x768 and 1360x768. Try one of these for best results.
There are no settings on the TV to solve this problem.
HD is a new sort of signal transmitting/receiving technology; therefore, all software and hardware components you have to use must be able to support the relevant technology. (HDMI=High Definition Multimedia Interface)I am not sure if your 360 has an HDMI output, but if it has one, you have to use one of those HDMI cables. As well, the LCD model you mentioned has to be able to support HDMI signals. As I know, scart plugs don't usually support HDMI. Similarly, individual connector cables don't support it either. All you need to have is a digital coax cable.