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you want to watch hd 1080P? what is your question? to watch full 1080p you need you bluray player a bluerays disk and a tv that can actually handle 1080p, just because a tv is new and "big" wont ensure it can handle 1080p
There should be a couple of other files in the folder as well as datainstaller.exe. Download the latest firmware from http://argosy-eg.com/downloads/HV359T/HV359T_R1.99_ari_702_r199.zipunzio the folder then run datainstaller .exe with the Argosy connected via usb. I updated last night but I can't see any MP4 files, don't suppose any fellow owners have the same problem or advice for me to fix it?
You must make sure your playstation and your TV set are both set for the same video format (1080p, 1080i, 720p, etc.).
You can either go through all your HDTV formats until it synchs up (give each a good 20 seconds or so before moving on), or you can open the display menu for your PS/3 using a different video connection to your set (i.e. composite), setting both to match, then switching them to HDMI.
The Blu-ray player outputs full HD VIDEO (1080p) through HDMI, if your tv is not a
full HD one then you can't see the video. Do one thing connect the Blu-ray player to any full HD tv and go to it video setting. Down scale
the video to 1080i. All HD ready tvs supports only resolution up to
1080i. only full HD tvs supports 1080p. Down scale the video to 1080i
surely you will get video. Also check the version of HDMI cable you have used. It should be 1.2 or above. ok
go to this site:
there are two different verrsion of the HV335T one with "VR" after the barcode
and the other with no "VR" after the barcode
you will see what version is the one you need
for no "VR" code are this firmwares
V1.01 (original in the player)
for "VR" code are this firmwares
B1.35 Same as D2.35 for HV335T VR
R1.1 Same as V2.1c for HV335T VR
so, download the one you player needs and do the upgrade
A 1080p set will only show 1080p if the broadcast or satellite co sends it. I don't know of any cable co's doing that as yet. True HD isn't in full motion as yet. 720p is your best right now unless you have a Blue Ray DVD Player along with a 1080p full hd movie then you can watch full HD.
A lot of stations are running 1080i which is good for slow motion movies. 720p is best for fast action movies.