Question about Mitsubishi WS-65513 65" Rear Projection HDTV
I have the Mitsubishi HD1080 with DVI input. I never noticed with my HD TV shows, but it seems my HDTV cuts off the screen. I noticed once using my PS3 that I could not see stuff on the screen my friends see on their screens (money, time, etc on GTA IV for instance). I never even knew those items were on the screen until I saw my friends playing it on their TVs and they had all that on the screen.
Yes, I have checked all my settings and I have nothing zoomed in or stretched. It's all set to normal. My TV (Mitsubishi HD1080) has no setting to shrink the V and H size like most TVs have. Is there something I am not seeing? I've gone through all the advanced settings and everything I could find under the menu, but I see no way to shrink the screen to see if that will show me my whole screen in my PS3 games.
I believe it has something to do with converting 1080p to 1080i. Am I close?
I have found some info on this, please read: "For standard (480i) connections, there are three S-Video/ composite-video/ R/L audio sets. You would use these for any of your standard video connections such as a VHS VCR. There are two component-video (Y-Pb-Pr) connections, each with three RCA jacks, which will accept input at 480i and 480p (such as the output from a progressive-scan DVD player, for example). Each of these two component-input sets has a corresponding R/L audio connection. Finally, there's a single component-video connection with five RCA jacks, handling Y, Pb, Pr, H, and V (the last two are for horizontal and vertical sync signals). This last component-video connection will take input at 480i, 480p, and 1080i. You do not have to use all five connections. If you have a 1080i-output device, such as the analog output from an STB digital high-def broadcast tuner, with only Y-Pb-Pr output, you can connect to just the three Y-Pb-Pr connections on this five-jack component-video connection. As with the other component-video inputs, the Y-Pb-Pr-H-V set has a corresponding R/L audio input jack pair. The Y-Pb-Pr-H-V component-video connection will also accept an analog VGA-connector output. To make such a connection, you will need one of the adapters with a VGA jack on one end, connected to a cable whichs splits into five separate cables, each terminating in the appropriate type of RCA plug (Y-Pb-Pr-H-V)." This might be your solution. It worked on my Mitsubishi WT 46809. I have moved the component cables installed by the Direct TV installer to the second row of component-video connection (labeled 1080i) and finaly my DirectTV HD receiver is recognizing the 1080 signal.
Posted on Jul 11, 2007
SOURCE: HDMI Monster cables
I had the same issue. I think you have to reset your PS3. I don't remember how I fixed it but I did find the anwser in the PS3 user manual "Trouble Shooting".
Posted on May 19, 2008
In the input assignment menu make sure that the DTV (the only 1080 input on this tv) is set to Y/Pb/Pr and see if that fixes your issue with at least the HD-DVR.
BTW- the HDMI information "1080i HD can only be selected if TV has HDMI inputs". is not correct.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Mitsubishi HD 1080 series 65" set. I just got digital cable and I can get HD channels but it only shows in 480i. When I go to menu on the tv to advance settings if gives the option of 480i an
Connect your component cables to the DTV connections.
Posted on May 01, 2009
This model is HD but requires a box and is only 4x3 in HD. That means you will see selected HD channels in letterbox and many others may be formatted that way by the box you are using.
Their later sets were also HD but had 4x3 AND 16x9 which is full screen in HD provided the box is sending it that way.
I do not think anything is wrong with your set--it is just the way it was intended to work.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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