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A general guide to help you make an informed decision on how to connect your equipment to your TV.
How to get your channels back First, turn your TV on and then press [CH Up] on the remote control. One of two things will happen: You will see a message on the screen that says Not Available in Current Mode. In this case, follow Procedure 1 below. The channel will change in the top left
How To Connect a Recorder With a Digital Tuner To Your TV Required Cables One length of Coaxial (RF) Cable (long enough to go from the wall to the recorder) Optional: Second length of Coaxial (RF) Cable One of the three connection cables shown below. Component Cables
If your cable company has digitized the host channel (usually PBS), the data for TV Guide will not go through. That channel must be analog in order for TV Guide data to get to the customer's television. This applies to both cable and over-the-air broadcasts. As more stations and networks make
Make sure that the audio cables are tightly connected to the correct inputs. There are 8 red/white audio terminals on the TV: DVI In PC In AV (Composite/S-Video) In 1 AV (Composite/S-Video) In 2 Component In 1 Component In 2 AV Out AV (Composite) In 3 (on the right side)
When the auto-volume function is turned on, it normalizes the incoming audio signal so that if audio is either unusually loud or soft, it will be played at a moderate volume. This feature does not work while changing channels, it only operates when you are on a channel.
Video quality from a DVD player or gaming system is dependent on three factors: The quality of your connection. The resolution at which the DVD player or gaming system is set. The resolution at which the media (game or DVD) is recorded. To improve the picture from your DVD player or
Video quality from a DVD player or gaming system is dependent on three factors: The quality of your connection. The resolution at which the DVD player or gaming system is set. The resolution at which the media (game or DVD) is recorded. To improve the picture from your DVD player or gaming
If you hear humming, buzzing, or whining noises coming for your TV, the most likely sources are the cooling fan or color wheel. Both of these are discussed below. The Cooling Fan The cooling fan normally makes some noise when it runs, but it shouldn't be so loud that it is noticeable.
If the cables are connected to one input and there is no sound, try changing the connections: Connect a different device to the input that is not working. Connect the original device to a different input. If one device does not work in both inputs but the second device does work, the