Determining What Type Of Signal You Are Receiving
To get the HD picture quality that your TV is capable of displaying, your TV must receive a True HD signal. True HD signals must meet both conditions below: The signal must be broadcast on a High Definition (HD) channel. Your HD channels are set by your cable or satellite provider. Most channels
All HD cable and satellite boxes have resolution settings you can set to optimize the picture of your TV. This TV works best when it receives a 1080p signal. To get the highest quality picture, set the box to output at 720p or 1080i (a 1080p signal is not available currently from a cable or
The Resolution at which the Media is Recorded
Standard DVDs do not look as good as HD DVDs or Blu-Ray discs because they are recorded at 480p (Enhanced Definition or ED). In contrast, High Definition is 720p, 1080i, or 1080p. To get true HD quality to your TV from a DVD player, you need a Blu-Ray player and Blu-Ray discs or an HD-DVD player
Does the problem happen on all sources? To change the sources on the television, press the SOURCE button on the remote control. If the customer does not have multiple devices connected to the TV, click Yes below.
Volume Level Set Too Low On External Device
To raise the volume, follow these steps: Turn the volume on the TV down to a reasonable level (around 15). Press [Volume Up] on the connected device (not the remote) until it is all of the way up. Example: on most cable boxes they will have volume controls for their internal volume settings on
Connecting A Laptop Computer To Your LED TV
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I See The Splash Screen But When Windows Loads I Recieve The Error Message
If you are able to see the splash screen while your laptop boots up but when windows loads you receive the Mode Not Supported message there are two main causes for this: Your laptop's output resolution is not supported. Your video card drivers are not supported. To change the resolution
To begin troubleshooting follow the steps below: Turn your computer off Turn your TV on, and set to the PC input. Power on your computer. While your computer is booting up, you should see the computer's splash screen. Note: Your computer displays what is called a splash screen while
How To Connect A Video Game System
This section explains how to connect video game systems to your television. Most video game systems come with the cables required for connecting them to your TV. Note: Many game systems also have their own proprietary connections on one end of these cables. If your video game system has a
To connect a DVD player to your TV with an HDMI cable, follow these steps: Connect the HDMI cable from the HDMI OUT jack on the player to any free HDMI input on the TV. Press the SOURCE button on the TV's remote until you are on the HDMI input selected in step 1.