just bought a new TV can’t seem to get the image very clear any tips ? Also I don’t know where these plug into as our provider installed?
The way he installed it is all the colours combined into two do I separate them and what is this for ?
- 2 months ago
shady image means no signal in or distort signal in
- 2 months ago
Didn't it come with a manual?
- Dan Delyon.Lv 42 months ago
The remote has access to picture settings that can be adjusted - color/contrast/brightness, etc.
- artherLv 52 months ago
go in one of the hdmi inputs if possible if its missing one of the red blue or yellow on the Component video input it will be missing a color
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- BillLv 72 months ago
I'm surprised your cable provider didn't use the HDMI plugs, unless you chose not to pay extra for them. In that case, you use whatever is available on the cable box. DVD players used to have the red, blue, green plugs, but now they use HDMI.
- Anonymous2 months ago
It should say on them what they are: unless you have a lot of stuff like cameras you don't use them. or if you are connecting to speakers. I can see an ethernet connection which goes to your router and an aerial socket, and HDMI inputs that go to a video recorder. You should have a manual that shows you what goes with what.
- BarryLv 52 months ago
Those are audio ports. For headphones and speakers. If the image isn't perfect the TV needs to be returned. You shouldn't need to try to adjust it. It should be perfect from first switch on especially as the supplier installed it. I assume your antennae/dish is providing a good signal? Maybe you should check that? Although if your old TV worked OK it can't be that.