I was roflstomping some noobs in bf3 last night when all of a sudden my tv froze and audio stopped. This last for about 3 to 4 seconds at which point the screen turned off. The Vizio logo on the front of the tv changed from the "on" status to the "off" status about 7 times. Then the tv turned back on, at which point some noob had stolen my dog tags. Needless to say I was humiliated.
This happened to me a couple months ago. Anybody have any clue why this is happening?
want to use Skype app on my Vizio HDTV but they want you to buy a $200 wecam- looking for alternative
I do not want to convert the signal to analog, i want to keep them digital. I am looking for a low cost solution that would allow me to plug in my coax and then output via hdmi into my receiver.
will be used for blu-ray/dvd, xbox 360, cable/satellite
What do you guys prefer LCD, Plasma, or LED TV's? Not thinking about 3D here, just plain ol' TV.
I will not hook any cable STB to the monitor...
The pictures great but the sound isn't working well at all. The sound plays on the (much nicer) TV speaker. But it also plays on the tinny, shoddy laptop speakers as well. I can't find anyway to fix this. The computer only shows one playback device. The driver is fully updated according to the device manager and I can't think of what else to do so. Anybody had success getting audio out who can share some wisdom? Thanks.
Anyone having issues with their SV370XVT making their DVDs look like BBC documentaries? The manual says it is supposed to recognize the 24fps of films, but my TV definitely is not doing that. Special effects suddenly look like 1960's Dr. Who ripoffs. Solutions?
I updated the screen resolution in the specs for this item on GDGT. I ran into overscan issues with my laptop. I corrected it by changing the output on my laptop to 1366x768 using DTD Calculator. I have noticed a green tint to some items when I do output, although this could very easily be my computer as any other hdmi sources look fantastic.
I have been trying to tweak my component video quality and for the life of me I cannot get the contrast/brightness to not be crappy. It seems at any setting there is either no contrast or everything is too white. I tried using 2 different DVD players and a Wii. Dark areas in movies are grayish and it looks like everything is washed out. Anyone else have this problem? Composite/S-video, RGB (computer) and HDMI are all great, component sucks.
see Extremetech review... http://www.extremetech.com/article2/0,2845,2341498...
Anybody out there have the Direct TV remote code that works for this TV? I found one but it does not seem to be able to change the input to this TV.