Got my 65833 delivered yesterday and hooked up last night. One thing I really don't like right off the bad is the auto-detection of inputs. I'd rather just specify which inputs I want active and leave it that way, with the Mitsu never double-checking my settings. Is there any way to disable the auto-detection?
My real question, though, is two-fold:
1) I notice when I turn on my PS3, receiver, and TV at the same time the TV comes on but the HDMI input isn't available. I think this may be because the receiver is taking an extra moment to detect the PS3, initialize that connection, and start sending any signal to the TV, and since the TV is set to that crappy auto-detect for the input it thinks "Oh, there's nothing plugged in here - guess I'll just make it unavailable."
Is this the way it works? Do I need to turn the PS3 and the receiver on first, make sure those are going, and THEN turn the TV on?
2) I have a PC which I used to use via DVI with my old DLP set. The Mitsu doesn't have DVI, so I bought a DVI-to-HDMI cable. DVI end in the PC, HDMI in the Mitsu. I get no picture though. I know the PC's ok, so what could be going on here? I've heard of some of the HD-DVD and Blu-Ray players not allowing DVI-to-HDMI for HDCP reasons, but that shouldn't have anything to do with my PC. Could there be another reason I'm not getting a picture?
Thanks for the help guys. I'm sure there'll be a frustrating ramping up period here, but I can tell already the set was a very smart purchase.
Oh, and as regards fan noise: a somewhat high-pitched whine was easily detectable when I first set it up, even when sitting in front of the TV on the other side of the room, but on subsequent start-ups of the TV it's gone away. Guess (in my case) you just have to break it in a little bit.