Originally Posted by sharkcohen
Normal. Use 16:9.
Also, what were you trying to hook the optical and digital outputs from the box to??? The B750 does not have optical or digital inputs.
First off, I don't see that as...
I have my 46B750 since Xmas and it has worked great.
Recently my cable box with HDMI died and i had to have it replaced.
After weeks of complaining, I was still unable to get a new set top box with HDMI. (I hate Charter BTW). I...
Originally Posted by sinrakin
Just got a Sony KDL-52V5100 (clearance so it was cheap). Doing first-time setup, it seems to me that even with a 1080i signal from my cable company (Charter), and the DVR (Scientific Atlanta 8300HD)...
Originally Posted by Cataddict
Let us know how the latest 1017 firmware works for you. I've been getting the prompts to upgrade from 1016 to 1017, but wanted to see a few reports back first before executing. Not that I'm...
I only have the 46B750 but I do own a Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360.
All LCDs will have lag and the motion processing is there because most people watch TV/DVD/Movies and not game. If you are looking for lower lag solution you can get a...
Originally Posted by ninor
My LN52B750 came in few days ago and I absolutely love it! Now, I have few questions:
1. Can you have 2 Xbox 360s connected to 2 HDMI inputs and play both of them on PIP split screen?
Originally Posted by Olbi
Is anybody using a special driver for the TV when connected to PC (Windows XP)? I see it only as "Generic PnP monitor" and I was wondering whether a special driver exists.
No, just go to the...
Customer service wise, that died a long time ago.
Quality issues and DOA issues aside. It comes down to how picky you are and if you can tell a difference.
I have a friend who is actually a Maître Fromager -- these are cheese...
Originally Posted by Shin CZ
I recently bought an Asus 1201n netbook and hooked up to the Tv with HDMI. I renamed the input to PC and such, but I still get the typical settings I normally get with any other device. I can even use...