Originally Posted by kiknit30
The AV Cable that comes standard with the PS3 only supports standard. If you have the composite or the HDMI, it will support up to 1080.
Remember though, for this TV you have to have the HD Receiver in order to get up to 1080i.
What HD receiver are you talking about? Please post a link to this receiver.
The TV accepts 480i 480p & 1080i signals.
Input 1 component(YPbPr) ONLY accepts 480i signals
Repeat INPUT 1 COMPONENT ONLY ACCEPTS 480i SIGNALS
see page 7 of the manual, the line with the big number 2 next to it http://www.p4c.philips.com/na4/5/51p...03_dfu_aen.pdf
To connect a 480p or 1080i signal it needs to be connected to HD INPUT-AV4 or HD INPUT-AV5
see page 8 of the manual, also note the helpful hints boxhttp://www.p4c.philips.com/na4/5/51p...03_dfu_aen.pdf
HD INPUT-AV 4 is set to YPbPR otherwise known as component
HD INPUT-AV 5 is set to RGB
if you are trying to use input 5 with your PS3 you will need to change RGB to YPbPr in the menu, see page 59 of the manual to do thishttp://www.p4c.philips.com/na4/5/51p...03_dfu_aen.pdf
So to sum up, you can NOT connect your PS3 to INPUT AV-1 component jacks, they only accept 480i signals
INPUT AV-4 accepts 480p & 1080i signals & originally came set to accept YPbPr signals, which is what a PS3 outputs
INPUT AV-5 accepts 480p & 1080i signals, BUT came set to accept RGB signals, so if you are trying to use a PS3 or any orther source that outputs a HD signal in YPbPr you will need to change it in the menu as outlined in page 59 of the manual.
I hope this helps some of you