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dumbest question ever.. don't rip me..

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#21 OFFLINE   bjlc



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Posted 26 June 2010 - 08:49 AM

okay.. I made it work.. but.. and its a big butt.. its not worth the hassle.. I can only use 480 i.. where as I could use up to 1070 resolution and see the picture.. and changing the resolution was a major hassle.. the res button wouldn't work.. so I had to take the whole deal apart and then use a yellow video cable , change the res by way of the menu.. and then put the whole deal back.. and during a power outage .. the res went back to 480p..

no.. the picture was hardly different.. not close to being noticeable. and I don't have the problems..

maybe on a newer set.. but not on this one.. sorry kids to let you down..

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