Thursday, January 30, 2014

How do I change the resolution of my Toshiba tv from 480p to 720p?


I bought a Toshiba 19" LCD HDTV for watching movies and playing video games. Most of the games I have are 720p and higher, and on the box of the tv it says that it has that resolution. How do I change from 480p to 720p for better picture quality and overall performance?

The resolution is set by the video, the TV is just reporting what it is getting. So, if it says 480, then your device is feeding it SD video.

Check your game and make sure it's set to output 720p or 1080i. Also, you will need to connect the game to the TV with something that can support HD like a HDMI or component cables.

Should I buy an 1080p hdtv with basic dish network satellite service?


I'm thinking about buying a Vizio VX240M 24" LCD HDTV, but I know my moms not going to be up for getting an HD box. Is it even worth buying, will the picture quality look bad with regular satellite service?

You'll see the Dish digital channels (they're all digital) in very fine standard definition video. It will look great on your proposed purchase; it just won't be HD. But the set will be able to produce HD from other sources, like a DVD player or, if you're lucky enough to be in a strong signal area for over-the-air TV, from an external antenna.

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