Hi, Brand new mitsubishi DLP WD-62525 HDTV up for sale with full manudacturers warranty. Only $2900 + shipping. You can check the specs here: http://www.mitsubishi-tv.com/televis...ails.asp?id=51 Let me know if you have any questions!!! Thanks, Hugo
Hi, I came across an interesting device that upconverts every kind of signal into HD signal (1080i or 720p). It has three component inputs so you could connect almost all your video sources and upconvert them. I was hoping someone would have a personal experience with this new device. The model...
Brett, Shane, Steven: I could help you out with what you need, just right now I don't have the time to write it all down. Let me go over the weekend to give you some instructions to tweak your TV's (hopefully detailed enough). You could also send me PM with specific questions. Hugo
Hi Miles, I have a pair of RT800i. But why would you like to go down a model? The 1000i are better than the 800i, since the 800i doesn't have a integrated powered subwoofer. Are we sure we're talking about the polk audio models?
Hi Steven, your TV should not do that. What it is happening, is that your TV, for some reason, is reseting itself. That's what the blinking green light is, and the reset time is about a minute. You should contact an authorized service center and have it look at it.
I think is a great idea to make a meeting for those ones that dont get pick up!!! For me is 4hr drive from Mexico, but I'll do it. I'll bring the tequila and the coronas!!! Looking forward to meeting you guys!!! Hugo
Hi Dennis, if you still got problems with focus on you left side of the TV after doing the improvements I recommended, and if the un-focus left side is really noticeable while watching the TV, then I suggest getting it to an authorized service center. If the problem is almost null, then I...
Hi Dennis, that is correct. I forgot to mention to loosen the wingnuts, then you will be able to rotate the lenses by the wingnuts. Remember to let the TV warn up for at least 40 minutes before you do any adjustments.
Dennis, as long as you don't move anything else, or spill beer or lemonade inside your unit, is perfectly safe. Open up the back and take a look around, if you don't feel comfortable doing it, then call an authorized service center. But I really think you shouldn't have a problem doing it yourself.
Hi Dennis, I worked at mits******, and would be more that glad to help you out. I seems to me that you have a problem with focus. I see that you've done some adjustment (above post), that is called electrical focus and the knots you move are called VR adjustments. There is another adjusment for...