TVs's questions - Swedish iziqna

Where can i hide my 43 inch tv?

24 answers · 5 days ago
my sister has tv phobia

LG vs Samsung TV for Christmas?

15 answers · 4 days ago

i've tried 3M spray glue, but it turned out foggy. it didn't impede the viewing experience when the TV was on, but when the TV was off, it looked splotchy and foggy. does anyone know of a spray glue that comes out clear enough to be used in this kind of application? do i just need a thicker/thinner coat?

I was playing some old video files through my new TV and the frame rate looks really high. Do smart TVs make up new frames using motion blur or something?

Rabbit chewed tv wire?

14 answers · 1 week ago
Best answer: Yes it's dangerous. You definitely should tell them. And this is why you don't allow rabbits/ rodents to roam the house freely. Consider it lucky they didn't get fried. We kept my rabbits confined to a back room maybe considerate kind of arrangement.

TV not connecting to aerial?

7 answers · 6 days ago
Hi All. Have a TV for the bedroom and because there is no aerial port up there I have bought an indoor aerial. The aerial connects to a small box is connected to the mains. On the small box it has the port to connect to the TV. When I tune the TV it will not pick any channels up HELP?

I heard that manufacturers like Samsung make ca lesser quality product of televisions just for Walmart. The LGs and Samsung at Walmart are not the same quality as they are at Best buy and Walmart is not telling the customers

Best answer: No if you just want it to play discs, but if you want to view the 3D content, you need a 3D TV but they are quickly going out of fashion in favor of 4K.

Best answer: It’s a historical legacy from the days before TV when people had “wireless sets/radio sets”. The radio needed an aerial/antenna, a power supply and the “wireless” unit itself. Internal parts were very modular and things like photoelectric valves had to be regularly replaced. So the whole assembly was called a... show more

What hdtv antennas work?

12 answers · 2 weeks ago

Digital TV Signal?

7 answers · 1 week ago
In a highly clouded apartment with no common antenna, how can I receive a digital TV signal from a transmission station situated approximately 100 km, away. I have try to use an indoor antenna with booster, but it won't work! Can someone advise ?

I have to turn it up more to be able to hear it but then the sound from the back of it is even louder disturbing everyone else. Is there an easy inexpensive trick for this?

I just got Guitar hero, and I really wanted to play TV, but it’s saying the connection is down.

These are selling like hot cakes, and thier junk.

Best answer: Internet connection. Since we don't know which TV, what local area network connection (wifi, wired ethernet - 10BaseT or 1000BaseT or something else), internet service provider or other devices on the network that might impact throughput, there is no way for us to make a fully informed diagnosis.