LE32R88BD keeps turning off when playing 360 through hdmi

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  • renegademaster 23 Feb 2008 20:43:06 7 posts
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    My LE32R88BD samsung tv keeps turning off when playing rainbow six. i have tried setting it to 760p and 1080i but it still turns off and then on again.

    Help me please!!!
  • renegademaster 23 Feb 2008 21:25:37 7 posts
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    You have time to waste
  • convercide 24 Feb 2008 10:12:08 5,747 posts
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    renegademaster wrote:
    My LE32R88BD samsung tv keeps turning off when playing rainbow six. i have tried setting it to 760p and 1080i but it still turns off and then on again.

    Help me please!!!

    Did you try 720p? ;)

    Seriously though it sounds like you have a faulty HDMI lead or your television can't seem to cope with the refresh rate.

    If you can read this, you don't need glasses.

  • sanctusmortis 24 Feb 2008 19:57:01 9,590 posts
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    Can you use the YPbPr component instead? Check to see if it IS the HDMI first.
  • renegademaster 24 Feb 2008 20:59:21 7 posts
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    Will try the hdmi cable from my ps3 on the xbox and see if it works.

    thanks
  • renegademaster 25 Feb 2008 20:44:26 7 posts
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    Have found out that this tv cannot handle 1080 i when playing games or watching fast action movies...... can anybody tell me why this tv is not able to operate at maximum resolution....
  • Carlo 25 Feb 2008 20:54:28 17,913 posts
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    My TV doesn't exactly turn off, but the mode changes it goes through does mean the scrren blanks out for short periods of time.

    Is it you TV being unable to cope with the mode changes? Some people had this problem with Nintendo Wii VC games mode changing IIRC.

    PSN ID: Djini

  • renegademaster 27 Feb 2008 21:45:03 7 posts
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    yes it seems to be the tv that can't handle the signal from the xbox or Plastation. when fast moving graphics are played in games or video in 1080 interlaced mode, the tv does some of the work processing the graphics.

    Setting the tv to 720P progressive and aspect ratio to scan only, seems to work for me at the moment.

    This tv does not support 1080i and I bought it because it looks the part, but it is really a sheep in wolves clothing.

    BUY A SONY BRAVIA, TOSHIBA OR SHARP, LOOKS ARENT EVERYTHING!!!!!!!
  • renegademaster 27 Feb 2008 21:52:15 7 posts
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    360 throu HDMI

    Game Mode: On

    Mode: Standard
    Contrast: 80
    Brightness: 54
    Sharpness: 32
    Colour: 52
    Tint: 50
    Colour Tone: Normal
    Backlight: 7
    Size: Just Scan
    Digital NR: Off
    DNie: On

    Detailed Settings

    Black Adjust: Low
    Dynamic Contrast: Low
    Gamma: 0
    My Colour Control: All 15
    Edge Enhancement: Off
    Colour Space: Wide

    White Balance

    R-Offset: 17
    G-Offset:15
    B-Offset: 11
    R-Gain: 4
    G-Gain: 14
    B-Gain: 30

    Energy Saving: Low
    HDMI Black Level: Low
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