ac outlet for car How to Fix Blurry LCD TV

by:KEBO      2019-10-23

The blurry LCD screen will ruin the night of watching TV with your loved ones, a night where you plan to watch your favorite show or any other activity.LCD TV screen blur may be due to hardware defect or bad, not setting the LCD TV properly, trying to play low levelPoor quality documentation, poorly positioned antennas or any other issues.Please fix the problem yourself before throwing away the TV or sending it back to the manufacturer.

If the room in which your TV is located has experienced a dramatic temperature change recently, turn off the LCD TV for a few hours and let it adapt to the new temperature.Sometimes, intense temperature swings can cause the build-up on the back of the LCD TV screen to condense.When you turn on the TV, the backlight on the screen will touch the condensate on the back of the screen before reaching the screen, which may cause the image to blur and make you feel like you are watching the TV through the fish tank.

Just because you have hd TV doesn't mean you will always see HD pictures.Therefore, the picture may be more blurry than you think.The number of high-definition channels that can generally enter the Channel today should be viewed in high-definition and then used "-1.\ "So to view channel 2 in high definition, for example, you can enter \" 2-1.\ "HD add-on channels are available on some basic channels.To find these channels, enter the same main channel number, but add the number after the dash.For example, to view other HD channels provided by Channel 2, enter \ "2-2,\" \"2-3\" and so on.
Unless you connect an external device to an LCD TV using a cable with HD video (such as an HDMI or component video cable), the external device will not appear in the HD you expect.If you use S-Video or composite video cable, your picture will appear in standard definition.

If the electrical device that transmits the signal (such as a mobile phone and radio) is close to the antenna, the picture related to the channel you insert in the air may look blurry on your LCD TV, other electrical equipment.Move or turn off the electrical equipment near the antenna to see if it can solve the problem.
Poor antenna position can also cause the LCD TV to blur.Move the antenna to a position that points to it so that it has a clear view of the sky.In addition, make sure that there are no large metal objects near the antenna path, such as metal roofs or water towers, because these obstacles interfere with the signal.
If the antenna pulls in two signals carrying the same source, there can also be a blurred LCD TV, which is called a ghosting.During the ghosting, two versions of the same image are displayed on the screen, and each signal inserted by the antenna has one version.This can be solved by moving the antenna until you extract the source image from one signal.

If you are viewing the source image with anything other than its inherent resolution, the result may be a blurry LCD TV screen.For example, if the native resolution of the content you are viewing is widescreen, and you adjust the picture to show the enlarged aspect ratio, zooming in may result in a more blurry picture than you expected.Other aspect ratios, such as the panoramic aspect ratio, enhance the sharpness of the image part located in the center of the screen, but distort the image part on the left and right sides of the screen.To get the best possible image, set the LCD TV to the local resolution display of the source.

For videos that are burned to the disc and viewed through an external DVD player, pay attention to the local resolution of the video.If the local resolution of the video is less than the normal resolution, such as 340 by 215, the video may look very blurry as it tries to display it at the resolution of the LCD TV, which is usually about 1920 by 1280.If you have the original source file for the video, Please resize the video to a larger resolution to reduce the level of blur when watching the video on DVD or BluLight player connected to LCD TV.

Due to the loose connection of the video cable, the picture shown on the LCD TV may be blurred.Check both ends of any connected video cables to make sure they are pushed into the connection Jack and made a strong connection.Alternatively, disconnect the cable and make sure the connector is not bent or damaged in any way.Also check if the video cable is cut or worn out as this can also cause the LCD TV output to blur.

Devices that interfere with antennas, devices that send signals such as mobile phones and radios may also interfere with the way LCD TVs display pictures.If you notice that the wavy line on the screen causes the picture to blur, turn off or move any electronic device that is not used from the LCD TV.Also, high-Power devices that work or share the same AC outlet near an LCD TV (such as lights and power tools) can cause the screen to blur.
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