Wonderful Blue Crystal

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Why is my new lcd flat panel tv fuzzy no matter what I do?

I just purchased a new samsung lcd tv, and the picture is fuzzy even when using a dvd player. I have tried composite, component, s, and hdmi connections. I have also tried to hook up a playstation 3 using an hdmi connection, and according to the salesperson, the picture should be crystal clear with the ps3′s blue ray technology. I am an aircraft mechanic and an engineering student, so I have no trouble rigging up electronics. The Picture is just absolutely crappy with zero change regardless of the connection that I use. The tv is also supposed to have an atsc tuner built in. Is it at all possible that the picture is so lousy beacause the tv is a 720p? Once again, I was told by the salespeople that 720 is still high def, and the picture should be wonderful. Any insight you could offer me would be great! The tv model # from samsung is LN-S4041D. Any help you all can offer would be greatly appreciated. If you need to go intogreta detail about what is wrong, I will post my email.

Hi, I’m not sure how much help I can be but my father in law had the exact same problem. He tried adjusting everything and even had a person from the company on the phone to walk him through what he needed to do. Finally, he got fed up and just brought the TV back and exchanged it for a new one and this one is perfect. It turned out the TV was just damaged and that there was nothing that could fix it. Not sure if that is the same problem you are having but you might want to try a new TV to be sure it isn’t just a damaged television. Good luck!

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