Every Sony HDTV has multiple high-definition multimedia interfaces, or HDMI ports, installed in its hardware. The purpose of these ports is to allow the user to connect compliant high-definition audio and video devices, such as a display controller, directly to the television. If you’re unable to connect devices, you may need to reset the HDMI port’s entire connection. To learn how to reset the HDMI port on a Sony television, follow the steps below.
For nearly a century, televisions have populated most American homes. Since the invention of the first electronic television in 1927, a lot has changed regarding the design of this influential electronic device. The progression of televisions has occurred so quickly that each decade since its creation has brought substantial new developments that have revolutionized the TV viewing experience. To learn more about how the television has evolved throughout the years, continue reading.
As with any electronic device, making repairs to a television can be dangerous. As such, it’s important to follow these TV repair safety tips.
Clouding is a common problem for LED screens—especially when they use fluorescent backlighting. Clouding refers to uneven backlight which is caused by light bleeding into the visible part of a screen.