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TV Tuning

Can you confirm that we do not need our Sky box with your TV range?

Yes this is true our TV’s do have a Built in Satellite Tuner so there is no need for a Sky box for the Freeview Channels.

The Only Model that does not have this is the L194DA - it does not have a Satellite TV Tuner


Is it true your TV will accept our Sky card allowing access to our subscription TV? 

Yes it is true our TV’s do have access to allow you to do this.

However you will need to purchase a CAM to fit inside the CI Slot - Diablo CAM

The Diablo CAM is an adapter that fits between our TV and your CARD.

Please note the L194DA does not have Satellite and will not accept SKY or Satellite TV Stations.


How does MMMI work?

Majestic has a worked in conjunction with most of the major mobile device suppliers (phones and tablets) to develop a HDMI port which allows for those mobile devices to output video and audio signal from the mobile device into the Majestic TV.

Firstly, go to the Majestic TV Model you are looking at purchasing and then click on the downloads to see the list of known compatible Android devices. If your device is not listed here there is a high chance they do not have the video output capabilities. Most Apple Phones and Tablets from 2014 have the video output capabilities provided they use the lightning connector.

The process is quite simple you need some hardware parts, HDMI Cable from the TV to where the Mobile device will be used, and an adaptor which goes between the HDMI Cable and your mobile device.

The Android Device will need the software turned on, so simply search any of the following settings – Dual Video output, Video repeater screen, Dual Display, MHL, Multi Screen or Mirror Cast. If you cannot find any of these then there is a change that model does not have the feature.

Once you have turned on the feature, simply plug the HDMI cable into the Majestic TV into the MMMI port and the other end of the HDMI Cable connect your adaptor the HDMI and to your phone. Once you have done this the system will do everything automatically. For Apple devices it is a plug and play no setting up is required.


My movies on Netflix or YouTube when streaming is poor quality, slow, fuzzy or skips when I watch it through the TV.

My movies on Netflix or YouTube when streaming is poor quality, slow, fuzzy or skips when I watch it through the TV.

This is due to one of two things.

Firstly, your data speed:

If you are using your Mobile Phone need to make sure you are in a good signal area and you have high speed download capability, if not then you will not be able to stream all the data effectively and therefore it won’t be of high quality.

You will find that when you stream through WiFi this will work best as the data should be faster in most circumstances therefore it is advisable to check this as well.

It is important to be aware the large the image (phone vs TV) the more data is required to give you the resolution. When you use the 19” vs the 22” or 32” both the 22” and 32” are full HD 1080 resolution therefore for best quality you need to make sure you have the best data speed coming through the phone or tablet for the 1080 to be functioning. Using the High Resolution also needs more data which means you may use up more of your data plan during this process.

 

Secondly, the setting on your Netflix or YouTube App:

Ensure that the setting on Video quality changed from Standard to Higher. Again the same will apply that you will not only use more data but if you are downloading the image to the phone or tablet it will take up more space as it requires this for HD Quality.

Netflix App Settings

YouTube App Settings