Is Olevia still in business?

Is Olevia still in business? 

The Olevia brand was the property of Syntax-Brillian. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy yesterday and will close down everything except for its digital camera brand, Vivitar, which it’ll sell. There are only eight remaining employees.

Who makes Olevia? 

Syntax-Brillian
The market has gotten strikingly cutthroat over the past few years, and one of the reasons is Syntax-Brillian, the plucky little company behind the Olevia brand, which continues to cause headaches for household names such as Sony and Sharp.

How do I set up my Olevia TV? 

Plug an HDMI cable into the “HDMI Out” port on the device from which you want to send the HD audio/video signal. Connect the other end of the HDMI cable to the “HDMI In” port on the Olevia TV. Power on the TV, push “Input,” on the TV or remote, and then select “HDMI” to view the content.

Where is Olevia TV made? 

Syntax-Brillian had been making its Olevia sets in Taiwan, where its printed circuit boards and plastics for the TVs are also made. The assembled sets, with screens ranging from 23 to 42 inches, are then packaged and sent on container ships to Southern California’s Port of Long Beach.

Is Olevia still in business? – Related Questions

Is Olevia TV a Smart TV?

Olevia 32-Inch 1080p Smart LED TV.

What kind of TV is Olevia?

Olevia – 42″ 1080p Flat-Panel LCD HDTV.

How do I scan channels on my Olevia TV?

How to Program the Channels on a Olevia TV
  1. Press the “Function” button your Olevia remote and scroll down the “PROG.” Select the “Scan” option under the “Channels” section.
  2. Choose the source of your channels, such as air, cable or satellite.
  3. Wait for your TV to scan through the available channels.

How do I fix the sound on my Olevia TV?

Locate the audio connection cables of the device you are trying to watch, and unplug them. If you cannot hear any audio on a VCR connected via RCA cables, for instance, unplug the red and white RCA audio cables, check them for damage, and plug them back in. Again, check to see if any audio is restored.