I just wanted to update this thread with my results for anyone facing a similar problem in the future.
The first thing to notes is that I was contending with two issues;
The first being that my power supply was insufficient and that it was causing my HDMI signal to drop.
The second issue was that due to a faulty micro-SD card and was causing very slow performance.
Therefore and with that being said, here are my findings and observations associated with those two issues;
When I use the power supply sent by the manufacturer(12 watt generic), the Pi works with a smaller screen such as a 17" LCD, though it would not work with a larger TV or LCD monitors such as 24" or 32" computer screen.
However, using the very same screens and setup, the official Pi 3 Watt power supply will power all of the screens without issue.
I have tested this thoroughly, and so if anyone is having screen signal output issues, I'd recommend considering the power supply first and foremost.
I would also add, that there were no power signal issues displayed on the UI at any time when testing the HDMI signal on different screens.
- hope this helps
Last edited by Smalltimer
on Thu Sep 05, 2019 3:40 pm, edited 1 time in total.