Question about Panasonic DVD-F87 Multi-disc DVD Player
When I put the dvd in the picture just goes up and down. It doesn't stop so I can view the movie
Posted by Anonymous on
The picture rolling is simply because the PAL decoder can't lock up to the 60Hz vertical sync pulses, even if your DVD player is set to NTSC-PAL conversion and there is no vertical hold adjustment (either external or internal) on this model set to achieve this. There is a possible alternative only if your DVD player has RGB output (not component). The JVC for example has direct RGB drive capability via the SCART input on the back panel. If you get a suitable lead you could try getting a picture this way as it bypasses the decoding and sync sep circuits in the PAL decoder chip.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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