The best way to connect a fujitsu PDS4233 42" plasma display screen without HD built in to a AWA DP602 5.1 DVD player .
What cables do I need and what coniguration is best i.e. what ports do I plug the cables in on both . I can not get the channels to come up but can watch DVD's. I have tried changing the plugs around but can't seem to get the two units co ordinated. please help it is rustrating me to the max
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Sat/calbe coax from wall into box. hdmi(best) or component out from box to tv. change all settings (box and tv) to hdmi or not hdmi then select the correct input same with dvd hdmi again best cable no need for audio cables as well
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Extremely blue color temperature that
cannot be adjusted; some false-contouring artifacts in dark scenes; no
picture-in-picture; limited connectivity with just one DVI and no HDMI
inputs. If use as a TV monitor: The number of colors you can display is controlled by the video card
installed in your computer. In order to display more than 16 colors,
the proper video card driver must be installed. Contact your computer
or video card manufacturer to obtain the latest driver from them. If you are watching standard-definition or Cable/RF signal on an HDTV,
the picture may appear to be of poor quality. This is because the TV is
designed for viewing HD or at least digital content. Your best bet would
be to upgrade to a Dish Network HD receiver and connect it to the TV
with an HDMI cable. Similarly inputting analog signal to TV from your
DVD player will not appear to be of great quality. A newer DVD player
would most likely have component video output which would look much
better. To get even greater quality, an upconverting DVD player
connected with an HDMI cable would look the best. You could also upgrade
to a Blu-ray disc player, which is capable of playing HD Blu-ray discs
as well as DVD's at higher resolution. A less expensive choice could
also be a streaming media box.
Hierarchy of inputs for good picture quality:
The unit was being manufactured in the early to mid 2000's but I believe is not out of production. It is NOT an HDV. Here are the specs for the TV.
Compact Flash Card
without Digital Tuner
DVD Player / Recorder
Multi Channel Receiver
Multi Channel Receiver Type
Common Interface Slot
Screen Size in cm
Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
Screen Size in Inches
Secure Digital Card
Energy Savings Trust Feature
Smart Media Card
Type of Monitor
Plasma Display, Plasma
Horizontal Resolution in Pixel
Vertical Resolution in Pixel
Brightness in Candela/m²
without Full HD (1080p)
without Digital Tuner
Not HD Ready
without LED Backlight
Energy Saving Trust Feature
NO WEB CONTENT ACCESS
It appears that your TV set is 2 channel stereo, so as there is no surround signal coded into the TV audio channels, thesurround sound does not process it.
I've posted a PDF in 'manuals' which you can check out.
Did this info help at all?
IF YOU HAVE CONNECTED THE DVD PLAYER VIA COMPOSITE, COMPONENT, OR HDMI CABLES YOU WILL NEED TO USE THE REMOTE FOR THE TV AND PRESS THE SOURCE OR INPUT BUTTON TO CYCLE THROUGH THE INPUTS UNTIL YOU FIND THE ONE THAT YOU CONNECTED THE DVD TO. IF YOUR REMOTE DOES NOT HAVE THESE BUTTONS YOU CAN GO INTO THE MENU SCREEN OF THE TV AND PERFORM THE SAME THING USING THE MENU CHOICES.
HOPE THIS HELPS YOU. IF MORE ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED POST A COMMENT TO THIS SOLUTION AND I WILL TRY AGAIN.
there are 2 types of flicker, one is the lamps that drive the display and the second is the sync signal of the video. I assume the video sync is the flicker you see, I would try connecting a different way to make sure it is not the tv, connect using the aux /rca connectors to cable box. and or connect using the cable direct bypassing the cable box. I have seen several complaints about the hdmi cable signal being incorrect in some way, this is the same issue that the svideo connector had in its early adoption signal was too hot or too low. another thing to watch out for is the low light sensor on the front of tv if it gets an incorrect reading it can flicker the back light though it should be slow in doing so. some times the flicker you see is not flicker but ac running through the sides of the picture from an ungrounded cable source. how does it perform if you play a dvd player , with and without the cable box connected.
So, does it always say 'No Signal' or does it come up when you get it connected? If they are off when you are connecting them, that sounds okay; you'd get a signal when you turned the DVD player on (and told the TV to pay attention there.)
You might need to get an upconverting DVD or SVHS machine (since those are not normally HD) to get the TV to tolerate the signal, but the TV menus might let you activate that too. Why not look up the HD Plasma TV manual online according to the model number? If it turns out to be a monitor rather than a TV; of course, that is why it would not display those signals...you would need a separate tuner or signal selector box for that.
What's that bumpersticker abbreviation... ROFLMAORTFMYGDSOB? Good luck checking those out, since you get to decide which box renders the SD signal into HD....
there is no cable slot. the monitor is not a receiver. it has no tuner in it. it will need a signal from a tuner box. and that must be fed to the tv with an hdmi cable or a dvid cable for hd to work. see your manual for further information on cables. see your cable supplier for information on hd boxes available in your area. if you do not buy hd service, you will not get an hd signal. so you will see little difference from a non hd device. your dvd player may have hd capabilities, but will also need the same cable to deliver true hd signal. the good news is that its fixable by using the right equipment. good luck mark