I have a KV32 FS-100 and I can't get my video, dvd player, ps2 or ps3 to show on the screen. It used to work and then it totally went out. I tried diffenrent machine, different cable, different input: video1, video 2 etc.. With no sucess. The TV mode is still working fine but no other input will work. Someone told me about a way to skip video input but even with the manual I could not find the place to tweak this option. I also tried a reset using the remote. That TV is 5 years old but been rarely used (it was my PS2 tv - 10 hours a week max.) Au secours!!!
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It could be as simple as your video cable going bad. Check to make sure the wire is in good shape and that the contacts and connections are secure.
I would say try using it with an HDMI cable (if possible) and see if the problem persists. You can also try and hook up another device (DVD player, camera, PS2, etc) to the TV input you are using now and see if it is the TV that is giving you trouble.
Step 1. Turn the PS3 off into standby (red light on)
Step 2. Press and hold the power button. It will beep as soon as you press it and then about 5 seconds later it will beep again. Let go of the power button when you hear this second beep.
Step 3. Wait for your PS3 to start.
This solution basically resets the video output back to standard definition. If this does not owrk then it is probably down to a faulty Graphics Processing Unit on the motherboard which is unfortunately terminal. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa
If it works on other televisions, than the video cord must be good. Is the television on the right input channel? If it is, the video input may be bad. You should test the video input with a dvd player or vcr. You can always plug ps3 into a vcr, and vcr up to televison.
Actually if you do have a ps2 you don`t really need a Dvd upconverter because Ps3 is a full Dvd player +blu Ray Hi Definition.I suggest to take the dvd out and just use the ps3 as a Dvd player
it sounds like there is a problem with either the output on the PS3 or the input on the circuit board of the TV. I would try a reset on the PS3 first. Also make sure that there are no other video or audio cords plugged into the PS3 because this will cause the PS3 not to send the signal via the HDMI.
This is a bit confusing. You cannot hook a CD/DVD player up to the PS2 console. If your trying to figure how to hook a PS2 console and a CD /DVD player up to a AV system. you need to hook the PS2 Yellow, White and Red cables to any input. Not just a DVD or CD input. Yellow is Video you need that. Hook the red and white to the same selected input.
Hello I have the D1 and it can not play DVD's in the DVD Rom slot. It is only for use with the DVD Navigation Discs. To watch DVD's on the AVIC-D1 you need to get the Pioneer DVD Player or DVD Changer and connect it through the IP Bus and AV Bus to control it from the head unit. The other way to watch DVD's on the D1 is to buy any automotive DVD Player, for example Boss, Lanzar, etc. or use a PS2, PS3, or any other Video Game System that plays DVD's and connect it through the RCA AV Video and Audio inputs. I believe that the AVIC-D3 has the ability to play DVD's from the unit. It can also can play DVIX DVD's. Hope this helps.
i have the same problem with the RZ-4900AV,
it manifests itself when any video application runs through either the optical or coaxial input.
in my case it's definitely not the optical cable itself, which works fine on another receiver.
optical or coaxial input of audio CD's is fine, but a DVD video on the same DVD player gives the high pitched whine. the same with the PS2 on the optical input, audio CD in the PS2 no problem, PS2 game or DVD video gives the whine...
i think, unfortunately, it's a crap receiver...
and i solved the problem by buying a RZ-6900AV, which works perfectly in exactly the same environment.