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Recently bought a Sony Bravia 20KDLS4000. Sony DVD player DVD-NS575P was compatible with 3 year old Sony TV but with Bravia, the DVD image is in Black and White. TV gets color fine. Thanks for your help.

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Try to set your video output settings on your dvd player . I assume you used to connect to your old tv by using svideo and now you are using another connection like component, scart or hdmi.If the video output setttings on your dvd are still on svideo you will have to set it to rgb or component or else you will get black and white images..

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