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Picture scrambled when hooking a wii to a 46pp93 av4 with component cables

I bought component cables to hook my WII up top the AV4 input on my 46 in Phillips rear projection tv. The audio comes through but the picture is scrambled. I used to hook it up with the regular cables to my AV3 input, but now that input does not appear on the selections any longer, so I thoguth I would try the AV4. Is there some setting change I need to make to get teh pictuer to come in correctly?

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  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2008

    any help?

  • statphd Dec 24, 2008

    I have a Philips 60PP9202 60 in. Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television. I have also been using the AV 3 for my ps3, but I decided recently that I wanted to use the AV 4, so I went out and bought a PlayStation 3 Component AV Cable. Now my picture scrambled when hooking up the ps3 to a 60pp9202 av4 with component cables. Help please!!!!!

  • im_trudy Dec 25, 2008

    get sound with a distorted picture on AV/4 on my 60pp9202 its marked for HD input my PS3 has HD capability please help

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SOURCE: scrambled picture when cable box is hooked to hdtv plugs on philips 60 inch rear projection tv

I have had this problem in the past with Comcast. You need to go into the Power off menu (hit menu with the power off on the cable box) change the resolution to 1080I. Good luck.

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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SOURCE: Inputs for HD on tv

Do you have the composite cables(red, blue, green) hooked up too the back?

Posted on Jan 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Problem with AV 4 input only.

Check to make sure your settings on your PS3 are set to the RED BLUE GREEN (component) input.

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SOURCE: connecting hd cable box to philips 60 rear projection

So, You have Five cable leads, The rgb get plugged into there corresponding colors and the other two are your Red and White Audio Input ------Correct? You do not use the in4, that is for a pc with horiz and vert sync. You use input 1 rgb and plug the red and white into the audio input.....your done!

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Wii in black and white


Picture Is Black and White or Does Not Appear Situation:
  • The console powers on and shows a black and white image on the television screen
  • The console powers on and there is no image on the television


What to do:
  • Determine whether the Standard AV Cables (packaged with the system) or the Component Cables (sold separately) are being used.

  • AV Cables

    • Ensure the yellow, red, and white cables are connected to the correct corresponding inputs on the TV. (How To)

    • Try another set of inputs on the TV, or hooking the Wii console up to another TV.

    • If the TV does not have the yellow, red and white inputs, it will most likely have component inputs which allow standard AV cable use. Try these AV hookup steps. (How To)

  • Component Cables

    • Ensure the red, blue and green video cables are connected to the correct corresponding inputs on the TV. (How To)

    • Try another set of inputs on the TV, or hooking the Wii console up to another TV.


Still Not Resolved:
  • If the television is continues to show a black and white image when powering on the Wii console, then the problem is likely with the system and it will need to be repaired. Please call 1-800-255-3700 so that we may assist you further.

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AV4 input


To get your over the air signals, you would of course hook up the outside antenna cable to the back of the TV set, as per the owners manual. Then go to channel search in the set up menu as per the owners manual, then do a guide plus set up and follow the directions word for word in the owners manual. It is just way to long to explain here. In case you do not have the owners manual, you can get one from here http://www.p4c.philips.com/na4/3/34pw981599/34pw981599_dfu_aen.pdf Good Luck

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My (Cable Service) wire feed is directly behind my HDTV and hooked up over my fireplace . The Rxv667 is located on a side wall book shelf. I have A HDMI wire running to the TV from my receiver. Do I need...


Is there a set top cable box, or are you feeding the cable directly to your HDTV (coax directly to the TV). If you are feeding cable directly to the HDTV then you don't need HDMI. There maybe exceptions, but most TV's don't have HDMI output. The only thing you need to run from your TV to the Yamaha is an audio cable. I assume your HDTV has an optical audio out (either TOS or coax.... Your Yamaha will accept either). Connect the optical audio cable to the AV4 input on the Yamaha. This way when you hit the TV scene button on the Yamaha remote, it will select the AV4 audio input (the default for the TV scene). The optical cable will feed the full audio signal, so that the Yamaha can pass through the surround sound or use the decoder as appropriate to feed your 7.1 or 5.1 speaker system.
If you have a set top box, you may be better off moving that near the Yamaha. In this case, cable goes to settop box, output of set top box via HDMI or component video (RGB) and optical audio to the Yamaha (if you use HDMI Input 2, and AV4 for the optical audio (if necessary), the TV Scene will select the appropriate inputs) and then an HDMI to your HDTV.
In case one, you may need to setup the TV to process the audio appropriately. I have experience with Panasonic Plasma but thats about it.

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I hooked the Wii up to a different tv than I had it on before. Now, it is in black and white and there is no sound. I am able to go into a game. What can be wrong?


I am guessing that you mistakenly plugged your Wii console cables into a component input section, rather than the normal AV or AV2 input. You can easily tell this by finding out which input station you have to select with your TV remote. If it is component 1 or 2 then your problem you plugged the cords into the wrong section. If you notice in the picture that the component are red, green, and blue, and the AV are red, white, and yellow. The Wii hook up cable is made for the Red, White, and Yellow. Just use a flash light and make sure you are plugging them into the right spot.bagdad319.jpg

Feb 01, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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How do i hook up the ps2 and wii


Assuming you have your cable or satellite hooked up to a component in, you can hook up either the Wii or PS2 to the other component input. The other will have to hooked up to the S-video input or composite. (Personally, I'd hook up the PS2 to a component in and the Wii to S-video as the Wii is only a standard definition game platform anyway.) Good luck.

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I have a samsung led tv and am trying to hook up a wii. The tv does not have component video - only hdmi and usb. How do I hook this up?


I've never heard of a TV not having component cables (the 5 plug cables: red, blue and green video cables, red and white audio cables). I've seen some newer ones without composite (3 cables: yellow video, red and white audio), but never component.

I find is hard to believe it has no component. I looked at some Samsung LED tv's this weekend, and although they lacked composite, they had component. Are you sure you mean component?

The Wii only comes with composite video cables, so you'll need to buy a component video cable for the Wii to hook it up if your TV has no composite inputs.

Component Cables for the Wii

TV's have inputs on the side and rear. If the TV truly has HDMI, USB and nothing else (which I find hard to believe), then you'll need a cheap home theather 5.1 receiver. Ifyou get a cheap one with HDMI out, it should have a few composite inputs on the backside. A cheap sony one can be had for sub $200. If you hook the Wii into the receiver via composite, and the receiver into the TV via HDMI, it will allow you to hook up and play the Wii (and it may upconvert it too, depending on the receiver).


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Problem with AV 4 input only.


Check to make sure your settings on your PS3 are set to the RED BLUE GREEN (component) input.

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Adding a hd set top box to 55pp8620


hdmi id the best way to go
see if it is high defition input "HDMI" or s-video or av hook ups are not high def

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Inputs for HD on tv


Do you have the composite cables(red, blue, green) hooked up too the back?

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