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You need a set of normal rca cables (red.yellow,white) and another single rca cable.. OPTION 1 :If you have a digital satellite receiver, Connect the 3 colour cables to the corresponding colour jacks on VIDEO 2 of your dvd player to corresponding colour jacks on the VIDEO OUT Of your digital satellite receiver...Connect the single stand alone rca cable to MONITOR OUT on your player to the VIDEO IN input of your tv..
OPTION 2 STRAIGHT TO TV: connect the 3 colour cables directly to the corresponding colour jacks on the SIDE of the tv...Connect the single stand alone rca cable to MONITOR OUT on your player to the VIDEO IN input of your tv..
OPTION 3 IF YOUR PLAYER HAS AN OPTICAL INPUT: if this is the case you can just connect a single optical cable to the optical ports on your player and tv and this will enable the sound from your tv to play through your dvd player as well
Hello, Sounds like an LVDS Cable or T-con Board. Usually this will slowly get worse until it is repaired. It is caused by a failing T-con (Control) Board or connecting cable. T-Con Will Need replacement. This picture show's more extreme T-con board failures
You will need to connect all the cables for component to get a colour image. The component cable has 3 connectors all for video. If you have connected only one cable for video then you will not get colour information. Component needs all 3 to get colour and luminence information. You can use a regular composite cable but you have make sure you match up the colour codes on both sides i.e to TV and to the source. The other two Red and White a separate cable is for Audio.
Was playing around with the TV's menu and changed the Tuning Band from "HRC cable" to "IRC cable". Suddenly I have colour again. No one had adjusted any of the controls, so still not sure why one day it was fine and the next day it had gone to black and white, but changing the Tuning Band fixed the colour problem for me.
It sounds like the cable is faulty. I presume it is a VGA cable as these are prone to wires breaking inside and colours going missing. Try bending the cable around a bit esp. near the connectors and see if the colour flashes on and off as you do this. If so you might be able to temporarily fix it if you can find a position for the cable where the colours are all working and tape the cable in this position. It might also mean than a pin is missing in one of the connectors.
Either way, I reckon you are going to need a new cable.