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Picture HT-X50 my HT-X50 only shows in black and white. Please help me to watch DVDs in color. (new problem) Purchased in December '07.

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  • selsie30 Oct 26, 2008

    I was recently watching DVDs in color. My TV very is capable. I do watch TV in color, however, since recently, the home theatre system shows in black and white only. I have tried to reset the system to its original state per the trouble shooting tips. It has not worked. Thanks for trying.

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Hi,
This problem to the system e.g; ( PAL,SECAM,NTSC....etc)
First check that you tv should be multi-system (not too old model) if it has supported system then turn on the required system manually.
Secondly Check the settings of your Home theater system and change the system accordingly.

Thanks.

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