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Progressive scan video compent inputs what does this do?

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Dear friend,
Try this method hold "STOP" on the front of a 5sec without a disk. player change to normal mode

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Good day! Try to check the rca jack video input.Replace it with new one if defective. Also check the progressive scan features if activated. If it is activated check your TV if supported by progressive scan features, because some TV is not supported by progressive scan.You can deactivate it by turning off or activate the interlace mode.Press the open/close to open disk tray. And press the numeric keypad 1 for few seconds. Hope its help.

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While going thru the settings on the dvd part of my sanyo dvd/vcr reciever it went to progressive scan mode and now i can't get back to the setup part to turn it off, can you help me?


If your TV has component video inputs then it will work (and give you improved video quality) in progressive mode. If not try leaving it unpluged for several hours to see if it resets itself. Otherwise refer to your owners manual to see how to reset the settings.

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I have a Sanyo Cinema Progressive DVD player and the videos are playing back in black and white, rather than in color. What is the problem?


The output signal maybe set to S-video and the input connector does not have S-video capability. Change the output signal or use a HDMI cable. If the connection is via progressive cable (three leads), the colors maybe mismatched.

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I can't turn the video ouput on.


It may be a variety of things:
1. Make sure your TV is set to the right input for the cable you are using (Composite, Component, HDMI, etc.).
2. More often then not progressive scan may be set. If your TV is not compatible with progressive scan then you must try the following to turn it off:
  • Look for an external button or remote control button that turns progressive scan on or off.
  • Remove any discs from inside the DVD tray with the power on, then hold down the Stop button on the front of the DVD player for about 10 seconds to see if this will reset the system to default (i.e. no progressive scan).
  • If this does not work, you will need to contact the manufacturer for the exact reset steps for restoring to default settings.

3. Lastly, the video processor could be malfunctioning. This would mean a technical repair.
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you may need to change the settings for video out. If the video is set to Progressive scanning and P Y R (green, blue, red cables) then it won't display video using the yellow cable. turn progressive scanning off and maybe try to select S video output. that worked for me. of course u mite have to have a tv that has both yellow video input and blue green red video input to see the menu to start with.

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Check to see if your DVD player is outputing a progressive scan and turn it off if you are using the S-Video cable, it does not support progressive scanning.

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The most likely cause of this is the unit being in progressive scan mode. In progressive mode, the composite output is disabled. If you can, connect the DVD using the component output connections. If your TV does not have component input, connect the green connector to the yellow on the TV. If the unit is in porgressive scan, you will see a garbled picture on the screen. The only way to fix this is to turn off progressive scan. The manual will tell you how to do this.

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Do I have Progressive Scan on my TV?


component video is HD of sorts lower end of the scale. Your set has progressive scan..

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Are you connecting you Wii to a progressive scan TV input (2 for audio (red)(white), 3 for video (yellow)(blue)(red)?

It's possible you have the red audio and red video inputs switched.

If you have the regular AV-Cable (2 for audio (red)(white), 1 for video (yellow)), and your TV has 5 inputs (progressive), look for the 3 inputs (2 for audio (red)(white), 1 for video (yellow). If it doesn't, connect it to a VCR and run the Wii through the VCR input.

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Remove any discs from the unit. Make sure your tv is on the blue screen. It should say "Progressive Scan Mode"....After removing the disc(s) from the disc changer, close the changer, press and hold the stop button on the unit, not the remote, for 5 seconds or more and it will reset to normal playing mode. Progressive Scan is typically only for TVs that use Progressive Scan....most normal TVs do not use progressive scan mode. Hope this helps...It worked for me!!!!

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