Question about Televison & Video
The s video is only for video, you must also have a red and white rca cable connected also
Posted on Mar 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Component Video Problem
The problem is not with your tv it's with your dvd player. You have to go into the setup on the dvd player and change your output setting to component.
Posted on Feb 05, 2007
SOURCE: Might not be my exact TV
If you have No Channels at all, try your TV from a known good cable feed, (upstairs) or try using a VCR to check the TV's function If it works upstairs, try entering the Menu, and make sure Cable is selected, it sounds like it may be on the TV or Antenae setting. This setting is usually in the Channel Select or similar menu. Change it to Cable and it may help.
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
Since the antenna is on the roof the signal has further to travel to get to the downstairs antenna and as a result the signal is weaker. Install a device on the antenna line before the first TV called a signal booster. This unit plugs into the wall and gets connected to the antenna wire too. It will improve the signal for both televisions.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Somewhere along the line from the aerial there must be a signal splitter that feeds the upstair and downstair terminals.
Try to find that splitter and switch the output to see if the problem goes from up to downstair.
If it does switch then you know the problem is with the splitter block, and if it stays the same then the problem is with the cable and/or the connectors that run downstairs.
Also the reason you get a pixellated(snowy) picture is because of signal loss during the length of the cable you ran downstair.
If running a cable downstair becomes the best option to fix your problem , then you could buy a cheap 10db signal booster/r.f amplifier to correct the signal loss and a cable splitter to feed both tv`s
That booster would be installed upstair in your case(near the source of the signal to be amplified).
I could send you a small diagram if need be. Hope this will help and Merry Chrismas
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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