The DVD is in progressive scan mode and I don't know how to get bake to normal play.
The kids some how got my Daewoo DVC3000 dvd vcr combo into progressive scan mode and I don't know how to get it back to normal play. the vcr works and you can hear the dvd but no picture, the screen has progressive scan mode written across it
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If you are using coax cable check to make sure that the TV is on the proper channel that the DVD/VCR is switched to i.e. 3 or 4.
If you are using Componant video (red, green, blue, and red, white) verify that the green is plugged in all the way on both the TV and DVD/VCR and try connecting it to a different Componant input on the TV.
Note: the TV may be YCbCr, and DVD/VCR YPbPr or vice versa these two types usually are not compatible with each other. YCbCr is a digital signal and YPbPr is an analog signal.
If you are using A/V video cables or (yellow, red, white) check the DVD/VCR video setting to see if it is in progressive scan mode, as this can cause a problem with some TV sets that are not compatible.
sr you can disconect hdmi cable and use a litle speaker and check for audio in rca cables output , when you put your vcr play you can have audio in rca red cable and rca white cable i think when you put hdmi your loose in rca the audio , remember in hdmi you have audio and video , if you dont have audio in vcr the audio head are bad thias is used only in vcr mode. good luck
It is probably not your VCR. If it is only the Seinfeld DVD's then the format that the production company wrote on those few episodes are incompatible with your vcr. I know I'm not solving your problem much, but don't go waste money on a brand new Vcr when not needed.
Hi dennis176, Unfortunately, I am not aware of this kind of setup.This kind of solution would not be very efficient.For this to work there would need to be an insert to the VCR (similar to that which is used in a cassette player to convert CD audio) attached to a DVD player.Because you would require a device to play the DVD and send the video/audio to the insert (if it existed) it would actually be more efficient to simply connect the DVD player to the television. The reason inserts exist for cassette players is primarily that it prevents replacement of an entire car stereo system.This is not the case with a VCR.You may consider purchasing a DVD/VCR combo if you wish to maintain the ability to play VHS tapes.If you own a TV/VCR combo, your least expensive option would likely be to purchase a separate DVD player. Thank you, Jason, Go Ahead.Use Us.
it could be the tape has dirt on it and it tranfers to the head of your vcr. take it apart and play a vhs take q-tip and hold it on the head, dont push to hard use alcohol and the vid should start to clear up just dont use alot of alcohol or get it to wet