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There is no RGB connector input at the rear of your RCA tv. There is Video, Audio-L, Audio-R and S-video inputs. You won't get any response from your TV, if you connect the RGB connector to the above said audio video connections. You can connect the Blu-ray player with S-Video connector. After connecting it with specific S-Video cable to your TVs S-Video input and Blu-ray players' S-video output, assaign the input of your TV to S-Video, by going to its Menu, and sufing through it. OK.
The ProScan will accept input on input 90/91/92 using the connectors on the backside. You can use S-video[the little round black connector] or the composite video [yellow connector] for the video in and use the red / white pair for audio in. 90 selects S-video and audio 1 in 91 selects composite and audio 1 in 92 selects composite in 2 and audio 2 in Connect these cords to the S-video or composite yellow output, and the Red-right White- left audio outputs on the DVD. If you don't want to do this, get a RF modulator ~$15, and connect the yellow/red/white from the DVD output to the inputs on the modulator, and then connect the RF [cable] output of the modulator to the antenna input on the ProScan, and tune channel 3 or 4. tom
yes if the computer has the proper outputs. you need either composite. those are the yellow, red, and white. componet those are red, green, blue. video, and red and white audio. s-video. most of the tvs. with the exception of lcd and plasmas wont sync to the standard vga input on the tv.
This is possibly a problem with the low voltage power supply, or it could be a problem with the tuner. To test this out. What I need for you to do is to disconnect the cable from you cable TV set top box to the RF connector of your TV. Then I want you to connect either your composite or component video cables from the set top box to the TV and using the remote switch the input from the RF (tuner) to the composite input and note if this removes those lines. The select the component video input from the menu and note if this gets rid of those lines.
If the lines disappear for the composite and component video input test. Then the problem is in the tuner, if the lines remain then the problem is in the power supply or there is a video problem.
In either case after the test I would suggest that you have a qualified TV technician troubleshoot the TV and repair the problem. At least you will have input to tell the technician on whether the problem is in the tuner or the power supply/video section.
Is the TV connected to both the DVD and the Cable box via component inputs? I gather the cable box is a HD box? If they both show up through component try connecting them to the composite video inputs (yellow connections) and see if the problem still shows up.
To save cost on this model, as with many others they are sharing the
S-Video input circuits with the composite input circuits at the entry point. There is a kill switch incorporated with the S-Video jack in the set.
Even if you put an external switch box to the set, the composite video will not work unless the S-Video plug is pulled.
Your best solution is to get a TV set with a true multiple video input.
The other alternative is to have a sat receiver with an external input for throughput feeding.
Another alternative, but not as good quality as S-Video, is to use your sat receiver in the composite mode to the set, and have an external switch box to select one or the other.