Question about Dual XDVD270 Car DVD Player
I have a Dual XDVD270 which has a the DVD player module and then a second monitor. The player module plays sound and outputs both sound and video to the second monitor just fine. However, the player module screen is just grey/white. The screen turns on and gets power, but the color picture is not there. Obviously since the second monitor is receiving the sound and video signals the problem is between the DVD device and its own screen. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The revised cord is simply a ground wire just splice it to you ground wire and you can have the video playing while you are driving try not to watch it while your driving though
it is a yellow and blue cord i have this Sterio and soled the problem the same way i discribed if you want to be able to turn the screen off for any reason you can hook up a switch in the yellow and blue wire then run it to the ground wire
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
You can connect the PS2 Video out (composite video out) to any of the 2 monitors video connector and the audio at the audio connector, remember to select A/V ext (External Audio and video) both video and audio uses 3,5mm jacks, if it does not work you might need to try to draw out the jacks a little, the connectors are of poor quality so be carefull.
You also might want to check if the right system is selected PAL/NTSC, check the format from your PS2 and set the monitor to accept the same signal type, then it should work fine.
The only thing I am not sure how you do is to get the composite video out of the PS2 but study the manual or google and you will find it I guess, but my guess is that you allready have that part covered.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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