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More than likely when children are around. It could be that they have changed the colour settings, perhaps it is now in NTSC when you have a PAL set?
If you can't find anything on the menu use the restore factory settings option. I should warn you if you have changed the settings to play multi-region and it wasn't before, this will return it to the correct region code. But as long as you know how to reset it back to multi-region you can do this.
if you having this problem when playing music, this is perfectly normal 'cos music only gets played through 2 speakers (2.0 audio format)..if this happens when playing a movie, you have to check if the movie (through the disc menu) is in 5.1 audio format which is surround sound through all the speakers..
The best connection the kawasaki dvd has is a Component connection. This connection separates the Red, Green and Blue colour signals. Your HD TV should have a component input, just look for Red, Green and Blue RCA inputs labelled "Pr", "Pb", and "Y". You don't need the red, green, and blue colored RCA's specifically for this type of connection. The colors are there to help make it easier to connect. You can use any coloured RCA as long as you have the Pr on the DVD connected to the Pr on the TV and likewise for the other two connections. In addition to these connections you will need two more RCA's (Red and White) for the audio signal. You will need to connect the audio output of the DVD, to the audio input corresponding to the same Component Video input you are using for Video. This should be fairly self explanatory when looking at the DVD's and TV's connections at the back.
are you using component video cables (red,green,blue) or composite (yellow,red,white)
most of the time if the blue or red cables from the component area seated firmly they cause the picture to be in black and white.
the problem will be due to the dvd player and if u have an RF out for the player do connect it to the tv and also check the video cable to the tv the color mixing in the dvd player had been in problem due to the absebce of red colour it can only be checked by a technician
Are you getting this on all video outputs from the DVD? the yellow analog out + the red/blue/green + the S video?
Did you try connecting a different source? a digital cable TV tuner, or another DVD player?
sometimes DVD players get screwed on some outputs, while the rest stay fine. I have a DVD that has an analog video out that shows an only black and white picture, while the red/blue/green works fine.