Question about Philips 32PT81S 32" TV
I am hooking up my ps2 to the component video on my philips 32pt81s. It is hooked up correctly, but what it says in the manual is that you need to go to an onscreen menu and change the AV1 input to CVI input, I have tried doing step by step what it says in the manual, but there is not an option to switch between the 2 inputs. Any suggestions???? I am racking my brain over this!!! I hope i have included all info needed to help, if not please ask me questions, this will be a HUGE help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Are these the scart plugs your talking about? If it states by the input its for 480i and the other one says its for the 1080i and the 480p then theres no other way to switch it as the manufacturer went cheap with the inputs by not putting in a switching slector circuit. Sorry. good luck
Posted on Aug 25, 2006
SOURCE: CVI connection
On a Philips TV the only way I know to switch to any of the inputs is by scanning using channel up or down. This model is capabable of 480P input only at the CVI/Component input. This is not a HD television. It is only a EDTV (enhanced definition) if you try and input anything iver 480P IE: 720p or 1080i, the double image and/or lines is what you will get.
Posted on May 28, 2008
normally color crt tvs have three guns such as red green and blue. when the voltage at the cathode any of these guns go to zero that color will lead in the screen.
in ur case the green cathode voltage is low. that's why the is green on all over the screen.
if it suddenly came then there is a possibility of dry soldering in the pcb behind the picture tubes neck. we called it as base board. which consist of three transistor or one ic for cotrolling cathode voltage of the guns .
if u have a soldering iron the open ur tv and try to re-solder components in the base board. mainly the component with three leg ( if transistor). if there is ic it will have more than 6 legs . if you can try to re-solder all the points. Be care-full that dot make short circuit when soldering. after care full soldering power on the tv and watch the scree. you problem Will solved.
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Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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