Question about Video Game Consoles
We hooked up a Philips System ConnexHD (SGP9009/27)to our Wii and PS2, to a new Element LCD TV and cannot get it to work correctly. Both games will only show up in black and white on the screen. HELP!
SOURCE: New system - no color on screen
the cable colors have to match the tv ones if you have different colors on cables then look for the label on the cables saying video or audio (red)=audio (white)=other audio (yellow)=video EXAMPLE if the cable colors are different than the tv then if the label on the cables say video and the color is blue etc. then you have to put it on the yellow putin on the tv no matter the color. If it dosent work then try holding the cables in many angles try pulling them or anything unlit they work get something to hold them up if that dosent work then i think you should buy new cables. DGKME@yahoo.com for more questions
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
SOURCE: ps2 hookup to lcd tv
I suggest you buy the commponent cable (gold plated) itz better or should i say superior than the AV cable ,you will get the better color ,picture etc.And dont forget to hold "TRIANGLE" & "X" button while the game iz booting (thiz to know if the game support progessive scan or not)..not all PS2 game support progressive scan ,so you may find a few problem like the pixel not smooth ,i guess maybe this PS2 weakness when you play it with LCD .
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
SOURCE: i connected the Wii console
If your using the component conections (red, blue, green/red, white) to connect you wii console to your lcd then check your connection making sure the red and blue is connected properly within the right inputs, red in red and blue in blue. The red connection next to the white is considered to be the right audio connection rather than the pr connection. If your using you AV or composite (red, white and yellow) cables that comes in the box make sure you connect horizontally and not vertically in its correct input.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Try plugging it into another scart socket, this sometimes happens when a tv does not support 60hz. the result is a screen that has no colour. You could try just plugging it onto the seperate av inputs. Most tv's these days have one scart that will work ok and in colour.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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