I have a slight problem with my tv , as i have just brought this tv todAY, i have connected the DVD player to the jvc tv with scart leas into the back. but my tv has E2 in the top of the scrren and i cantt seem to be able make make it disapear.
Any advise on this would be greatly appreciated .
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If the TV has the red, white and yellow sockets on it you can use an adapter. It's a scart plug on one end (for the DVD player) and 3 little round sockets on the other, usually red, white and yellow, sometimes red, black and yellow, like this:Amazon. Then you need an audio/video lead with red, white and yellow plugs on both ends like this:Amazon
To watch a DVD your player needs to be connected to the TV using a scart or RCA connectors (red, yellow and white) depending on the type of connections available to you. The easiest way to connect the DVD player to a television is via
Audio/Video connections that are usually supplied with it. Next plug in your DVD player and power it up.
Next use your remote to select AV 1, 2 or 3 or HDMI - depending on the input you used at the back of your TV. Insert DVD and play! For example, if the DVD player is connected to the SCART socket labeled Av1, then you need to select Av1 with the remote.
The use of your DVD player is not dependant on the dish receiver - it works on a serarate input direct to the TV. Connecting your DVD player in this manner direct to your TV will not affect your cable or antenna
connection to your television.
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Do you have an S Video cable connection on the DVD player? I'd try that If you have one or component (red green blue) cable or even the composite (yellow) connection. The SCART connection on the input PCB of the tv could be damaged. The cost of this board may be pricey so if you can use the other type of connections with the DVD player I'd recommend that or get a DVD player that has one of those. Your model does not have HDMI so those are your only other options. Hope this helped
I have just been given one of these, it not a TV, it is a monitor, and so does not have a TV tuner or a scart (it was made for professional use).
You need to plug it in to a DVD player/Freeview/Sky box using alternative means to a scart lead. You can do this by using a scart to 3 BNC lead and plugging this in where it says 'Component/RGB B'. This carries the picture, but not the sound. To get the sound you will need to plug a twin phono lead into the red and white audio plugs.
Alternatively, you can use the 'Video in' yellow socket to connect to connect to a DVD etc. The guy did this in Maplin's and it seemed to work.
JVC professional were really helpful on the phone, ask for their technical department, they can also email you the manual.
Sounds to me like you need to change your input feed oin the settings menu of you TV to HDMI. If it doesn't work then you can either return the DVD player because using an HD DVD with a non HD capable TV is pointless, or you can upgrade to an HD TV.
Have you tried to hook up your DVD player directly to the surround sound system? If you direct the sound through the TV, it has to pass several circuits and the quality will be lover. Just connect it right away to your sound system. :-)