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It sounds like you have a standard problem. Is the TV you are using, that gives the black and white picture, the same as the other ie, both NTSC or PAL and both on RGB or Y-C or S-Video? Check to see what is required and set the DVD player accordingly. Hope that helps.
Great question! First think to know is that if you are getting your programing from a cable or satellite provider a digital converter box would not be needed. These services are not being required to change their signals. If you use rabbit ears or an antenna a digital converter maybe required.
Looking at the specifications of your televisions they all appear to have analog tuners which would need digital converters to receive the new digital broadcasts.
Thankfully the FCC does have a program in place to offer coupons to assist in purchasing the new converter boxes.
I have a Smart Series 32" Phillips-Magnovox TV I bought april '99. Around July 4 weekend 2008 it decided it just does not want to come on any more! Was working just fine before that...I can not find my manual. Any suggestions?