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Re: can't get my dvd player to work with my tv
If you hooked it up with the red white and yellow cables, you have to change the input with the remoye, you have to find the input betton on the remote, hit that, if the input box pops up on the screen, hit it again, keep doing that untill you see a picture, make sure the dvd player is on,
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39L1350U) and am trying to hook up the DVD player. ... My DVD player only plays in black and white ... My DVD player is an old Sony. .... Was using and S-Video connecting cable to the TV. ... suggested to use VIDEO instead of COLOR STREAM, I changed that in the TV menu, plug the red and while at the back of TV where ...
Jul 14, 2014 - I hooked up my DVD player and I have no color. ... you need to use the connections on the left side of the TV or on connections on the back. .... is turned on, which can cause this black and white image issue you're having. ... If the Player shows correctly on a different TV with the same hook up, and different ...
U might be putting them in the wrong places or the wrong channel try and go through the channels but make sure they are hooked up right cause it will mess the TV up I did it on time and had to go get me another one cause I messed the sound up Hope this helps ya
Connect a yellow RCA cable from the yellow video jack on the DVD player to the yellow video input jack on the TV. This will give you the picture. For sound, connect a white RCA cable from the white audio jack on the DVD player to the white audio input jack on the TV. This will give you sound. Use the TV remote to select the input you connected the DVD player to, just press INPUT SELECT or VIDEO or the like until you see the DVD player's output.
Power on the TV and the DVD player. Place a DVD in the disc tray of the player and press PLAY.
If your TV has only a RF coax input, then you will need to buy an RF Modulator.
This sounds like a PAL vs NTSC problem.
Check that the TV, the DVD and the Player are all of the same system. If not, some DVD players you can choose / change the output system from PAL to NTSC and vice versa.
You may also change the input system of your TV if it does support it.
Let me know if this helps.
hate to say it, but i've found tv/dvd combos to be very bad investments! the dvd units don't seem to last. if the t-v still works o.k., then get a separate dvd player/recorder, or player. hook it up to the t-v inputs, and, if it is a reliable brand (not super-cheap), it should give good service. i have an older Emerson dvd player, and it's given me good service, so far! good luck!
What input did you plug the DVD player into on the back of the tv? Check what it is called (AV = Composite i think), and switch to it using the Input button on the tv remote (not the cable box remote).
Try hooking your components up to the "AV1" and "AV2" jacks on the TV. I experienced this when hooking up my DVD and VCR (movies of my kids so kept it around). I hooked one to AV1 jacks and one to COMPONENT jacks and had the same result you're describing. Hope this helps.
If it works on DVD but not on your Dish, and when you connected it to another house it had the same problem then it sounds like your input connection is bad on the TV. That is if I am understanding this right. From what I am reading your Dish network is not showing a picture but the audio is working fine. The DVD player works fine on the TV though. Then you took the TV and hooked it to another dish system and it was the same problem. That sounds to me like you TV is having a problem, either that or the cables for your Dish network are bad. Try switching to a different input, like the one the DVD player is on and seeing if it works there. If not, then the cables are bad and you just need to replace the cables. If it does work though where the DVD was working before then your TV input is bad on that port you were hooked to before.
Let me know if you have any other questions and if this was helpful. If you need some more clarification let me know, I hope this is helpful. Good luck and have a good weekend. Get it fixed before the Super Bowl.