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  • dsmallman Jan 11, 2009

    incorrect video signal alpine dha 5680p

  • dsmallman Jan 11, 2009

    In car Alpine DHA 5680P. When I turn the system i on the rear screens display the Alpine logo then it displays the following 'Video signal system is not correct'

  • dsmallman Jan 11, 2009

    In car Alpine DHA 5680P. When I turn the system i on the rear screens display the Alpine logo then it displays the following 'Video signal system is not correct'

  • dsmallman Jan 11, 2009

    In car Alpine DHA 5680P. When I turn the system i on the rear screens display the Alpine logo then it displays the following 'Video signal system is not correct'

    This was already installed when I bought the car (Range Rover) 3 years ago but has just stopped working and displaying the message above

  • dsmallman Jan 11, 2009

    In car Alpine DHA 5680P. When I turn the system i on the rear screens display the Alpine logo then it displays the following 'Video signal system is not correct'

    This was already installed when I bought the car (Range Rover) 3 years ago but has just stopped working and displaying the message above

  • dsmallman Jan 15, 2009

    In car Alpine DHA 5680P. When I turn the system i on the rear screens display the Alpine logo then it displays the following 'Video signal system is not correct'

    This was already installed when I bought the car (Range Rover) 3 years ago but has just stopped working and displaying the message above. No cables have been touched or altered

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Call ALPINE car audio Tech Support.... 1-800-ALPINE1

They will be able to talk you through everything you need to do.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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    Josh Crager Jan 16, 2009

    You can get alpines technical support line direct at 1-800-832-4101

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Are you using s-video or composite cables? and if you have both can you check to make sure you get the same error with each one and post the results.

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Simply dry another DVD.
NTSC disc is loaded. Your player requires PAL Region DVDs.
Nothing is wrong with the unit.

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Hi

What type of cable are you using when you connect it to your tv? whats the error message that you are getting? try pressing av/video on your tv's remote

keep us posted

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I'm guessing this is a new install? Or has it been installed and working?

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    Randy Dix Jan 11, 2009

    Ok, well cables rarely just go bad as has been suggested. If it was a new install it was possible you could have had a bad cable. If the dispay is initially showing the Alpine logo clearly and they showing you this warning. Unfortunately the problem is almost certainly in the head unit. I would make sure there are no loose connections, again not likely or else the problem would just be intermittent. I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but something in the head unit has gone bad. It would like be fixable if there is a certified Alpine tech in your area, or the head unit will need replaced.



    I wish I had better news for you. Sorry.

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    Randy Dix Jan 11, 2009

    Just to make sure, before you scrap it. Check the video output configuration and see if it's set on NTSC or PAL. If this setting got changed, it would also cause this issue. Check this first please. You probably want NTSC, but whichever it is set on, try the other and see if the problem goes away.



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Don't you see colors in dvd video signal? What kind of error you see as incorrect video signal? let me know to help you.

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Check the output cable

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    nematics Jan 11, 2009

    can u tell me the exat model please

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    nematics Jan 11, 2009

    change the cable line replace with new one

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    nematics Jan 11, 2009

    may be due to changed the sound and the video cable according to the pin and the wire colour fix it and check it out

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