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Alpine tmx r2000 monitor has color lines we can hear it but only see the color lines

Color lines is all you see but the dvd is working because you can hear it

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SOURCE: ALPINE TMX-R1000 ISSUES

You don't have S-Video coming out of it, although it looks like it. It's actually a bundled cable that carries power, video, audio, and control signal for an Alpine DVD player. It plugs into an interface box that has the actual power connections and inputs/output, and the control cable for an Alpine DVD player. I know this is an old post, but if you still have the unit and would like to sell it, or if you want to get the interface box, I can help you...

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