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DVD picture is in Black & White only.

I have connected a Palsonic DVD player to my Toshiba 26AV500U 26 in HDTV using the Video 1 input connections. I am using a standard Yellow, Red & White cables. When playing a DVD I cannot get the picture to display in colour?

I have selected the YPbPr as the video input as there is no picture using CVBS. The television and DVD player are both set as "PAL"

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  • ecphomstuff Feb 07, 2009

    My DVD player brand name Family can't play color it give me only black and white picture, i change TV, cable connections, RCA jacks but it still doesn't work. How can I do? if any one knows please tell me.

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Are you trying to play an NTSC disc in a PAL player, If so,your player has a switch or
on-screen setting to select the output format for NTSC discs,

Or maybe you have connected one of the component outputs (Y, R-Y, or B-Y) of
your DVD player to the composite input of your TV.


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