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When componet is hook up for hd

When the componet side is hook up for hd ,my screen is extra blue and if i run it composit it is fine what could that be .i cant use hd

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My first guess would be that the component connections are not matched. Check the component method and make sure that both the source and the TV are set the same. There are two methods:

1) RGB
2)Y,Pr,Pb

If the set is set for RGB and you are sending Y,Pr,Pb the picture will look a bit purple.

Dan

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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