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Re: black & white resolution
Possible reason would be Video system compatability. In PHI most of the screen are NTSC compliant for video sytem and for Qatar im not sure if its PAL or PAL SECAM system. But no worries, the only thing you need to do is change the video setting of your DVD player. do you have the owner manual of your player? if do so, check for the part reffering to video system. access that menu and one part of that selection would be the video out system, there should be a selection to choose from PAL/NTSC and auto. just select "Auto" or "NTSC"
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Below is the only known process to unlock that model of DVD player. Does not work on 100% of dvd players.
1. Turn on dvd player
2. Open the tray
3. Press 0000 in the Remote Controller
4. Change to any region you want (0 for region free)
5. Press Pause to confirm your change
6. Turn off
7. Turn on again and enjoy
Hope this works for yours, please post back if it does. Thank you for trying Fixya!
You will use component video cables. They come in threes and all they require you to do is connect the DVD output with the TV input and match the cable colors on both ends. They will be red, white, and yellow. The yellow is the video, and red and white are left and right audio. If your TV is too old to have stereo audio, only one (red or white) audio cable needs to be connected. It doesn't matter which. The yellow cable always needs to be connected.
Another option, but a slightly less common one, is to use a single AV cable to connect the two. The reason this is less common is because most newer TV's do not have AV input, and newer DVD players do not have AV output. If it does, however, this is the most simple, and you probably wish to take advantage of it, so you have a connection available when you purchase a newer unit which does not have AV.
Did you possibly switch where your wires are hooked up? I just tried hooking my player up to a new tv and I had a black and white picture at one point. Make sure your video wires hook to the proper colored ports.
what is a jvc xv player? how about if u connect ur tv to a cable program, does it give u the same problem? if not, ur xv player is not compatible with ur tv or tv needs to configure setting and also that means ur tv is ok. if yes, there is a problem in the color circuit of ur tv. have it check by a serviceman. but if its not economical to do it, just buy a new one.