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When using the HDM1 connector on my DVD player model #3544 I get the audio from the DVD but no video. The display is "unsupported video". I bought the unit about a year ago and it worked fine up until now. I can plug in the video jack and get a picture but not as good quality.

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Try to use several different resolutions

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The format of the video coming from the dvd is not supported on the display it is showed on, change the settings to another one.

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You might need to get try a new cable to see if the cable may have gone bad.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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How to hook up my dvd player


if you want to hooked up your dvd player to a tv unit, you can use an rca connector. usually 3 wires for video and L/R audio. to connect with in the tv plug one end of the connector to the component input jack of the tv ( video/audio L/R ). and the other end of the connector just plug to the video/audio output jack of the dvd player.

Sep 17, 2012 | Televison & Video

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DVD Player Quick Connect Tips


There has been a lot of confusion lately about how best to connect your new DVD or Blueray player to your TV set. For many this has been a nightmare since the introduction of the new Component and HDMI versions of Higher Priced DVD and Blueray disc players.

Remember that your new Blueray player will play DVD's as well as Blueray Disc format movies.

For the common connection that most people use, there are only 3 wires to consider. Yellow for Video, Red and White for Stereo. Always use the line out jacks on the back of the player to connect to the TV. Use the Line in (Video In) jacks on the TV set.
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The only thing to remember here is to match the colors exactly and select the video source from your TV remote control. If all those numbers and buttons are confusing to you, just memorize where your Source button is on the remote, and choose one input at a time until your DVD welcome screen appears.
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The next higher quality Video source will be the component Video outputs on your DVD or BlueRay player. These will be Red, Green And Blue.
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Also note that you will need a red/white audio cable for sound with these connections since the component outputs only transmit Video.
You will be able to see the audio connectors close to the red blue and green component outputs on most players. All connectors on your player will be outputs, unless you bought a DVD recorder and player.
We will reference only the player type at this time.
As mentioned before, you only need to match the wires from the DVD or BlueRay output to the exact input connectors on your TV, but now the audio connectors need to be used as well.
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Component to component cables/
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Stereo Audio Cables/

Use your source selector on the remote as before to View your movie.

The easiest connector to hit the market so far is the HDMI version, which combines the Video signal as well as the audio signal into a single manageable cable. If your TV set doesn't have this connector you will need to use one of the above methods to connect your system.

To use the HDMI you need only plug it in to the connector designed for its use on both the TV as well as the player.
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There is very little chance you will connect this to the wrong port, but just in case your HDMI TV and DVD/Blueray player are equipped with an Optional USB port, you should read the panel closely to be sure you have the right port. Remember, these connectors should never be forced on. If they are too tight to connect, you may have chosen the USB port by mistake.

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on Mar 23, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I bought a used Integra DVD player without any cables hooked to it. How many cables do I need and where do I plug them in?


The most basic connection is the 3 wire RCA cables with the Yellow, Red, and White ends, that connect the VIDEO, AUDIO LEFT and AUDIO RIGHT from the DVD player to the TV.

Plug the 3 cables into the corresponding colors on the VIDEO OUT and AUDIO OUT connectors on the back of the DVD player.

Then plug the other ends of the cable into the corresponding VIDEO IN and AUDIO IN connectors on the back of your TV.

The yellow cable is always the VIDEO signal and the red / white are the AUDIO left and right.

Then to watch the DVD player on your TV, just switch the TV's INPUT MODE SELECTOR option to VIDEO 1 or whatever label your TV has for the rear inputs.

That should be it.

There are other ways to connect the two devices, but that is the simplest and cheapest.

Thank you and good luck.

Apr 19, 2011 | Televison & Video

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The HDM1 on the DVD player model DVP3962/37 has no signal. The player has been working for a year with no problem. We can only watch the DVD on component 1 which is not in color.


The HDMI should work hooked directly to tv through An HDMI input but if it doesn't, try either watching yourself or have someone watching while you twist and try to push all three(blue, green ,red) connectors into their in/out jacks. I feel composite gives you better picture anyway> the HDMI is just easier because it carries sound and audio. Anyway, one of your jacks is probably not in all the way>

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I recorded a dvd on my computer and played it on tv and have no audio


check u use correct settings.when nero u must select make video dvd like dat.and try burned dvd on computer.it plays sound,u use ur dvd player's unsupported audio format.

Nov 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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The video of my jvc dvd player won't display on my tv screen or the video is not working but the audio is ok.


Connect the yellow connector on the DVD player to the yellow connector on the TV. Refer to the TV manual and select the video input. Refer to DVD manual and choose interlace on the DVD player. Let me know if this helps

Jan 13, 2010 | JVC XV-N322 DVD Player

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I'm trying to connect my denon dvd player to tv


The yellow plug is composite video; the red and white are analog audio. Not knowing specifics about your TV or Denon model number, I would suggest:

-- the red and white connectors go to the audio in on the DVD, and to the audio out on the TV. There will be a left channel and a right channel. Make sure you connect the same color plug on the same channel. In other words, if you put the red plug in the right audio out on the TV, also put the red plug in the right audio in on the DVD, the white in the left audio out on the TV and in on the audio in on the DVD.

-- the yellow connector will go on the video out on the TV, video in on the DVD.

For better audio, consider using gold connectors, if you don't already have same.

Alternatively, you may wish to purchase and use an S-video connector if your equipment allows. This would replace the yellow composite video cable, and enhances your image.

Hope this helps!

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Dvd player problem


DEAR

CHECK YOUR AUDIO VIDEO COARD BY REPLACING IT
CHECH AV CONNECTOR OF YOUR TV WAS LOOSE
CHECK MPEG BOARD OF YOUR DVD PLAYER WAS DEFCTED
THANK YOU

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