While a DVD was playing on my Toshiba D-RW2SU, the red spectrum disappeared and now all the colors are off whenever I try to play a DVD. This is not the fault of the TV it is playing through as televison programs are fine.
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Re: Colors wrong on DVD player
The problem is with the cabling, assuming you are using component cables please make sure that the cables are in the proper locations (red to red, green to green, blue to blue) and firmly seated. There are also issues with using cables of various lengths where the signals to not all arrive at the same time.
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You just need an RCA cable. Find the output from your dvd and connect to the input of your tv. The cable has three connectors in three colors...red/white/yellow. Res and white is audio and yellow is the video.
Blue ray uses a blue laser spectrum and DVD uses the red spectrum. The blueray player must have dual capability to play both red and blue spectrum discs. If it has been and is broken, contact the manufacturer for the 1 year warranty. If it has never played DVD then most likely its not compatible.
no, s video is not required to work. if you hooked up 3 colors to the tv 3 colors. make sure it's on video 1 or aux channel. and as long the dvd player is on and that channel is on, if that does not work, try on another tv that has same connection. if that doesn't work, then we know that dvd player doesn't work.
Try placing the dvd-player as far as you can away from the TV. It may be creating EMI (electro-magnetic interference). Ensure that the wires from the DVD-to-TV are not positioned close to other electronic devices -try moving them.
You say the TV works fine on its own, so that is good; there is probably no big magnet or speaker near the TV.
If it is not anything external causing interference, then yes, your DVD player is probably malfunctioning. Try borrowing a friends..
couple of ways but the easiest way would be connecting the video and audio out from DVD (need rca connections yellow red and white)
Yellow --- Video
white and red is audio out left and right.
find in your tv set inputs with similar colors its going to be input 1
or input 2 (as an example)
once you conect the cable matching colors yellow to yellow red to red and white to white make sure you select the same input on your set (video 1 or 2) that its throu input selection in remote control from tv or set itself.
CONNECT YOUR DVD PLAYER TO SOME OTHER TV .IF THE COLORS ARE OK ,THEN YOUR TV IS AT FAULT .
THE COLORS OF YOUR TV CAN EASILY BE RE ADJUSTED BY A TV SERVICE MAN.
THE CORRECT RATIO OF RED ,GREEN ,BLUE NEEDS TO BE ADJUSTED .