Sony KV-32FS12 Component Video 4 Has A Wavy Picture
Hooking up an iPod component AV Cable to the Y,Pb and Pr rear ports of my KV-32FS12 (video 4) to view iPod videos on our TV and the video image is wavy and unwatchable. This is the second cable from Apple (same issue with the first).
Is there a menu setting on the Sony to clean up this component image?
Plan B will be to replace the apple component AV cable with their composite AV cable.
Any help getting the component AV cable working with our Sony KV-32FS12 would be appreciated.
Re: Sony KV-32FS12 Component Video 4 Has A Wavy Picture
Sounds to me like the differnence between watchiing in progressive and interlace. these older tube tv's are not capable of displaying a progressive scanned image. like the first dvd players. check your video out settings on your ipod to make sure its an interlace output.
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Several possibilities here. First thing I'd try is replacing the HDMI cable. (They definitely do go bad). Second possibility is a problem with the cable box. HDMI outputs on these can fail too. If you have a set of "Component Video" cables (Pr/Py/Pb) try hooking up using those (you'll have to choose a different input on the Bravia). Good luck!
It sounds like you connected a regular yellow composite video cable to the green luma (Y) port of a component video connection, this will give you just a black and white image because the red (Pr/Cr) and blue (Pb/Cb) ports and cables carry the color information.
the best configuration is using component AudioVideo cable.component video out from ps3 use 3 wires going to component video input to your tv (Y-Pb-Pr) and two wires for audio left.right. use av1 input on your tv to hook the audio and video. let me know if you still have issue.
Look at the back side of the TV .
There will be [more than one] composite video in & out
How composite video port looks like typical 3 RCA jacks - std color of ports are Red, White & Yellow. The yellow one is the one - which carries video signal. You can connect - a RCA cable from output of SC-HT730 [yellow] to back of TV.
Most probably there will be at least one Component video behond your TV set [ if the set is HD Ready one] - in other words, If your TV supports component in.
Component Video ports are namsed as Y Pb Pr - if you have so, connect output from SC-HT370 to back of TV.
Recommendation: choose component video - if that is supported in both. That gives much better picture quality.