Question about DVD & Blu-Ray Players
My DVD player plays back black and white I play via the V-Input Cable the player was off for 3 months as we did renovations. What can I do to resolve this problem
Hello again, well, it seems as though the circuit board in the back of the tv was the culprit. He hooked the dvd to the front of the tv and it now works! Poor Dad, and everyone thot it was him!
He did learn a quick lesson on "Button Pushing" though!
Thank you so much for taking the time to help figure this out. Have a great week!
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
SOURCE: Nextech N600 DVD player problem
You may have connected one of the component outputs (usually colored red, green, and blue) of your DVD player to the composite input of your TV. Connect yellow to yellow. See section 3.2 for hookup details. Also, if you've hooked up component video, check the three cables to make sure one of them hasn't become disconnected or developed a short and that they are connected in the correct order. If you use an s-video connection, the chroma wire maybe broken -- try a different cable or try the composite connection.
If you live in a PAL country (most countries outside of the U.S., Canada, and Japan) you may be playing an NTSC disc in a PAL player, but your PAL TV can't handle the signal. If your player has a switch or on-screen setting to select the output format for NTSC discs, choosing PAL (60 Hz) should solve the problem. See section 1.19 for more information.
Posted on May 03, 2008
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