My remote has been stolen, and I need to change the NTSC/PAL settings on my LM-S6000 monitors.
How can I do this, or where can I buy a new remote?
The problem is that my new DVD player plays in auto mode, and the monitors are set to NTSC, so I get a black and White picture whit lot of disturbance. I am not able to change these settings on the DVD player. This is a JVC AVX33
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If your TV set plays both NTSC and PAL, there shoud not be a problem, as it sets the color system automatically. If your antenna video signal is passing through the receiver however, instead of going to a VCR and then back to TV, there should be a problem there. The cable going from receiver to TV (AV1 or AV2) is the one marked as "monitor" on the receiver´s rear panel.
I interfaced the SAVV LM-S6001 today. Here's what I found;
Looking straight on at the male 8 pin DIN connector here's how I'll describe it. There are 3 pins across the top row. From left to right I'll call them 8, 7, 6. There are 2 pins on the left side of the middle row, 5 leftmost and 4 adjacent to the center. Moving right, there is a gap and then pin 3 on the rightmost side of the middle row. There are two pins on the bottom row, pin 2 on left and pin 1 on right. Draw that on some paper.
8 7 6
o o o
5 o o o 3
Pin 1 is +12VDC
Pin 2 is center contact of both audio and video RCA jacks
Pin 3 is -12VDC
Pin 4 is outer RCA contact for Video
Pin 5 -n/c
Pin 6 -n/c
Pin 7 -n/c
Pin 8 is outer RCA contact for Audio
Now, I don't know what pin 7 does, but it is wired next to pin 4 suggesting a video application, Svideo is my best guess. I can only test for a composite video connection that I am using.
Pls try doing a reset by unplugging the unit from the mains for a couple of hours (preferably overnight).
Alternately, you can try hooking it up to a video monitor (capable of RCA/Composite or S-video), a movie camera (switch to external video source), or another TV that is PAL/NTSC capable while configuring it back to NTSC settings.
Additionally, you can try simply pressing the NTSC/PAL button with a few seconds interval while playing a known good NTSC disc.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Hi, I am afraid this reply is too late, but if you happen to stop by the site: The set has a built-in NTSC tuner, with no PAL tuner, as it is advertised in the US. So the answer is: No, you can't do PAL.
But if your manual says it has the PAL tuner, then you should be able to find a switch on the set or a button on the remote to change over to PAL.
A blue screen suggests no input signal, or a signal that the electronics in the screen can't handle. I don't think you need the remote, but, it may help.
I suggest you try the dvd on a working monitor and check that it's a compatible output.
The LM-S6001 is a multi-system monitor both NTSC(US) and PAL(Europe/Aisa).
The monitor has a composite video (usually yellow) and RCA(phono) input and DIN, the manufacturer is unclear if both plugs are present. You can assume it's auto-switching, but that may not be the case.
More information is needed to fully understand your problem.
1. make/model of DVD.
2. description of external plugs on monitor.