Question about Funai Televison & Video
I recently got a PS3 and Funai 32" tv. When I originally set up my PS3, I had B&W picture and no sound. After set-up, I'm no longer getting anything on-screen. I assumed the cables were to be connected as you'd expect - lower 3 connectors, yellow, white, red - but the Funai manual suggests that the yellow one be in the top connector row for Bluray/DVD. I tried unplugging, resetting both device, nothing's working. Any advice?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You shouldn't need anything plugged into the accessory jacks to get local sound from your set.
Go through the main setup menu and check audio settings; they may be set to turn off the internal speakers to send the sound to a home theatre that you apparently don't have.
Most sets have that as a selection and supply L-R audio for an external system and mute the internal speakers.
FYI: The three connectors you mention are coded as follows:
Red - right channel audio White - left channel audio Yellow - composite video (contains synchronization signals and video)
These may be input connectors (for external VCR/DVD decks) so check your owner's guide to verify.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
The problems with HDMI are plentiful. They are still hashing out the standards for it, and every company seems to be doing their own thing. The compatibility issues are never ending, and you may be a victim.
It sounds like the Blu-Ray and the TV are having compatibility issues. You can try changing resolution settings inside the Blu-Ray to see if it helps. If not, you might be stuck using Component cables. LG televisions are not the most well-constructed or designed tv's in the world, so if the optical output is not working, your Digital Board might have an issue, as well. Any competent TV repair shop should be able to assist you in troubleshooting and repair, if necessary.
I hope this helps you.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: DVD won't play movies in color
RCA cable connectors (red,white, yellow) are usually for an analog setup. You could still use these for "component" setup, but know the difference with color stamps as follows:
Component color stamps are "blue, green, red" ( blue is marked Pb, green is marked Y, red is marked Pr)
RCA color stamps your using are "red, white, yellow"
Here are the proper hook up method for "Component" using your "RCA" connectors:
On both the TV and DVD component setup:
Plug the red RCA fitting in the component port marked "Pr (red)
Plug the white RCA fitting in the component port marked "Pb (blue)
Plug the yellow RCA fitting in the component port marked "Y (green)
Be sure this setup is the same for the TV's component input ports, and the DVD's component output ports.
For optimum picture quality you may want to purchase component cables as the gage is thicker giving better impedance match resulting in better picture and sound quality.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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