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MDVD-6838 and Panasonic Plasma TV incompatibilty

MY MDVD 6838, when connected to a high definition plasma TV (Panasonic TH50PX60U), only gave rolling and snowy pictures with no sound. It worked fine when connected to regular TV. What can I do to have it played correctly on Panasonic?

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Re: MDVD-6838 and Panasonic Plasma TV incompatibilty

1 click SETUP(left just below the four arrow w/ enter button in the middle)
2 click DISPLAY
set tv system to AUTO
tv image to 16:9 WIDESCREEN
video setup (depend on the connection)
s video or RGB

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I worked for Malata Co in Seattle for two years. I repaired hundreds of MDVD-6838. I can fix it for you at $70.00 (Labor and Parts). You have to pay shipping. If you are interested. Contact me at:

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You plug the humax into the panasonic dvd recorder and then from the outputs of the dvd recorder plug it into the panasonic plasma inputs

Is component video better than RGB? Well, yes and no, RGB provides the widest bandwidth and is the best choice for connecting audio visual devices like a Freeview box, digibox or Sky+ box to your TV, home cinema or home theatre system. DVD is however different, to reduce the amount of storage required DVDs are recorded using component video, it is therefore better to connect a DVD player via a component video cable to your TV, plasma or LCD TV etc.

Thanks if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask

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