Question about SVA-USA DP262 DVD Player
You need to turn the progressive scan off. I presume your have the player connected using a yellow, red, and white cable. Progressive scan requires a different connection or else the screen will look like what you've described. There should be a button on your remote that says "pscan" or "p/s". If you don't see these or a button that says progressive scan, check for a button on the back of the player, and also check the setup menu of the player. You'll find it in one of those places.Let me know how it goes.
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Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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