Color bars only on KWorld PC to TV - Composite and SVideo
Same complaint as previous. Tried sequence that worked for the newbie who replied, but still have color bars only on either Composite video (Yellow) and SVideo. Properly connected to video projector. Will try component video outs tomorrow morning on church video system.
Re: Color bars only on KWorld PC to TV - Composite and...
Hey guys, if you are using the VGA cable that came with the unit make sure you have the long portion of the cord plugged into pc and the other end that has the 2 plugs close together plugged onto the (PC to TV box). If you do it the other way around all you will get is vertical color bars.
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Re: Color bars only on KWorld PC to TV - Composite and...
Found this reference it may be of help
product appears to be defective. I connected it to a working video
camera that produces an excellent picture on a standard monitor. I
looped the video from the camera through the monitor to the converter
which is connected to a new ACER LCD display. The LCD display workes
perfectly when connected to my computer. Using the converter, the
results are poor. You can see the desired picture in the background but
in the foreground there are horizontal bars that scroll vertically
through the picture. I'm returning it for an exchange - will try again.
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To answer your question;
First on your pc you will need a video card that has either composite or svideo output.
Then you`ll need a single rca cable or svideo cable to go from pc video out to tv video in.
If you want the sound going through the tv as well,
you will need a stereo audio cable with 1/8" phone jack at one end and two rca connectors at the other end.
The audio will go from the sound card out to audio in on the tv
Hope this help. Happy Holiday
verify that the P/N switch is set to the color system of your country. N (NTSC) for US and P for most of Euroope and Australia;
depending on how "old" the TV, the Screen Resolution of the Toshiba may have to be brought down to the lowest possible setting;
additionally, the Screen Refresh Rate may likewise need to be lowered say 60 Hz;
all of the connections you mentioned are video connections. However, only 1 should be used. You may have to experiment (again depending on the TV) which setting & connection would give you the best picture;
offhand, the component connection (if applicable, the red/green/blue cable) would give the best connection followed by S-Video and last would be yellow (composite).
Hi I am a silver surfer but this is how I got it working First off get the program tou want to watch up on PC Moniter(screen) Then connect 3 cables Yellow cables / One end to tv other end to yellow hole rear of PC/TV Box
Grey cable small end goes in PC/TV Box just behind the wirds "kworld" other end goes into back of your Computer ,you need to check your Computer manual to see the which one is the connection to your Computer screen(moniter),mine was blue with 2 screws , disconnect this and screw in Grey cable
Black cable narrow flat end into front bottom of Computer ,other end intoPC/TV Box end hole next to yellow cable
Switch on TV and change AV until you see your program, sound will be thu your Computer Speakers NOT your TV
1. Video-out to TV: You should be able to connect the receiver to the TV with any / all of the available video modes.
However, if you don't have the HDMI connection, then the Video-In on the TV would have to be switched back-n-forth between Composite / S-Video, depending on how each device is connected to the receiver. [If the TV has 'auto-sensing' Video-In then it should automatically detect the incoming signal from the receiver whether S-Video or Composite or Component.]
2. Audio-Input to receiver: As the receiver provides only two Coax-Inputs, you would have to first assign Coax-1 to DVD and Coax-2 to Cable. Then connect the coax cables accordingly; that should do the trick and allow you to hear the cable sound over coax.
If you still have a problem then check the 'Input mode' setting; leaving it on Coax-1/2 (Auto) would be the better option. This is on pg. 50 of my manual "Specifying the Digital Signal Format".
I'm no expert, but I think that you have a problem with the convergence
of the 3 color guns. I've been working on a similar problem. As a first
step, have you tried "Magic Focus?" The Magic Focus button for the
Hitachi 53UDX10B is at the left of the small front panel controls that
also include your RCA composite and SVideo connectors. Let the set warm
up for about 20 minutes (as recommended by the user guide), and then
press the Magic Focus button. When you press the Magic focus button,
the set will auto align the 3 color guns. If this doesn't fix your
problem, unplug the TV for at least 4 hours and try again.
I had the same problem. It turned out the issue was that I had the VGA Y-cable connectors between the PC and the KWorld box reversed. They look like they should be interchangeable, but they are not. A closer look at the cable connectors shows that one is marked "PC", one is marked "Monitor", and the 3rd is marked "SCAN CNVTR". Once I got them plugged into the right places, I got the screen image on the TV.
It is possible that while programming the remote you got into the menu on your TV and adjusted the color control. Go back into the menu and find the controls for color, contrast, tint and etc. If the color bar is all the way to the left, then adjust it to go to the right until you get enough color. This is just one possible solution. Hope this corrects the problem.
This is easy in a nutshell.
from the cablebox into the VCR RF connection (ant in) then from the VCR RF into the TV RF in. The from the DVD composite video out and audio out into the VCR composite video in and audio in. This make the VCR the hub of your setup the VCR should be set to channel 3 and you can switch between the VCR and the DVD by using the VCR remote.
Now for the cords:
1) Cable to VCR RF = Coaxial
2) Composite Video and audio out = RCA patch cable
3)Composite Video and audio in = RCA patch cable
That is it.
If your TV can support multiple inputs then use it as the hub.
Cable Box to VCR RF (Coax cable) VCR to TV RF(coaxial cable) or VCR to TV Composite video, or TV Component Video (RCA Cable)
DVD Player to Composite video, or TV Component Vido (RCA Cable), or Svideo (Svideo cable)
I have had the input switching IC, and or parts failures in the input amplifiers go defective in these sets.
This can happen from a static electricity discharge while connecting something, or if one of the devices being connected has an electrical leakage and causes some current to come up in to the input of the TV set.
I have also had the input jack assembly go defective and require servicing. This is from one of the jacks breaking and causing an internal short, or if the circuit board became cracked or broken from the TV falling or being roughly handled.