Question about LG DBRH197H DVD Player/HDD Recorder
Hi, very weird porblem, have hooked up the recorder to an LG plasma TV model 42PXDV-AA after having it already installed on a normal analogue TV and working properly. now we have perfect audio on DVD playback and even on stuff on the HDD recorded earlier, but just a squeaky clicking sound on the digital channels and no audio on analogue channels and even freakier when we record something and playback, it plays audio but like its really fast chip monk style and the picture is like still photos, has to be some stupid setting not right hey, but we've tried every thing. i know i had to set it to 576i for the analogue TV but cant remember how to change this setting and the manual is'nt helping appreciate any advice!!!
LOok there is no such thing as anologue anymore . The old anologue channels are now set on digital. So in menu set everything on digital & then do a auto search again
Posted on Apr 26, 2017
This looks very much like a problem I once 've had (and later found the solution by accident). When you go into the menu of the remote control and press the "automatic channel search" function you can always specify from which "source" the signal is arriving either 1, from antenna, (ie. over air) or 2, from cable or 3, from satellite. Then the decoder searches and finds a bunch of station in its reach. Once (while hooked up to an antenna) ,I had accidentally made it do the station search under the "cable" header instead of "antenna" and it found the same stations as the one's I've had before,(over antenna) but some stations suddenly had no more audio. Because I was unaware that the set was programmed under the cable header I could solve this strange mystery only much later when I reprogrammed it one day and it searched the stations under the Air-Antenna header, then suddenly all the stations were coming in properly, with good image and full audio. ------If this doesn't solve your problem then search under the menu of your set if at another part of it you can specify some other similar options like Antenna-Cable choice. I'm quite sure its easy to correct. good luck Alex
Posted on Apr 09, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
in order to solve the complect of channel/ choose one / if tv is digital in line w/dvd is digital.
If your your recorder is analogue choose use analogue channel.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
You need to go into the menu and set the "av-2 out put" to DTV, that should solve the problem, remembering to connect the "in" scart on the recorder to AV-2 on the tv.If there is only 1 scart on the recorder it will be a 2 way connection, sending and recieving a signal.
Posted on May 29, 2009
SOURCE: G'day, I have an LG HDD/DVD
You have probably found out now that you would need to get your digital reception by connecting a set top box to the LG, say to AV1, then select AV1 when making a recording.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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