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THe video output is rolling like on an old tv that the horizontal hold was out of adjustment. I ran it through the other video input on the audivox VOH682 and the same thing. The old vhs player works fine in the VOH682. Also is there a digital tuner converter for the VOH682 to pick up digital tv signals.

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  • skiphartline Sep 20, 2009

    THe main thing i'm interseted in is a fix for the horizontal hold on the dvd player is there possibly a pot inside which could be trimmed out

  • skiphartline Sep 21, 2009

    THank you, someone had push the system button on the remote

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Hi,

i have found a web site which i think would work with your VOH682

here is the link:

http://www.parkmyauto.co.uk/ck0-1080-in-car-3rd-gen-dvb-t-12v-twin-digital-freeview-hideaway-tv-tuner--glassmount-antennas-737-p.asp


a) your VOH682 have a video display system of NTSC which

means other color system might not possibly work.


b) it needs signals which have NTSC system to work. either on RF

(antenna) or in video input.


hope i have helped you, thanks for using Fixya!


Posted on Sep 20, 2009

  • Rommel Cana
    Rommel Cana Sep 20, 2009

    the DVD player is factory set to accept NTSC programmed media, if the media is recorded in PAL

    then it will show rolling pictures, the sync frequency differs from every system used.


    try having known good media ( DVD movie in NTSC) if problem still persist then maybe the

    region setting of your unit have changed.( might have switched to PAL system)


    you need to go to video set up, under TV type

    select NTSC


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