Question about Televison & Video
The composite and component video inputs are not working properly. Connecting the cmponent to the rear panel composite or componenet inputs, produce sound but do not produce video. I was convinced for about two weeks that the authorized TV repair company had solved my problem by replacing the signal board, but today the problem has returned.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have shifted the input board a little while replaceing the IC's. Double check every plug and connector, not just by visuale inspection, but by going and removing and replacing every connector. I have had problems like this in the pasy and have learned the hard way, everything is not as it looks. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 04, 2007
I started back in the day of tubes. A family would have one set and it would be a 19" black and white. There are different resolutions now. The components probably do work, but, they don't pass the 480i signal. The satelite converter's analog signal needs to be set to 480p and the DVD needs to be set to progressive if it does have that setting. If the DVD is not a progressive scan DVD, then, the only inputs that it will show on is the analog signal. Some of the dish converters have a switch on the face for changing the resolution. If yours doesn't then put it in an analog source and go to the menu and change it there. Then move it to the component input. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 24, 2007
Simplest thing would be that your component cables are not HU'd correctly. Having them reversed would do this.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
SOURCE: We have a Denon AVR
Try checking first the connection for the audio, then make sure the surround sound receviver is also connected properly and also turn everything OFF then turn back ON since you have a disruption just to refersh all devices and check it again if there will be sound already..
Hope that helps..........
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
SOURCE: inputs quit working
check the cords for open.if not, try to wiggle just a little the cords while you insert it, if the screen flicker and shows video signal, you'll need a tech to resolder the jacks.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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First, you must figure out If your TV has component video inputs. This is a set of five cables (red, blue and green for video and red and white for audio) and will give you the best picture on an hdtv
Then, If your TV does not have the component video cables, you will be using the red white and yellow composite yellows the system came with. A very simple connection.
Last, If your TV does have the component video inputs, you will need to buy a set of the Nintendo Wii Component Video cables from Walmart, Target or any other gaming store. These will enable widescreen view and the best picture quality.
To connect your DVD player, you need to located the composite video inputs and s-video. Composite video is a yellow, female RCA jack, normally found next to two audio jacks, one red, the other white. The three jacks together provide an interface for audiovisual connections. The red RCA jack connects the right channel of a stereo system, while the white RCA jack connects the left. The yellow composite video jack rounds out the set.
When playing the Wii, you will need to be on the correct video input "Component"
When playing the DVD, you will be on "Composite/Svideo."
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