I hooked my new, relatively cheap DVD player (made by BBK, a Chinese brand primarily for Russian market) up to my new flat-screen Samsung. The DVD works and I see a clear picture. but there is no color, and I cannot figure out the problem. do I need a new cord? any thoughts? thank you!
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Is this a DVD player? If so, on the back of the player, check that the plugs are all pushed all the way on. They shouldn't wiggle or anything. If there is wiggling, see if it affects the picture when you move it around. If it does, get a new player. They are cheap these days.
If that doesn't work, check the connection that the DVD player is hooked up to (TV or Receiver). Following the same steps as above.
If the connections are all good. Next, try doing a cleaning on the laser. You will need a cd or dvd cleaning kit from the dollar store. Just follow the instructions.
If after cleaning it you still have that problem. Try the player on another TV and see if you get the same problem. If you do, the player is most likely bad..again cheap to replace.
If the problem is gone, then it may be the TV connections or something similar on that original TV.
you must use the "Composite" video output (the single yellow plug, with the red/white for audio of course) of the DVD player. Tube TVs rarely have "Component" connections because they are primarily used for 480P and above resolutions, which tubers can't produce. If your TV and DVD player have "S-Video" connections, use them for the best possible picture.
I too had the same problem. On the Vzio there are AV plug ins on the left side (not the back, but the left side). Use these jacks when connecting to the DVD player and choose the AV button on the TV remote. Viola!
As you see no support for mov files You'll have to convert these mov files to avi... Go to http://www.radgametools.com/bnkdown.htm and download the Rad Videotools.This little program helps you convert all your mov files to avi. Burn the avi files on a cd and you should be able to play them on your dvdplayer..
posted the russian version of the manual for your DVD Recorder in HTML.
go to this address. http://translate.google.com/translate_t?hl=en#
enter this address. use exact case.
Select Russian from the Pulldown and hit translate.
Some of it is translated.
I have a PDF of the manual but it is in Russian. If you can find a PDF translator it will probably work better than google translate.
Now--first--connect the DVR cable box HDMI output to the HDTV HDMI input (use the lowest numbered one e.g. HDMI 1) for this connection. Use a standard (not Monster brand) HDMI cable for this connection. Then turn on the TV, turn on the cable box and switch the TV to the HDMI input. A picture should come on. You may even hear the audio on the TV speakers. If so, that is OK.
Then--connect the component video output of the DVD HT to the TV component 1 input. Use a three wire component video cable with red, blue and green connectors on each end. Connect color to color on both ends. Then turn on the DVD, put a DVD in the player and start it running. Switch the TV to the component input and it should show a pix. The audio will come from the DVD player speakers.
If your DVD player does have an HDMI output, you can use it and just connect as above to the second TV HDMI input.
To get audio from the cable box out of the DVD player speakers, you will need to connect an audio cable from the cable box go the HT amplifier. Use a set of RCA patch cables and go from the analog audio output of the cable box to the rear panel audio inputs of the DVD player. The owners manual for this unit will give directions on using this input. Since your HT unit does not have any other inputs, you will not be able to get Dolby Digital audio.
Hope this gives you food for thought. If so, and you have more questions, just come back in with a follow up.
Good luck. Remember, the owners manuals all have hook up connections diagrams. Sometimes they will help.