The issue is, I can only switch the DVD to stand by or to be ´on´ (red and green), I want it however to switch of entirely, as I have a remote control (an LG) that also works on the NAD. If I control the LG, the NAD reacts as well. There would be no issue if I could switch the NAD off entirely, as well as save electricity. Is there a way I can do this except for pulling the plug?
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Most commonly with this unit there is a compatibility issue with PALS or NTSC Formatting. Make sure the DVD player, DVD itself and the TV unit are all compatible. Also, since this unit commonly comes with the Standard Red, White, and Yellow Video/Audio Cables, Try switching to the Composite Cables. (Red, Green, and Blue-generally). This should fix the incompatibility issue. Hope this helps
If your TV has the green, blue, red inputs then connect these 3 cables for the picture. DVD to TV, green to green, blue to blue and red to red. If your TV only has a yellow input, then connect the green cable only from the DVD yellow to the TV yellow. Now for the sound. Connect the DVD white to the TV white. Connect the DVD red to the TV red with the red cable. The white and red inputs will be next to the yellow and the green, blue, red inputs on the TV. Next select the TV input using your TV remote. Select the input for the DVD connection.
You'll need a DVD player that has component outputs. The composite carries the entire video information, while the component sends the three different color signals separately. The red and white cables are output cables. No all DVD players have the component outputs.
the power supply in your DVD player may not have the proper voltage to the electronic switch and therefore the processor is in standby to protect the device. Or you may have a remote that has left the unit in standby mode. check the user manual to see if this is the fact. Checking manufacturers site in knowledge base usually has the solution for a "stand by mode" issue. Or call and talk to a technical support rep.