When I was on set up menu with the remote I changed in Scan I think it is in NTSC and PAL may be. Now this player con not give out pictures but sounds only. What can I do to restore this. On the screen of my TV there is nothing.
Look for a button on the remote control that says 'video output, video output mode', or something similar. If this doesnt work. Make sure its properly hooked up. Of that still doesnt work, get out the old dusty manual and take alook at how to change this. if it gives youa graphical pic in the book on how to do it, follow the pic by counting the rows and pressing the button on the remote. Or if there is a way to restore factory defaults do it,
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The manual seems to indicate that the TV will automatically detect what signal type is present, so PAL should be recognized. There is, however the possibility that the "Color System" setting under the system menu may not be set to "AUTO", but NTSC. This would cause a conflict when detecting PAL input and affect picture. Check the "Color System" and either select PAL or AUTO and see if that helps.
Pal output will only work when it is plugged into a pal tv. The only way you can restore is to use the remote to put the settings back to ntsc without using the display. That should work. If you don't have a pal tv you should never change devices to run on it, because it can damage your tv set. The scanning lines are very different between the two systems.
You have to blindly instruct the NTSC/PAL menu item, which toggles between NTSC and PAL;
This is how it is done:
1) turn your dvd player off.
2) Turn it back on and make sure there is no DVD in the player tray.
This will ensure the menus are active
3) Using the remote, press the dowm menu selector key exactly three times
4) press the center menu select key once.
This will activate the display adjustement menu
5) press the down menu key exactly once.
This will activate the NTSC/PAL menu
6) press the center menu key
The player should now have switched back to NTCS if it was in PAL.
IF it was in NTSC it should have switched back to PAL.
Note: If you still have the manual you can follow the menu tree blindly using the instructions in the manual. The above sequence is for activating the NTSC/PAL menu.
This player can also switch to progressive scan, which creates a similar problem. At least the progressive scan menu has enough warnings before it will actvate.
Surprisingly, and I've never understood why this is, the remote has a lot of functions on it that the buttons on the dvd player doesn't have. I think it is more likely that it ISN'T possible to do.
Look on the front of your DVD player. If it has a "menu" button and a four-way directional pad, you may be able to stop whatever dvd is playing, go into the dvd player's menu and change the settings that way. If not, then you can't.
Phase Alternating Line (PAL) is a colour encoding system for analogue television used in broadcasttelevision systems in most countries broadcasting at 625-line / 50 field (25 frame) per second (576i)
NTSC is the video system or standard used in North America and most of South America. In NTSC, 30 frames are transmitted each second. Each frame is made up of 525 individual scan lines.
You might try disconnecting all power from the system. unplug it.
disconnect the TV. Power back up. Maybe it will reset to factory settings. See if your TV will have a switch to NTSC.
Could be that some combination of the progressive scan and the line input is confusing your system. Sometimes the line doubler on the TV set causes this when recieving a 480p input. If this effect doesn't reproduce on another set, then there you have it.
Try turning progressive scan off, or change between the analog(yellow) video, the component(RGB), and the S video(fat one with pins).