No color or sound on DVD Player when hooked up with the ShowStopper
I recently had new flooring installed and all my connections were removed. Now I cannot hook up the connections correctly to watch DVD'S - there is no color or sound on the DVD player.
I have a Westinghouse LCD TV with the Panasonic Showstopper PV-HS2000 and a Coby DVD-224 player. I've tried S Video and the Component video cables the with standard video cables.
The CATV cable from the wall is plugged into the Showstopper. Then the Showstopper has the Red/White/Yellow cables to the TV - Video, R & L then another set of video R & L to the DVD player. The Component cables from the TV to the DVD player. When that didn't work at all I put in the S Video from TV to DVD and the DVD plays but with no color or sound.
PLease help - I'm a novice and don't understand a lot of this.
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There might be several problems. As the projector has component only connections and the DVD player none, then if the Receiver has component out, you can hook it up to that. If the receiver has HDMI inputs then you can connect the DVD player via the HDMI socket to it. The Coax sockets on the DVD player will be for sound. Number one should be connected to Digital coax 1 and assigned for it.
It's possible that the sound on the DVD player is switched off on the coax or has the wrong format selected. You will need to see the player's menu for this, so if you can't see the screen using the projector, connect a TV instead.
However if the receiver has no component out and no HDMI sockets you will have real problems connecting the DVD and using the projector with it. Though you should be able to hear the sound via the Denon.
What colour wires does the new dvd player have? The colours correspond with the socket that you plug them into. If your new dvd player only has yellow red and white cables then that is all you need. if they are red blue and green then you will also need to plug the appropriate audio cable into the dvd player. If you need more help please tell me the model of dvd player and the model of tv
This type of hook up is only for television viewing, to view the DVD you might consider purchasing some componet cables, they are color coded so hooking up is a snap, on the back of the DVD player you will see three RCA type connections Red/Green/Blue. componet cables are also these colors, connect one end of the cables to it coorsponding color on the back of your DVD and the other in the same color connectors labeled componet 1 input on the back of your television. You will also need a red and white RCA connector also for the audio as this is sound, a total of 5 connections will complete the hook up. Or you can go the simple route and use RCA type cables that come as yellow/red/white but for the best picture use componet cables this will allow you to watch your movies in HD.
yes , this is why , on your dvd there is a "yellow for video" output on it ,and then there is a "red output jack for right audio"
and then there is a "white output jack for left audio" does your tv have these inputs?
the blue , green and red "RCA JACKS" are called " composite video" which seperates the colors of given video
the red and white RCA jacks are for right and left audio and are required when using composite or the yellow video jack
there is also a "s-video" connection that is one cable but seperates the colors for better picture quality ( dvd player only)( vcr and tuner do not work with this)
then there is a optical or coax digital connection for a reciever that decodes the connections audio digital signals for dolby digital surround sound
Is your DVD player a DVD/VCR combo? If so, hook the "tv out" (sometimes called "ant out" ) to the "ant in" on the DVD/VCR, then hook the "ant out" of the DVD/VCR to the "ant in" on the tv. Then make sure the DVD/VCR and TV are on the appropriate channel (3 or 4).
If it's NOT a combo, or these instructions don't work for you, i will need pictures of the inputs/outputs of the devices.
just be basic....dvd is ouput goto tv input...watch the color yellow to yellow ,red to red etc, got tv ,look for audio output to anything input to home theatter etc.if u hook in to aux set home theater to aux etc,
input to output and output to input ok? hope i help u..
If you remove the unit from the dash the top, take off the top cover, no screws you can acess the CD slot. Remove the 4 screws holding the CD player in place and the ribbon cable and you should be able to remove the CD from the slot.