On my Fujitsu flat screen, I can watch a DVD on Video 4, but I can't watch cable on Video 1 because when I go to that screen there is a message saying "Welcome. Powering up..." If I switch off the TV and then back on, the message comes back. Can you suggest how to get past this problem? Thanks.
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Use HDMI wire if you have that option than simply tune TV to HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 etc depending which one you connect it to .
OR. analog ( R C A ) cables analog. Output from DVD player to imput tv """ red is right white. Is left sound. Yellow is video pay attention to where you are plugging on TV.video 1 or 2 or 3 Since you will have to go to ( video. Or imput ) on your TV to access the DVD player. Another words your cable box is a TV imput . You're doing is also a TV imput You have to tune it to be able to watch it
yellow is video and red and white are audio
you a get by with one audio. i think you are missing your video cable you can get by with two cables just use the white cable as a yellow and plug it into the yellow dvd plug and tv yellow plug and the red will stay hooked up for sound ( you wont have stereo but it should work)
Please try this procedure on how to connect your DVD player to your TV..
Follow this instructions:
1. Check the back of your DVD
player. It will have up to three different types of outlet connections
enabling it to be linked to the TV. The most ideal is an HDMI
connection, which is a thin rectangular outlet marked "HDMI." It
provides the highest quality signal to your flat panel TV. If your DVD
player doesn't have an HDMI outlet, you can also use a standard RCA
outlet. This consists of three round cable jacks labeled with a color
coding. The yellow jack is for the video signal while the red and white
jacks are for audio signals. Some DVD players may have an S-video outlet
as well. It will be a circular jack with a number of holes. While not
as effective as the HDMI jack, it provides a clearer picture than the
2. Look at the back of your flat
panel TV for a series of "In" jacks corresponding to your DVD player.
There may be a number of them under different labels (Input 1, Input 2,
HDMI 1, HDMI 2 and Component Video are common). All of them work,
however, and all can carry the DVD signal into your TV. Simply select an
"In" jack that matches the DVD outlet you have selected and note the
3. Connect the "In" jack from the TV to the corresponding outlet on the DVD player, using the proper cable (RCA, HDMI or S-Video).
4. Turn on the TV and press the
input button to select the jack connected to the DVD player. (The exact
label for the input button will vary by model. Some will say "Input,"
while others will say "TV/Video" or "Signal.") A menu should pop up
onscreen giving you a list of jacks in the rear of the set. Select the
jack connected to the DVD player. The name of the player brand should
appear on your screen.
5. Place a DVD in the player and watch as normal.
I hope this procedure will be helpful...Thanks for using fixya..
You should use a HDMI cable. This cable will carry the audio and video from your Vision box to your plasma screen. Connect the cable to the HDMI port on the vision box and the other end to HDMI 1 on your TV. Once that is done turn on the vision box and then the TV and switch the TV to HDMI 1 using your tv remote and then once you have a picture use your vision box remote to change channels and perform other functions.
Unfortunately, size limitation of what could be attached prevents posting a connection diagram. Still, proposed connection scheme:
4250HDC's HDMI to Panasonic's HDMI 1 or 2;
4250HDC's VIDEO OUT to GoVideo's LINE IN 1 VIDEO;
4250HDC's AUDIO OUT to 2 pcs of RCA Splitters (shown below);
1 pair from the 2 splitters to GoVideo's LINE IN 1 R-AUDIO-L;
the other pair to Yamaha's LD/TV L & R;
GoVideo's LINE OUT VIDEO to Panasonic's VIDEO IN 1 VIDEO;
GoVideo's LINE OUT R-AUDIO-L to 2 more RCA Splitters;
1 pair from the 2 splitters to Panasonic's VIDEO IN 1 L-AUDIO-R;
the other pair to Yamaha's VCR 1 IN L & R;
to watch cable TV in HD quality, set Panasonic to HDMI 1 or 2 by pressing Panasonic remote's INPUT button, then 3 (or 4), then OK;
to hear cable TV programs on Yamaha's speakers, set Yamaha to LD/TV;
to watch DVD or VHS, set Panasonic to Video 1 by pressing Panasonic remote's INPUT button, then 6, then OK;
to hear DVD or VHS on Yamaha's speakers, set Yamaha to VCR 1;
to record cable TV programs, press GoVideo remote's TV VIEW button a couple of times to cycle through the signal sources or until Line 1 is displayed.
The use of the splitter shown below would effectively double the AUDIO OUT of the cable box and the DVD/VCR combo to feed both the TV and the stereo. Additionally, this would allow use of the cable box and/or the DVD/VCR combo with or without the Yamaha.
Is your panel actually powering down or is the back light going on and off? That would be a more serious issue but let's try the simplest thing first. Make sure your Remotes Power button isnt stuck down. I have seen this happen before and it will just keep sending out power commands toggling the set On and Off.
Take the batteries out of the remote and see if it continues to do that. Sometimes the button pads get stuck down.