Question about Televison & Video
Hello again. I should have been more specific (posted this before I had done all my homework). The TV is actually a TV/VCR combination machine. I believe that the problem may be that the signal from the DVD player passes through the VCR component before reaching the screen, and DVD discs with macrovision coding will cause the fade-out phenomenon. Is there any way around this? Would an RF convertor (DVD signal going into antenna aerial) or a digital video stabiliser be worth trying? I really don't want to ditch the TV/VCR yet as it is a brilliant machine, and I don't want all the extra clutter of separate VCR, cables, remotes etc. Thanks
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
This sounds like a compatability issue.
If you buy a new DVD, you gotta buy a new T/V to go with it.
Alternatively, you could try a scart box and cable through that.
Or try outputting through the antenna via coax, see if any of these resolve your problems.
Regards Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
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