My pet706/05 will play fine through a 2nd screen using AV output, but there is no sound or picture on the main unit. Actually, on start up you can very faintly see some movement on the main screen but it disapears
The sound workd OK througn the headphone sockets
Any ideas ??
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After some experimenting, I have found that the TDV-98FB4 player will play files from USB if they are encoded using MediaCoder and the video output is set to MPEG-4 inside an mp4 container, or if the video output is xvid inside an avi container.
If its the red white and blue AV cable on both ends yes you can. If its a red white and blue AV on one end and a audio looking jack on the other end you can too. They sell all those cords at Radio shack or most electronic stores.
If the DVD is connected to the TV properly using the yellow, white & red AV cable and the TV is switched to AV and there is still no picture, plug the yellow lead from the back of the DVD player into the green socket. If you see a black and white picture now the DVD output is on Progressive Scan mode. See user manual to turn off Progressive Scan mode.
Go to Radio Shack. You're going to need an IPod dock that has video playback capability, an av cable with the three av outputs. Then you will need a mini jack cable that plugs into the video and another mini jack stereo cable for the sound. You made need a coupler as well.
They only make home cables for Ipod systems. The other wires will convert the home cables for portable DVD use.
Combo DVD/VCR players don't output the VHS with Component Video. Most of the time, it won't output over the S-Video either. The high end outputs are ONLY for DVD output. You must run a yellow wire, or use coax cable to get the video. Same goes for the optical digital sound out. It's only for DVD use.