When I'm using the composite inputs (both of them) I get dark picture, really ugly :(. At the moment I switch to analog input the picture is good, but I dont have the HDTV quality anymore. The technician from Time Warner come and we tried brand new set-top/decoder box. He unpacked it in front of me. That is why I think it has something to do with my Olevia ? Is this easy fixable... send an email to Olevia nobody bothered to answer. What could be the problem.
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This 'TV' is really more of a video monitor. It has one DVI input, 2 SCARTS (1 RGB); component video input; composite video input; S-video, and stereo audio and RF inputs. Best picture would be using the component inputs if your DVD player has the outputs. If not you'll have to consider the S-video or composite (yellow) plugs. (Neither is HD capable....)
Try another input like DVDs player or game station something other than normal. For example if using the cable input. Try the HDMI port or componet or composite ports. If none of those work the then your GPU is blown. And if that is the case you will most likely be better off getting a new TV.
Have you tried changing inputs on the tv? on the remote there should be a button called "input" that will cycle through the plugs on the back of the tv. If you are using the "Green, Red, Yellow" that is composite, if u are using a single flat-end cable, it will be called HDMI. Cycle through all the inputs and when you land on the right one, the picture should show.
Press input button on remote, until you see picture.
Check how things are connected to it. If you are using the composite inputs they may not be hooked up correctly.
Try another source if you can to see if there is any difference. In some cases just switching has been known to reset this condition.
I don't believe a Black and white picture is really a symptom of the TV but rather what you are putting into it.
Hope this helps.
The first thing to do is disconnect ANYthing that is connected via HDMI and then use the component, composite or s-video inputs and see what happens. If it works ok then most likely what ever is connected to your TV via HDMI is causing the issue (it does happen). The second thing if that doesn't solve the issue is replace the lamp if its getting really dar and has never been done before. If the emmisions of the lamp are low (darker picture) the set thinks the lamp is not on and will force a restart..Please take a moment to rate my answer...Thanks
You can tune to 90 for input 1 S-video, 91 for input 1 composite and 92 for input 2 composite only. Most RCA and GE brand replacement remotes will work using code 000, or 001. I use code 237 for my 5 in 1 remote and can get PIP and the setup displays to work. tom
I have had this problem in the Field with a Client.
I had fixed it by going into the ADCOM menu and Resetting ALL of the Inputs and output for the Devices.
You have to select everything you need, then exit out of the Menu, SHUT OFF the ADCOM, WAIT about 10 secs, then turn it back on.
Or Else it Does Not SAVE Properly! Weird.
If you can not see the Menu on the TV Screen then try to hook up a Composite (Yellow) cable from the ADCOM to the TV and select the TV input to make the Changes.
I really hope this helps out it sounds like an Evasive problem which is hard not being in front of the Equipment!