I have a lightning mcqueen 13' tv model# C1310ATV, and a little purple car-DVD player model # C8000 for my grandson, I cannot get dvd to play on tv? Should I hook it up(dvd) to back of tv or the front of tv, and if so, is there a switch over button for dvd to normal tv watching. TV is hooked up to Direct tv and plays fine. But can't get dvd to play on tv, I've tryed channels 2, 3, and 4. But no picture. Again is there a switch over button or auxiliary button or ???
Your help and consideration, concerning this problem will be greatly appreciated by my grandson and myself. Thanks
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It isn't a channel, you will need to switch the video mode from cable TV to auxiliary inputs (i.e. VCR, DVD player, games, etc). The process for doing this varies from TV to TV but generally the remote will have a button that says 'Input' or 'Video' and that will switch it.
Try hooking up your PS2 through your DVD player. Connect the coloured jacks to the corresponding inputs in the back of the DVD player instead of directly to the TV.
Failing this, buy a cheap RF cable (you can get these at any game or hardware store), this will enable you to connect your PS2 to the aerial outlet at the back of the TV.
Hope this helps!
Well this might happen but not to worry. You can try out the steps yourself
You need to check that the input mode of the TV is just right for the connector in use on the playstation 3 computer entertainment system.
Check using another cable that is compatible with the PS2. Sometimes there might be a problem with the cable in use.
In few occasion the video settings on the play station 2 do not match those of the cable or TV in use. In that case there might not be pictures on the screen. If the screen goes blank, switch off the system.
After this, with only the PS2 and the TV connected, touch the systems' power button for more than 5 seconds to switch the system back on. The video output settings will automatically be reset to the standard resolution.
The channel can be either Aux if you use the Yellow, Red, White(composite) those are what the PS2 came stock. If you Used the RF modulator to hook it up using coaxil cable then its channel 3 or 4 depending which you have it set and If you bought the component cable(so you can take advantage of 480p for the dvd player) then it will be the channel labeled component. Just a note if you do use the last cable(component) I mentioned you will not be to play Playstation 1 (PS2 backwords compatible) games because they are not able to be viewed in 480p.
1. DVD has lots of scratches 2. Regional Settings 3. Incorrect DVD settings for PS2 4. No/Incorrect Disc
1. Clean your discs well and avoid incurring scratches. Place it in its box after use. 2. DVDs have encoding. They are encoded by regions. Thus, you cannot play region 2 DVDs on a US Playstation mainly because the US Playstation 2 can only read DVD that are encoded in Region 1 or those DVDs that are encoded for all regions. Again, US PS2 are region 1 capable. Japanese PS2s are Region 2 Capable. 3. There are a number of settings for the DVD playback of your PS2. First is the rating of the DVD. If you want to watch a rated R movie, make sure your PS2 allows viewing of R movies. You'll be setting this during the first time that you'll be watching a DVD. It's just the same as real theaters. It is also protected with password so you need the person who set it up the first time in order to bypass the rating settings.
4. Put in a DVD first and make sure that it is a Movie. And, check #2.
For me it sounds like the TV treats the incomming signal as a SVHS signal. I have had the same problem with a SEGA dreamcast back in the days. In my case it was a quite simple setting in one of the TV menus.
Try different video inputs. (and SCART adapters) This is also is a important step. Some older TV's doesn't have SVHS support at some of the SCART inputs, and in your case that will be a good thing. But as you said, you maybe already have tried this.
Don't know if this was any help for you but i wish you good luck! (Because PS2 is still really fun playing)
unhook the cable box from the tv and hook that cable into the ant in on the modulator and run the output of the modulator to the tv.set the modulator and tv on channel 3.you may have to turn off the cable box to play ps2.please give me a rating if this was helpful,if you need more help just ask
Do you mean a Playstation 2? If so, buy a SCART to component converter (like a SCART plug but with yellow white and red inputs) Put it in one of the SCART sockets and plug in your PS2. Hope that helps...