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When i am in dvd mode the picture is in black & white with a code YPbPr

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Make sure the PAL-NTSC shift is correct.

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YPbPr refers to the 3 wire component cables designed for HD presentation. These would be RCA type (red, green and blue coponents). 'One" can assume that your DVD is currently set up for HD but you do not have the proper cables attached.

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

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