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Component Video losing sync with too much White signal

Whenever my receiver gets a video signal with too much white in the image the component video sync to the TV drops out, and I get a Blue screen. As soon as the white-out image goes away the Receiver syncs back up with the TV.

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  • Edward Stewart
    Edward Stewart May 11, 2010

    How much is too much white? Like a white title screen? Cause this is simply the receiver not sensing image data. If it is happening on shots with a white background and other colours or subjects in the foreground it may suggest a problem. What happens to the same video sources connected directly to the TV, does it lose synch there?

  • Lois Doreen
    Lois Doreen Feb 11, 2014

    Fast forward 2014....Our Sceptre tv has been doing this for years. Called Sceptre years ago about the problemand they sounded clueless. Said we could mail the tv to them in California. we live in Washington. It happens when the screen is predominantly whit, as in TMobile commercials, or now, Olympic snow slopes. Any other suggestions

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I had this exact same issue. I tried two different component AV switches, and shorter cables to prevent signal loss, but any time there was too much white on the screen, the video still lost sync. Plugging the sources directly into the TV solves this problem, but since I have a DVD player, a game console, etc, this was not acceptable. The way I resolved it was to (sadly?) buy an expensive component AV switch that can support the bandwidth without losing the signal.
I wound up spending the extra money on a Key Digital 4x1 component switch. It is much more expensive, but it works.

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BASICS .

1 We will examine together in a progressive way the different typs of cables available with a breaf description ,starting with the worst type of cable to the best

I would like to specify i will show 2 pictures 1 the connecter on a tv 2 the cable that goes with this connecter

No 1 Coaxial cable Coaxial cables have been around for a very long time until the end of the 70 s begine 80 s this was the only available cable .
Whats important to know about coaxiale cable is that audio and video signals pass all together this obligates a lot a filtration to seperate signals creating a lot of noise

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