We buought a new samsung 27" flat screen tv. When we start it works properly and also we can see its color properly. But if we connect a dvd player to watch a movie we cant see its color. we can see only black and white image.
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Re: no colour when dvd player connected to tv
There are two things you should look for 1 check your video wire that you connect from the dvd to the tv the the vodeo wire has two yellow connectors maybe the wire is broken .2 maybe your tv or dvd is set to pal check both push the pal button on the dvd remote and see what it does.good luck
I would try a different set of cables to hook up the dvd player, sounds like you either have bad wires or bad ports on either the tv or dvd player. Test each and see which one it is, hopefully it's only a set of cables.
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Nice big screen but CRTs are getting old So, if you can't set correct colors with your Hyundai it might have some serious issue with tube. Probably replacement might cost you more then a new new 27" Flat Panel. See some tutorial and info about bad color of CRT
Fix your own CRT Television Color Problem
Check the TV by connecting it to an external antenna. If it works well with external antenna, check the input selection done after connecting the DVD player. Check whether Power to the DVD player is pluged in and it has been switched ON.
Make sure you are matching the colors properly ie a yellow cable can only go into a yellow hole---not a green one and etc. It could be the cables themselves if you are matching colors exactly or it could be the dvd player itself of the television (not likely).
If your tv has video in socket (yellow color)and audio in socket(white color),you will connect the dvd player audio video output. it will give give clarity picture. your tv have not av socketyou can connect your dvd player audio video output to converter audio video input.And then connect to converter RFout to tv Rf input(antenna socket)and tune the tv you wlii get picture.
It sounds connections are not matched yet. Make sure connections are green to green, red to red and blue to blue in dvd player and tv are correct. Try another component video cable. If problem still exist, test dvd player to any other tv, found ok then component input of this TV is bad, need to get it repaired.
the red and black are the same as the red and white, these are the audio left and right channels. the yellow plug is the video plug. the next thing you have to check is wheather your tv has video 1 and 2 channels
good day, if youre saying that you program the DVD to work on channel 2 or 4 does it mean you convert the signal of your dvd player from A/V output to RF out?
because the simpliest way to connect your DVD player to TV screen is by using RCA cable ( 3 wired cable being color marked as yellow/red/white) yellow = video red and white = audio
the connection would be: from dvd back part you'll see colored socket yello/red and white. connect the RCA to those socket following the same color .
and from the TV screen there should be A/V input socket. can be locate at the BACK/Side or FRONT of the screen marked as "INPUT" ( AV1, AV2,AV3 if multiple inputs). Then select which input you want to place your DVD player ex.AV1 (from AV1 there will be 3 scoket in a row, yellow/red/white)
Connect the other end of your RCA cable following the same color code to TV "AV1 INPUT" yellow = yello/red =red/white=white. then from the remote commander of your TV screen locate a button marked as "TV/AV" or "A/V" press this button until the screen display switch to AV1.
Assuming you have picture on the TV when hooked up to cable, antenna or satellite I would take the DVD player to a friends house to see if it worked on their set (using your cables of course). If you can't get a picture on your TV no matter what, then it could be either the Jungle IC or EEPROM IC inside the set. Since it displays "No Video Signal" on the screen, that leaves out the High Voltage section of the TV. My main suspicion would be the video cable or settings on the DVD or TV.