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The Sony recorder is connected to the TV via the RCA cables (for both audio and video)? How many inputs does your TV have? One cable input and one RCA line in (making a total of two? Did you eliminate the possibility that the recorder might be defective by trying it on another TV?
Before connecting the the DVD to your TV First of all you have to the audio out put of your for the do the following using the setup menu.
Press SETUP button of of the DVD player to show "setup" menu. Select the audio setup the select the digital out then change to OFF from SPIDF/RAW.
Here i have added a picture which shows how to hookup the dvd player to a TV. Its for the same model that you have .
to make the connection you need two codes
1. 3.5mm stereo to two RCA (for audio)
2. 3.5mm mono to single RCA(for video)
connect the first cord to inoptical/audio and second one to video output of the dvd player.
connect the cable which comes from the video out out of dvd to the video input (yellow) of your TV. then connect the cable which comes from the inoptical/audio of the dvd player to the audio input of the TV (red and white ).
You have to select the input of your TV by pressing the AV/ source selection on the remote of the TV. check where you made the connection on the tv AV 1 or AV 2. then select the corresponding input. hope you will get it worked.
Also Added the image of the cable that you need to make the connections.
Check the remote control for its infra-red emission. Check it with fresh batteries. Check by pressing all the buttons on it; and see whether all of it generates infrared signal while pressing. If it is found OK, check and replace the infrared sensor inside the TV. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. It has details about how to check a remote control; by one among the post. Surf the site with patience. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ If the remote control is found OK; check and replace the infra-red sensor inside the TV. Contact any service technician.
new model pacific 1002mk2 (ASDA) using remote.; press open on remote press clear press 1-3-6-9 Then 0(for multiregion)
It's important to note that you will not see anything happen on screen or display! The buttons are small,so you'll have to be precise
1. PUT A REGION 2 DISC IN PLAYER
2. WHEN IT IS LOADING UP PRESS "SETUP"
3. PRESS "7" FOR MULTI REGION
4. PRESS "PAUSE/STEP"
5. PRESS PREVIOUS " |> "
6. PRESS SETUP
YOUR PLAYER IS NOW MULTI REGIONAL.. IS YOU WANT TO SET THE REGION IN STEP 3 PRESS 1 FOR USA OR WHATEVER YOU REQUIRE....
switch on.on the remote press "open/close",0,1,2,3,open/close and it plays straigt away. but nothing is shown on the screen.
It's true - a quality DVD player from Asda for £59.95. Highly recommended. This 1359 hack worked with my Pacific 1002 purchased March 03. Note. There is no on screen display or any indication on the machine when entering the hack.
Switch machine on and using the remote control only: 1. Press 'open/close' button (the draw should be left open). 2. Press the 'clear' button. 3. Press '1'. 4. Press '3'. 5. Press '6'. 6 Press '9'. 7. Press '0' (zero for multi-region). 8. Press 'open/close' button. End.
1. switch on dvd with remote (leave drawer closed) 2. Press: setup 3. press: 7 (note nothing will happen) 4. press: pause/setup button (again nothing will happen) 5. press: previous/I<< button (nothing will happen) 6. press: Next/>>I button (nothing will happen) 7. press: setup
Press the DVD button on the Philips remote. Make sure the yellow part of the RCA cable is plugged into Output/CVBS/Out on the back of the Philips, and that it is plugged into a yellow input of your TV. Change your TV channel to Av1, av2, video 1, video 2, aux, aux 2, or whatever the correct video channel is on your TV. Then press setup - you will get your picture.
In order for the coax connection to work on Ch. 3 of your TV, you will have to get an additional piece of equipment - an RF modulator. It's better just to stick with the RCA red, yellow, white cables.