For some reason when I'm playing XBOX 360 (hooked up to component 2) the outer inch and a half or so gets cut off. It's like the screen is zoomed in. I looked in the menu options, and when I try to change it from wide screen, to something else, it says not available. Please help!!! Thank you
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Look in the back or the front of ur tv have a (Video Audio holes In).Look in ur DVD player in the back or the front have a (video Audio holes Out).Used a component AV video cable hook both devices together.Find the Video Mode in ur tv 1 or 2,now play the DVD player with a dvd disc.Now u should be playing the content of the dvd disc.If u don't have a AV video cable,tries websites like Amazon.com,Ebay.com to buy a set of AV video cable.
If you use a component system (1 yellow video wire, 1 red audio wire and 1 white audio wire)
You will have to connect the audio wires to your cinema system and the video directly to your set.
The unfortunate part of this is that when you want to use your system, you will have to change the input of the TV AND the Cinema system.
The same would be true if you wanted to use the DVD connectors (YBPBR). You would connect the video to the TV and the audio to the Panasonic unit.
The system you have is meant more for just playing DVD's and not a total cinema system. This is why there are limited (extremely limited) video inputs. The system is mostly for output of sound and of a the built in DVD video.
Well I have the same problem and I have been looking for an adapter for quite a while now and cant find anything... So i ended up cutting the end off my coax cable being careful not to strip off the outer wires( just like I was going to put a new end on it) leaving the middle wire about 1 1/4" long (enough to bend it in half) then I shoved the middle wire into the middle hole of the rf input and wrapped the outer silver wire around the outside and ran electrical tape around the whole thing so it wouldn't ground itself out and I'm picking up the channels perfectly. Hope this helps
Just happened to see your black box problem associated with your T.V.; Thought I would pass along an idea for you to check into, and let me know if it helped...Check into whether or not it has a onscreen text block mode, if it gets into this mode by accidentally pressing the wrong buttons on the remote and or TV, it could and I have seen, at least with zeniths, a big black box which will cover the whole screen except for a 2 to 4 inch border around the box and outer edge of the screen...if this is the case, find someone familiar with the correct setting for the set associated with this problem, and get it back into the right mode....Hope this helps..T.
The same thing happened to me. The manual on polaroid.com says to press and hold the F button (located at the top of the remote) and press the mute button at the same time. This will unlock as well as lock the TV. It's a child safety feature.
there is what is called a "dew sensor" in a lot of vcr's that keep you from playing a tape if it senses moisture in the unit because a tape will stick to the video head and get all bunged up. sometimes they go bad and will keep you from playing a tape even when there is no moisture present. if your are electronically inclined you can take the back off and locate the dew sensor, then disconnect it. the constant whirring noise is the unit's way of trying to dry off the video head cylinder. the dew sensor, which is usally located behind the video head, is a dark grey thing about a half inch by half inch and has two wires going to it.