Question about Samsung Televison & Video
You shouldn't need to make any adjustments to a TV when playing a DVD. If the DVD is external the only problems that I can think of is either the DVD player itself is defect or the cables you used are swapped (if they are composite - 3 video and 2 audio cables). Or, of course, if the cable is defective.
Either way, whenever you have a problem with a new TV that you can't seem to resolve I always advise you to return it to store.
I mean that;s why you pay premium in the first place - because of the protection level you have when buying a new stuff.
It may be something simple, but do you want a TV that;s been designed so that you can;t achieve something simple ?!
Or it may be something not so simple in which case you sure want it returned and exchanged at the very least.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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