Recently everytime we try and watch on our dvd player, the color is primarily in green and red tones....what happened to the other colors? it's disturbing enuf to deter watching....I love my movies. help sos. signed, movie hag
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Re: dvd color is off
Depending on how it is configured to your TV it could be high contrast with the TV. One thing you might want to try is replacing the video cable if you have a spare. If you are using an RF modulator and watch DVDs on Channel 3, you might want to replace the coax line between the box and the TV set.
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The HDMI should work hooked directly to tv through An HDMI input but if it doesn't, try either watching yourself or have someone watching while you twist and try to push all three(blue, green ,red) connectors into their in/out jacks. I feel composite gives you better picture anyway> the HDMI is just easier because it carries sound and audio. Anyway, one of your jacks is probably not in all the way>
the problem is at the crt base .there r three red,blue n green o/put.verify if there is dry in the soldering n check the red cathode voltage it must b around 150 .if not then check the resistor that feeds the red o/put.it could b 12 to 15k.
all crt have 3 driver color red blue n green,whenever one driver not working the color changes.that wat happened to ur tv
now i do not know wat model u have.the drivers may b transistors or now its ic that r being used like tda 6103q.best of luck
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For the Sony DVP-SR200P there could be multiple reasons for it only showing in B&W.
Was this a recent problem, is this a new hook-up, has it always been this way?
In the setup menu there is a setting for Custom Picture Mode. Could someone have turned the color down? You can go to the setup menu and "Reset" the player to the factory settings.
How is this connected to your TV? Check all cables to make sure they are plugged in, test each one by unplugging it, and then plug it back in fully.
If you are using a composite cable (1 cable yellow plug), be sure you have plugged it in from yellow to yellow.
If you are using the component (3 cables red-green-blue plugs) hook-up, be sure you are using cables only designed for component hook-up, and have plugged them in correctly, red to red, green to green, blue to blue (Be sure you've plugged the red cable into the red video not red audio).
Are the cables in good condition? No breaks, loose connectors, they weren't smashed under a piece of furniture? Have you tried a different set of cables?
Test the DVD player on another TV. Does the same thing happen? Did you "Reset" the DVD player? Maybe the DVD player is bad?
Find another DVD player and test it with your TV. Does it work OK, or is it black and white too? Maybe the connectors on the TV are bad? Is there a custom setting on the TV for that connection? On some TVs you can adjust the settings for each input (INPUT 1, INPUT 2, ....) maybe the color setting is turned down?
There are may possibilities, but these are some of the basic things to check.
Good day sir, your inquiry about the green lcd screen can be caused by several things. 1. The monitor/tv produces 3 colors, red green and blue, the tv mixes these three colors to produce the picture. a loss of red and blue produces this green screen. so check the cable, specially the red and blue jack of the component inputs, and the red and blue cable. 2. there may be loose contact on the signal cable. try using the video input instead of the component input. 3. the dvd player may have the problem, check the player component out jack. a loose jack port can cause these problem. hope this may help. thanks
Do you have your DVD player running through your receiver? You want the red and white (audio) cables to go from your DVD player to your receiver and the yellow (video) cable to go from your DVD player to your TV. Separate the red, white, and yellow cable into separate strands if you need to, but be careful not to tear the insulation. They should pull apart fairly easily. If I'm totally off or you're using a coaxial or component video/audio cables or a fiber optic cable, let me know. Hope this helps
That happened to me when I went switched from S-Video to the red, green, blue component cables. If thats the case you will need to change your VIDEO OUT settings on your DVD player to one of the YUV settings.