Question about Televison & Video
First off, you may need to check if the RCA ports you are using on the DVD is the same with the TV, like "video out" on the DVD should be on the "Video In" of the TV, there are times that the cable for video out goes to the one of the ports on component in. also you may check on the RCA cable itself check for damages on the entire length because exposed wires can also give out poor quality.
what TV are you using by the way?
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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