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No Component? I have tried hoocking up many component devices, (playstation, hd box) however i get the same problem. The picture comes out purple and green.

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  • fshellon Oct 10, 2008

    My regza 37 inch has the same problem. Cables are in the proper spot but both my colourstream inputs have big horizontal lines of purple and green hues moving up the screen.

  • Funkinsheet Jan 26, 2009

    Similar problem, not getting any picture from the HDMI or Component connections. Get picture from the Coax connection, but thats it. maybe its an issue w/ the decoder for the HD in the TV?

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You are not connecting the red plug into the right place, possibly you connect it into the red rcd audio.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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In order to utilize more than one component, you have to have a switching device. Since it is impractical (for me, anyway) to constantly unplug one video cable on the Cinego and plug in another of a different type, you must ensure that all of your components are of the same type. You may convert somewhat between components using cable adapters, but can only do so when the conversion is one level. The levels, from highest to lowest, are thus: HD, Component, S Video, Composite. You can go from one level to another which is one above or below, but cannot jump two levels.

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