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Fading dvd picture

Hey, I have the exact same problem as you did, the dvd picture fading to dark and back when I run it from a Sony vcr using 3 rca to 3 rca. The vcr is hooked to an old SHarp tv with only a coaxial out like yours. Did you ever figure out how to fix the problem? Thanks. Ted

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An RF modulator would probably be easier to find. You can pick them up anywhere. Hook your DVD player to that and it will convert to a coax output.

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DVDs are recorded in Macrovision* format which distorts the video when playing through a VCR. This is an anti recording device to prevent duplication. You can try finding a decoder that connects between the player and VCR to override this

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If you buy a new DVD, you gotta buy a new T/V to go with it.
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