I was in Menards and saw them playing a DVD on this model TV. I have a similar need for a very low cost play. If our product go over a well as I hope, we will needs hundreds of these to show our DVD's. Do you have a low cost 9 or 12 inch player that just plays DVD's?
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Hi, If you have your DVD remote it may have some setting to make it wider. You said you lost your remote to the TV. You can buy a universal remote that have some TV functions like on/off channel up/down Play/pause for DVD or CD players and VCRs. But go to a audio/video place and order a remote for your TV. Just tell them make and moder #no. It may cost a bit more than the uni- remote. Good luck
It sounds like you have a standard problem. Is the TV you are using, that gives the black and white picture, the same as the other ie, both NTSC or PAL and both on RGB or Y-C or S-Video? Check to see what is required and set the DVD player accordingly. Hope that helps.
i guess there a built in dvd player on the set and it could play most DVD format. but if you wish to use another dvd player hook up the dvd on the tv video output (DVD) to video input (TV) audio output to audio input the find the auxiliary button from either the tv or dvd
You have to replace the DVD player. The problem is that parts are not available and it's difficult to open the unit. There are about 20 screws to remove, including four screws hidden behind each fender. You have to pry the fenders and rip them off to break two brackets that hold each fender on. The fenders still hold on fine with the remaining seven tabs on each fender. You have to eject the disc to get the mouth off.
I have a working DVD player for sale. It's from a car TV with a defective picture circuit, but the player runs and I hear the movie soundtrack, so I'm 99% sure it's good. I broke the mouth off the player, but it could be glued back.
If you have a good motherboard for sale with a bad DVD player, I might buy the motherboard from you.
You need to bypass your A/V tuner for your video connections (if possible). Plug your video directly into the TV and audio into the tuner. This will also give you a cleaner signal/picture as it does not have to processed by your tuner BEFORE it goes to your tv. Think of it as cutting out the middle man. Your tuner is best left for powering your speaker and not controlling your video despite all of the available connections in the back of it.
I would also get rid of your VHS and cassette players as they are dead technology. Clean up your system and remove the clutter. This will lessen your chance of getting interference. Good luck!!
If u think that it has some thing to do with the remote control of the TV or the DVD player then firstly u must change the picture quality of the screen from higher to lower or vice versa. If this doesn't works then try playing an audio CD and then see if it is working. If it is played on the System then there is a problen with your Television and if it is not played then the DVD player is corrupt.
I think your set does not support A/V inputs. It is only able to be used as a simple TV on cable or an antenna.
For your DVD player, you can buy a modulator that can convert the A/V to RF. You can then connect it up with a CATV A/B switch so that you can switch between the modulator and the cable or antenna service. Speak with the sales rep about the details for the modulators that he is selling.
I have seen low cost modulators for under $30. Check out places like Radio Shack or Circuit City.
The quality of the DVD player will be very poor when fed to the TV through a low cost demodulator.
The only thing you can do is unplug your video out lead from your dvd /cd player while playing it, also check your menu on your sony to see if it has a blank raster setting to activate. Second, why would you want to listen to a cd thru your tv, unless you don't have a stereo or surround sound system to play it on, of which I would definately have anyway. Hope this helps...