Question about Televison & Video
Which model DVD player do you have? How are you connected to the TV and what model Dynex is it?
On some older TVs, you can select AV (composite) video in by going down in the channel list past channel 2. Other TVs have several inputs (composite, component or HDMI). For those, you need to press an input or source button and advance to the input on the TV that you have connected to the player to watch the DVD. Some TVs have this button on the TV; all have it on the remote. If you do not have the original remote, you will need one with a button that can match the feature. It may take searching through all of the Dynex codes for the universal remote to enable the feature (other codes may do the basic TV functions).
There are a few TVs where you can change the source from the On-screen Menu system but those are less common.
I hope this helps.
(If you want specific advice, please provide the make and model of the DVD player and the model of the TV. I may have the manuals in my stack.)
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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