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Re: sony plasma & green DVD
Yes, you have wrong connection setup with component video input of tv. pls hook up blue to blue, green to green and red to red in components input and out out of dvd player. if no success, try another cable. hope problem will be solved.
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If you have a usb input and the set has the correct codecs built in, you will be able to watch a movie. May not work with all files. The usb input on a dvd blue ray will usually work with everything however.
It sounds like your tv might be on the way out. You will have to check this by putting another device on it. If the TV is working fine for all your channels then it is the DVD player or the DVD. A Blu Ray will not work on all TVs or all DVD players without what is called a scan converter.
Are you using a component video connection (3 wires for the video, colored red, green, and blue)? It sounds as though you are, but correct me if you are using a different connection as the steps will be different. If so, ensure that they are all connected. You can also unplug one at a time while watching the picture. If the colors DON'T change when unplugging any individual wire, then check that wire from end to end looking for cuts/corrosion/etc... If necessary, replace the cable. Also make sure that they're plugged in to the right jacks, they should be color coded. NOTE: there is a red jack for the video AND for the audio. Check carefully that these aren't mixed up.
Ur tv is missing a blue color.U tv might have a bad incomming broadcasting signal cable.Try watch a DVD movie,to make sure,if u have all three colors guns like R,G,B on the tv.If DVD movie have the same problems,than ur tv have a dying tv Tuner signal board,that take in the incomming broadcasting signal cable.
The series of the cable should go green red blue into the back. if you put the green in the red and the red into the green it give the TV a red base to go off of for the picture so everything is red. The reason the green cable won't is because it transmits a black and white picture which allows it a nice base to add the green and red to.
on some dvd players and surround sound systems have a thing called DRC (dynamic range compression) you can us that and it will help it a little. i have come across the same problem but im after a digital on to run with plex or vlc on a mac. im having to route it through protools to use a compressor on there, but thats eating my resources.
The reason the picture is blue on the DVD is because you have poor video cables running the feed, probably RCA yellow cable im guessing. Get some nice component cables for the DVD feed and it will fix you right up.
If you are lucky, it could be an open resistor or defective IC. Otherwise, I see a new TV in your future as the Plasma display would cost nearly $5500 for the part alone. If the fireplace is used much, I would not mount a TV above it, especially a plasma set which generates a lot of heat all by itself. If the fireplace is only used occasionally and you want to put the replacement set in the same spot, then I would consider a LCD model instead.