When trying to connect dvd player to tv, i get sound but no picture, tried several ways and tv's but no luck. The main tv i'm trying ,connects in the front and has input (front) for connection. Rca connector is red,white and yellow on one end and black and yellow on the other. What am i doing wrong
Obviously you already already have the correct cable! However, the audio inputs to the TV set are RED and WHITE, not both white. You could get sound if only one was plugged in properly and no picture if the yellow plug was mistakenly put into the other audio input. Just make sure you have the yellow plug to TV's video input. If you get no video then, maybe you have a bad cable for video only. Test it out on another TV or in a different video input on the same TV.
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Re: How to connect dvd to tv
You need to use the supplied cable from zenith to make the correct connections. The cable is a three in one cable. The dvd side of the cable is a single connection. This connection go's into the a/v out next to the power jack input. The other end of the cable goes into the television. Yellow cable into the video input and the two white cables in to the audio inputs. this is the correct way to connnect the dvd to the television.You can get technical support from Zenith at this telephone number. 1-800243-4994. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
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I have the same problem. Good picture with no sound at all. I have a LG DVX583KH and LG TV LM7200. I connected the DVD player to TV via HDMI cable, I have a clear picture but no sound. I try to hook up the DVD to other TV and it works both sound and picture. Please help
Could be several things. Suggest you check the scart connection to the TV. Is it in the right socket? Is it fully plugged in? Have you selected the right input on the TV? Try a different Scart lead if you have one.
did you tried to replace the cable or tried using different tv unit just to isolate first where the main cause if the dvd player itself or with in the tv.how about using other component input and port have you been already tried.
I have same problem sound but no picture, have tried it on 2 different tv's but no luck, have tried 2 different hdmi leads (both Bush 26602bu) but no luck. I even thought it was the port on my tv but it works fine with another dvd player and the same lead. I even returned the dvd player and exchanged it, still the same... It's driving me nuts... Help please......
I have my television outputs connected to the inputs on the ILO. I then select that set of inputs with the SOURCE button rather then using the built in tuner. Make sure you connect the Video closest to the audio inputs(or... least confusing, try the three front inputs) Hook antenna to tv
I don't know how you connect the unit to the tv. Let's just start on basic: composite video/audio(yellow-video, white/red-audio) connect to TV composite video/audio input behind the TV. If the audio works but no picture,try to use another video input behind the tv.if that still doesn't work,use a different video cable! Good luck!
When you say No picture?? s the Picture all black Like theres no video? Try checking the video input on the tv or the cables from the player. If the inputs and cables are bad then theres a poroblem in the video processor in the dvd player and the only way to vix that would be to get a schematic diagram and a scope and trace out the video and see where it disapears. Good Luck