I think it's on PAL mode or either way I really dont have any idea about this but the picture is on Black and White.. How will I change the setting thru remote control 'coz I've check on the manual but it's not on the manual.. Thanks
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1. Your player has an NTSC mode that's not mentioned in the manual (would explain the black and white image), and somehow your son pressed the right buttons. Try a Google search on your model number and see if anyone else has posted instructions on how to change modes.
2. Your TV can interpret NTSC and PAL systems per input, and there's a menu setting to adjust it. (you can eleimante this possibility by connecting the player to a different TV)
3. The player is shot and it's time for a new one.
Yes there is video format for our TV and dvd players. NTSC & PAL...
NTSC SYSTEM SELECTED IN TV & DVD PLAYER PLAY PERFECT NTSC CDS & DVDS, BUT IF PAL CD OR DVD IS INSERTED SUCH PROBLEM COMES. EVEN IF, THE DVD PLAYER SETTING IS KEPT AS PAL, AND WE INSERTING THE CORRECT CD OR DVD AND ALSO IT SHOW BLACK & WHITE PICTURE, ETC.... so please check your video system in TV, DVD PLAYER and check the CD or DVD you are inserting is of same video format you have set in DVD player.
Could be that some combination of the progressive scan and the line input is confusing your system. Sometimes the line doubler on the TV set causes this when recieving a 480p input. If this effect doesn't reproduce on another set, then there you have it.
Try turning progressive scan off, or change between the analog(yellow) video, the component(RGB), and the S video(fat one with pins).
No I dont think a defective cable could cause no color but you never know in this world of wacky electronics.. I would first check in the menu and see if theres a video output mode and make sure its in the mode that your tv is Like pal seacam or ntsc.. if this is all in the norm then i would say that you have a croma demod problem in your dvd player and unless you have a scope and a print showing where the croma couples to the video then its time for a pro BUT if it works on the RGB output then you really dont need the video output.