Question about TruTech TT320
Some dvd's have a switch on the back to take it out of progressive scan, its usually very small and had to spot if it exists.
This is what I found that works, this is what you need:
* 1 single rca-to-rca cable
I'm assuming you are using the Svideo or component cable(s) for your video to
your receiver or to your tv.
For me, I have game hookup on the front of my tv, so it was really quick.
Just connect the "video out" from the back of the dvd to the video in some other input
(so you don't have to disconnect the svideo or component cables)
Switch to the *other* output on your tv using the tv/video button or something.
That should get you to be able to see the setup menu.
Once you get there... write down the 'remote' keypad sequence in the manual or something so that you can do it blind without getting up from the couch.
Hope that works.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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