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Re: No picture with Tuner or any video inputs
The tuner and all the video imputs have something in common they all go to the signal processor IC if this IC has lost the volts it needs to operate it will not work even if it has all the signals coming to him,If you are familiar with tv service this will help you but if you are not too familiar you will need the help of a servicer to find the bad part.Let Us know if you need more help and how it goes.
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if it's no sound on the unit then check the antenna cable or the RC jack of the dvd player if connected right but if it 's having sound but no picture then there is a problem with video input connection or video amp. itself.
Probably not. Better picture results are achieved with either S-Video, standard RCA AV cable (yellow-white-red), or YUV component cable (red-green-blue) (component output does not have audio - this requires extra cable to be connected). The video via either one of these 'AV' connections is stunning (based on a standard 16:9 LCD TV using a Panasonic DVD recorder).
RF tends to be lower quality - as opposed to AV/digital input. AV input/YUV component handles digital better. No one connects their DVD devices to their TV via RF (either directly to the antenna socket or with a modulator/attenuator) anyway. Because a VCR is mostly analogue, it will work fine with an RF connection, but DVD is digital, and so won't work as well, if at all.
RF also goes through the tuner in a TV, creating cross-interference, whereas AV is a direct input and is separate to the tuner.
I would say an RF modulator would not be designed to handle the output frequency that your DVD device generates. Throw the modulator out, or perhaps get another TV, or use RCA cables instead if the TV has AV inputs. Whichever is cheaper and easier, but don't use RF accessories except a standard antenna if/as required.
This is Teac's description of what this unit can do.
TEAC's TV Tuner enables video and regular Television viewing on a notebook or desktop PC. Simply, turn your notebook PC into a portable TV! TEAC's USB TV Tuner is the smallest video capture USB2 device available today. The tuner allows you to watch, capture, and record your favorite TV/CATV, VCR, DVD or Video Camcorder on your PC, then burn them to VCD, SVCD or DVD disc with your CD or DVD Burner. Simply connect your analog cable or antenna to TEAC's TV Tuner, grab the remote and you are all set! The Tuner can be used to record video files or TV programs in DVD quality. With the bundled MPEG-1/MPEG-2 Encode software, recording a favorite video or TV program can be easily done. MPEG editor can be used to edit video files, which can then be burned into VCD, SVCD, DVD by using CD/DVD Maker software. The Tuner can support multiple video inputs, including S-Video, Composite Video, Coaxial/Antenna TV connector. It is a DVD quality TV/Video recorder.
Can you switch between tuner and inputs?
If not then you may have a number of problem i.e;input selector or controller i.c.
If you can switch to tuner(cable) and do not get picture then you may want to check your tv cable connection at the back and along the line (splitters) or your tuner may be defective
You didn't mention from where your signal originates and that clue screen is common to many sets and means it is seeing no input signal.
The set would seem to be functional, otherwise you wouldn't be seeing the input selection menu.
While it is possible that the RF section/tuner (that handles the signal coming in) has failed, these are pretty solid.
If you have another set or can borrow one to connect to whatever source you have (antenna, cable, satellite) to see if a signal is, in fact, there.
As an alternative, you could connect your own signal source; VCR, DVD player, or, as it offers, HDMI or a PC and set it to whichever input you have supplied with signal.
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
alot of sets turn solid blue when the signal is lost . check your antenna or cable inputs might be chewed up by pets mostly.
try feeding in a dvd player, or VCR signal and see if that plays on channel 3 or 4 ... if not you might need a new tuner.
I was told that in order to view 2 different channels at the same time u have to subscribe to SKYCable and use the digital input instead of the antenna input and the antenna input you will have to use the regular antenna since there is only one tuner in the TV