I was removing my dvd player from my cable box as it is no longer supported and was checking to see if my t.v. had the right connections in the back for the dvd player. I played around with the plugs in the back one labeled " F " and one " S " and that's when the colour on my t.v. went extremely dark. i tried fixing the problem with the menu by resetting to factory settings , didn't help . i checked all connections and plugs but nothing helped , picture is still dark and fuzzy with shadows . please help
Sounds like you've entered the "service mode" where you're seeing the chroma (color) signal only.
What type of connectors are the F and S? RCA? F?
This set is no longer made which makes it hard to research. By any chance, is there a small switch on the back that says "normal - service"?
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Hi, I have a Sony Grand Wega LCD Projection TV that has a blotted gray streak across the front of the screen. I only use a damp cloth to clean the window and that doesn't seem to help. It really shows up on light pictures and is unnoticed when the picture is a little darker. What can I do to fix this problem???
sometimes you can get the cable mixed up on the video. Make sure you have the right color cable in the right slot. The white and red cables are for sound only and they have to connect in the same gouping as the video cables.
You will have to connect your DVD player to the plasma TV, not the cable box. The cable box (or most cable boxes) have video outputs only. The same is true for the DVD player: it outputs the video to the tv.
Look in your DVD manual for scenarios for connecting your player to the tv.
You won't need the VCR, that's only used for a cable box, and since you have one now there is no need. You'll want to connect everything with the better video plugin possible. Composite (red, white, yellow) is the worst, then s-video, then component (red, blue, green), then DVI, then HDMI. That will square your video. Then send all audio signals to the Denon. These cables are usually the red and white cables.
Plug everything into the Denon to the appropriate input. Then connect the monitor to the video out of the Denon.