I bought an up-conversion dvd player from zenith and I hooked it up to the component inputs. whenever I try to bring the resolution anywhere above 480i I get a distorted terrible picture- i can't even make it to 720. Is this tv not equipped to handle such resolutions? what do i do to get them- I have tried with protected and unprotected dvds and the same thing happens.
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Try getting the Green component output and put it on the Yellow composite input. Your picture should be black and white. Then you can see the video to change the resolution back to where you need it. Hope this helps.
Yes you will need component cable and you can attach your xbox to the front left of this combo. You will have to select the correct auxillary input once the xbox is connected so you are able to view on your tv.
You probably need to change the incoming input signal on your tv.
In other words, your audio is coming directly out from your dvd player, and going directly to the audio power amp.
Your video does the same thing, except it goes to your tv. Your tv has multiple places for "incoming" signals to hook in to it. Take a look at where you're hooking your video in - the input should be marked ... something like "Component 1" "Component 2" "HDMI 1" "HDMI 2" ... something like that.
On your remove, there will be a button that says, "Input." When you push this, you will see that your TV brings up an input selection window. Pressing the "input" button on your remote should scroll through the ports on the tv. Briefly pause on each input selection to see if it begins receiving a video signal from your DVD player.
HDMI signal from DVD can not be down converted to analog component signal.
Connect your new DVD to a component input 1..4. Make sure that component input assigned to desired input (dvd/vcr/sat/) (setup - input setup - input - component assign - component x etc). Connect coax output of DVD to coax x input of the receiver and assign it (setup- input setup - "input" - digital assign ..). Probably you need to setup DVD output resolution to 720i or 720p in dvd setup menu.
Newer directv hd receivers must connect to the av input (yellow,red, white) connections on the back/front/side of your tv. If your tv only has one of these av inputs then you will need an RF modulator for your dvd player. You will connect the (yellow,red, white) connections from the dvd player to the rf modulator and then connect the tv out on the rf modulator to the tv rf jack ( the silver threaded barrel on the back of the tv) Tune your tv to channel 3 to watch a dvd and then back to the av input channel for the directv receiver.
First, you have to set your Blu-Ray player to output 1080i (the highest resolution that the Mitsubishi WS-55511 can support). Then you hook up the player via component to the DTV component input on your set (it's the only input that can handle 480i/p and 1080i).
Yes coming in her VCR with Cable or ant, if she has satellite it would be different. Going out to tv from VCR. Then in is Input the Out is Output. RF cable connection or A/V inputs(jacks) either one same way of hookup.
If you are using the same cables,same input and the cable box works ok. I would look into the settings of the DVD player. Such as is it a progressive playback and is progressive turned on. It is not turned on by default because not all TV's could handle progressive in.