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Any Incorrectly connected or defective cables can cause your DVD to display black and white images. If you Are using Component or RCA/Scart Cables follow the below steps :
You must match the colored plugs on the cable ends to the color coded jacks on your home theater and TV
39L1350U) and am trying to hook up the DVD player. ... My DVD player only plays in black and white ... My DVD player is an old Sony. .... Was using and S-Video connecting cable to the TV. ... suggested to use VIDEO instead of COLOR STREAM, I changed that in the TV menu, plug the red and while at the back of TV where ...
Jul 14, 2014 - I hooked up my DVD player and I have no color. ... you need to use the connections on the left side of the TV or on connections on the back. .... is turned on, which can cause this black and white image issue you're having. ... If the Player shows correctly on a different TV with the same hook up, and different ...
first check color level setting on the tv when on av source input. double check input you are using, yellow video input (not green)
then try another device in that same input, then try the DVD player on another tv. The problem will be either DVD player or incompatibility or bad main board in TV, but usually a DVD or compatibility problem(cheap DVD player)
This will depend on the output type(s) of your DVD player.
If the outputs on the rear of the DVD player are Yellow (vodeo), Red and White (left and right audio) then you will use standard Composite RCA cables running to the A/V inputs of matching colors on the rear of your TV.
If the DVD outputs are Red, Blue, Green (video) and Red and White (audio) then you will use Component RCA cables leading to the appropriate inputs of matching color on the rear of your television.
Both of these methods will produce a standard definition image and you made need to adjust your television to get the image to display properly. You will also need to use your remote to switch to the appropriate input you used.
In some cases newer DVD players may have an HDMI output and you can use that to connect to one of the HDMI inputs on your TV. However, this will still produce a standard definition image although the DVD player or your TV may "upscale" the image to try and produce a sharper and cleaner image.
RCA cables, both composite and component, are available at retail stores such as Walmart, Best Buy or other electronics retailers. You can also find them online via Amazon, Newegg or other electronics retailers. Most shouldn't cost much and probably considerably less than a quality HDMI cable.
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.
I had the same problem. It turned out to be my cable that went from the dvd player to the TV. I replaced with new cable & everything worked fine again. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.