JVC DVD player was working fine while connected to a large screen TV. After purchasing a new DVD recorder/player, this JVC was transferred to a smaller 19" flat screen TV. Immediately upon hooking up all DVDs playing now show dual images on the screen. All technical assistance from JVC company advises this item is malfunctioning and needs to be discarded and replaced. This was a very good product and it seems inconceivable moving from one TV to another would destroy function. Any suggestions would be appreciated. (1st TV was Samsung 2nd was Toshiba - incompatibility?) JVC XV-SA70BK/XVSA756D
You have set the DVD to progressive output for your big tv. The little one will not accept this.
Your manual will tell you how to reset it. The remote may be needed. Reconnect it to the big tv and check the menus.
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These instructions should be very similar to hooking up to your lg recorder
Hope this helps
Plug the white and red audio cables into the left and right Audio OUT ports on the back panel of the DVD player. The ports should be color-coded white and red as well, but if not, connect the white plug to the left audio and the red to the right.
Connect the yellow plug to the Video OUT port on the DVD player.
Plug the other ends of the three cables into the matching composite AV IN jacks on the back of the JVC LCD TV.
Turn on the DVD player and the JVC set, then press and release the "Input" button repeatedly on the TV remote control until the DVD screen appears on the LCD panel.
just hooked up with an rca cable from the output jack ( audio/video ) of your dvd recorder then the other end connect to the input jack of the tv. then set your tv at the same time the dvd player to record.
They don't "communicate". Communication implies bidirectional transfer of info. Your TV is just a monitor. You need to feed the VCR/DVD Recorder with what ever you want to record. The TV is just used to verify what you're recording and to watch it playback. Think about the direction of signal... ANT/CABLE ---> VCR ---> TV
Make sure the materials you're trying to record onto the DVD
is not Copyrighted. Try to record a normal TV program onto your
VHS, transfer it to your DVD and then play it. See if that will
work. A VHS movie is usually Copyrighted and Protected by
Macrovision. The picture output can be displayed on a TV set
for viewing but is scrambled black to a DVD Recorder.