Dvd player only plays in b&w, and connectors dont seem to match up with tv
I have a Pioneer XV-dv55 and the plasma tv has scart and Y/Pb/Pb connectors. The Pioneer does not seen to label its ouputs, and I can only get a black and white picture (sound is fine)whatver way I connect them up.
Re: dvd player only plays in b&w, and connectors dont...
I had this problem too. I had to use the cables that have red white and yellow and the back of the dvd player had red whit yellow but also had another set of red blue and green. I had to hook white to white,yellow to green and red to blue and it fixed it. Hope this helps
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Go into the player's setup menu and make sure it's set for the kind of
connection you're actually using (component, S-video, composite).
Also make sure the connections are pushed "all-the-way-in"
Lose connections can cause B&W picture.
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1st check your cables are inserted into the subwofer (which is the powersource)
however it sounds as though you have switched the player to mono mode to reset it try this
2. On your remote press the system button with the green ring around it
3. Then press the dts button (number 7) keep pressing it until the auto option appears (watch the little black display screen)
hope fully that should fix it
I am assuming that you no longer have the manual other wise you would have checked in there? But if you do and this does not work try read the first few pages on setting up the sound for your system.
Yes no worries, you simply need to get the Voltage, Current & Polarity right, this should be marked somewhere usually though, it is Plus +, to Center Pin, with Negative -, on the outer. Mostly 9 - 12 VDC. The Current MUST be over an Amp. A switched Mode PSU would be best, transformer supplies my not provide "Clean" enough DC. Check it out carefully you should have no worries.
I've had mine for nine (9) years and it fine, first make sure all coloured wire are connected to the sub correctly, press sys on your remote then press button 8 to test if the speakers are working then increase the volume to hear the spaekers. so to link TV audio/sound with DVD press sys then A-2 on the DVD remote, I hope these will solve ur problem?
I know you were looking for a free solution you could do in a matter of seconds and sorry it didnt work out that way. Regardless, I hope I pointed you in the right direction and feel free to ask if you have any more question.