The connection board or your digital board is bad change the connection board first it is cheaper, then if that does not solve the problem change the digital control board, this is the board where your control panel and connection board is connected to....
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Not all models have cable inputs, if you don't readily see a cable input, you will have to use the RGB inputs or composite input. You may have to acquire a converter to convert cable to RGB or Component input.
depend on tv input; if it's only one rca input mean is composite video; if are 3 rca input mean rgb video. so from dvd you need a scart to composite or rgb. on tv usually is AV or AUX channell. try to find a universal remote to select properly the channel. bye
This can be caused by an incorrect signal feeding your LCD. Normally, the green channel can carry the synchronizing signal along with the green part of the picture, but if it does not terminate properly it will make the whole picture green. The Syncmasters usually have Composite, RGB/Yr-y b-y, VGA and RF inputs. It could also be that the LCD is in RGB mode and you are feeding it Yr-y b-y. (or vice- versus). Make sure, if your using the component input, (RGB) that the source matches the LCD setting. RGB to RGB and Yr-y b-y to Yr-y b-y.
the tv has as follows. Use the bnc conectors to hook it to the RGB & R and L Audio. or reg Comp input ( Yellow ,Red White.) can get adaptors at the Shack.Inputs
The problem of course is not the computer since you communicate well when using the Samsung TV. The problem is your Sampo. The Video Ports are:
Composite Input (Shared w/ S-Video) RCA-pin x 2 S-Video Input (Shared w/ Composite) Mini DIN 4-pin x 2 Component Video Input RCA-pin x 2 Sets (Y/CB/CR, Y/PB/PR auto detect) DVI Input (with HDCP) DVI-D 24 pin x 1 RGB Input D-Sub 15-pin x 1
If the RGB WILL NOT COMMUNICATE, I suggest you try RCA/DVI/ or shared composite. You may need adapters, but with so many options, just try other methods.
The problem sounds like one I had. If so, the cause is as follows.
The Daewoo ouputs synchronisation information on the green channel of the RGB outputs (which are pins in the SCART socket) The Panasonic TV automatically preferentially selects the RGB input in the SCART rather than the composite video signal in the SCART. The video circuits in the Panasonic should ignore the sync on the green channel but instead interpret the sync as green signal information which means the adjustment of the green channel is upset leading to a very green picture.
Possible solutions: 1. From the TV, manually select composite video input, not RGB. This may not be possible - I think the TV automatically goes for the RGB if it is present. 2. Disconnect the wire to pin 16 in the SCART socket. This is the signal from the VCR/DVD to indicate that RGB is available. Disconnecting it means the TV defaults to the composite video. This is what I did. 3. Connect the TV to the VCR/DVD using component or S-VHS leads only.
usually this is a bad connection on the system board, cable, etc. If it's not under warranty, I would check the cable first, and try multiple video sources before opening the unit. Worst case scenario is replacing the system board where the connections reside.