Logged Pumblechook Hero Member 569 Why does my DVD player interfere with digital TV reception? « Reply #7 on: 21/10/2008 11:36:41 » I didn't think DVD players had modulators? And VCRs had such controls because the problem was common and predictable. DavidJ replied Feb 7, 2017 at 10:07 PM Criterion Blu-ray titles! Logged LeeE Neilep Level Member 3382 Why does my DVD player interfere with digital TV reception? « Reply #2 on: 20/10/2008 19:03:37 » If everything worked out without problems for http://filevox.com/dvd-player/dvd-player-plays-but-no-picture-no-sound.html
Your DVD player will output component video through SCART, but as you seem to say you have "crosstalk" problems between SCARTs, this can lead to two ways of connecting the three Are you new to the Home Theater Forum? Make sure the audio cables are connected to the correct L/R output jacks on your terminal. I would hardly describe something with no use as an 'inferior feature' EDIT: slight re-think, Grundig Teletext VCR's DID have an RGB source inside, the Teletext decoder - but still no
Routing a DVD through a VCR will cause a considerable drop in quality, as you drop from RGB to Composite - and in the majority of cases the Macrovision will render I have two DVDs from NetFlix at home right now,and I'll be sure to do what you say. 10 Apr 1, 2010 LeoTs3181983 Auditioning Joined: Mar 31, 2010 Messages: 14 If it isn't either of those things you probably have an electrical problem.
If this doesn't solve the problem,adjust your TV controls. dubber View Public Profile Find More Posts by dubber Please sign in or register to remove this advertisement. 20-10-2011, 19:11 #2 Nigel Goodwin Forum Member Join Date: Apr 2006 I don't think any VCR's have RGB pass through?, as there's no RGB source inside them there's no need for RGB on the SCART sockets. Alba Dvd Player Green Screen I am using a SCART cable with 20 pins.
SCART AV leads normally have either 21 pins (type U or Universal), or 10 pins (Type C). Dvd Player Color Problem In my previous house the TV signals were fairly weak (and the aerial wiring suspect), and in fair weather all was good, but as soon as we got a shower of Post the make and model of all you components (TV, DVD player, AV receiver if you're using one) and how they're all connected to one another and then how the power http://forums.digitalspy.co.uk/showthread.php?t=1559686 Thanks John Does routing through the VCR reduce the signal or is using Composite video/audio cable a better bet?
Maybe we can spot the source of the problem. Sony Dvd Player Green Tint I would have thought that if you have a good aerial well away from the DVD player there should be no problems. dubber View Public Profile Find More Posts by dubber 23-10-2011, 11:48 #12 Nigel Goodwin Forum Member Join Date: Apr 2006 Location: North Derbyshire Posts: 41,906 Quote: Originally Posted by The 20 bestselling mobile phones The mobile industry may be locked in a bitter battle between Samsung and Apple, but history tells a very different story...
Find More Posts by gomezz 23-10-2011, 10:34 #11 dubber Forum Member Join Date: Dec 2005 Posts: 41 DVD Interference Thank you all for your invalueable comments. http://www.rvforum.net/SMF_forum/index.php?topic=79996.0 gomezz View Public Profile Visit gomezz's homepage! Dvd Playing Green Picture And instead of a mouth it's got four arses! Dvd Playing Green Colour Back to top IP Logged andyfras Guru Offline Posts: 9459 Fleet, Hampshire Re: Interference of DVD playback picture.
Joe, actually you did say "DVE" in your first post, "defective DVE player". While I'm not having any problems with my DVD player right now,I just want to know what to do if that ever happens,given the fact that NetFlix sleeves give pretty weird Sound Problems No sound The MUTE button on remote control may have been pushed. John Currie View Public Profile Find More Posts by John Currie 21-10-2011, 10:57 #4 dubber Forum Member Join Date: Dec 2005 Posts: 41 DVD Interference Quote: Originally Posted by How To Fix Color On Dvd Player
Another possibility is that the DVD player may have a "TV modulator" aerial output (and/or aerial feedthough). In the days of the VHS tape,the box from Blockbuster always said"IF THE PICTURE ROLLS OR HAS A LOT OF "INTERFERENCE" ADJUST THE TRACKING CONTROL ON YOUR VCR." This solves 90% As for what I consider weird is that DVDs can be cleaned,unlike a tape-it's just that idea kind of seems strange compared to CDs and CD ROM discsClick to expand... Thanks for the advice. 11 Apr 1, 2010 JohnRice Lead Actor Joined: Jun 20, 2000 Messages: 8,850 Likes Received: 230 Real Name: John This is one of the stranger threads
Things that interfere with the laser reading the surface of the disc can cause playback problems. Bush Dvd Player Green Screen Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links HOME THEATER Beginners, General Questions Home Theater Projects New Member Introductions MEDIA Blu-ray & UHD DVD TV on DVD and Blu-ray Streaming Picture leans to side Try adjusting the "horizontal hold" on your TV.
Blue Screen Blues If your TV shows a completely blue screen this is usually caused by customer equipment such as a TV, VCR, DVD, etc. Press MUTE on the remote to restore volume. I'm getting this Twilight Zone feeling that Leo just arrived from the 80s. Scart Composite Adaptor Back to top IP Logged andyfras Guru Offline Posts: 9459 Fleet, Hampshire Re: Interference of DVD playback picture.
gomezz View Public Profile Visit gomezz's homepage! Reply #6 - Jan 12th, 2006 at 9:33pm You could try this:DVDR scart 1 to TV Ext1Sky box TV scart to DVDR scart 2Home Theater system to TV Ext2This has AidanLunn View Public Profile Find More Posts by AidanLunn 23-10-2011, 09:48 #10 gomezz Forum Member Join Date: Oct 2004 Location: Buckingham Posts: 28,804 Quote: Originally Posted by Nigel Goodwin Generated Tue, 07 Feb 2017 19:58:28 GMT by s_wx1208 (squid/3.5.23)
Create one now!OR Login with Digital Spy account DVD Interference Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Please Login or Register HomeHelpSearchLoginRegister Radio and Telly UK Forum › UK Television Discussion › TV Technical › Interference of DVD playback picture. (Moderator: Admin) ‹ My TV (Philips) has 2 scart sockets called EXT1 and EXT2.I have a Sony DVD Recorder (2 Scart sockets) and a Sony DVD Home Theater system (1 Scart Socket) and also Some makes provide inferior features.
Most important inventions of the 21st Century From the Apple iPod to Google driverless cars, we run down the technologies that have transformed our world since the start of the smallieboy First timers 2 Why does my DVD player interfere with digital TV reception? « on: 20/10/2008 15:47:15 » I have a digital PVR on Freeview in the UK and Stay logged in Sign up now! After ruling out aerial/reception problems a TV engineer suggested it may be interference from my DVD player on which the PVR was sat.
But since DVD players don't have a tracking control,what should I do if the picture rolls or has a lot of "Interference"? 2 Mar 31, 2010 Joseph DeMartino Lead Actor The Netflix sleeve I'm looking at has two instructions for a disc causing problems: 1) Clean the disc. 2) Return it for a replacement. Britain's Got Talent TV Shows: Cult, Sci-Fi & Fantasy Doctor Who Soaps Soaps: The Games Room Soaps Faulty connectors can affect TV picture quality.Photo: ALAMY By Rick Maybury 7:00AM GMT 01 Jan 2013 I am trying to use my elderly DVD recorder to display DVDs on my modern
Component video will still require the red and white (or black as the case may be) audio cables. Doh! I got rid of the DVD player and all is fine now. Therefore it makes perfect sense that you can solve many problems by cleaning the discs - just like the CDs they resemble.
DVDs don't have the kind of problems you describe, so you will never see them and there is no "solution" for them. Legal Notices | Sitemap | FIND US ON FACEBOOK Clear Creek Communications Business Office: (503) 631-2101 | Repair: (503) 631-2345 All Rights Reserved 2012 Network Management Practices, Performance Characteristics & Commercial The DVD player must be particularly bad. AidanLunn View Public Profile Find More Posts by AidanLunn 22-10-2011, 13:55 #8 Nigel Goodwin Forum Member Join Date: Apr 2006 Location: North Derbyshire Posts: 41,906 Quote: Originally Posted by
Excuse me, I meant RGB, but I always get the two damn things mixed up on here, but know the difference when going through menu settings on TVs, Sky boxes etc. Take a look at the gadgets which will puzzle younger people Advertisement Advertisement Top Technology Videos» Rise of a tech giant: the history of Google The history of Uber Skype invent The Sky box should loop through the DVDR except when playing back from the DVDR, but if not, put the DVDR into standby when not in use.