It doesn't seem like a Wii issues, and I think it's very unlikely a faulty cable would cause a black-and-white picture.Click to expand... I'd appreciate some advice. I tried a different VCR and hooked it up thru AV2 (composite inputs) and there is no problem. It sounds like there is a hardware problem somewhere in the pipeline. have a peek here
Even I've placed the red audio cable in the red video plug on the back of my TV once when I wasn't paying attention. the component works for my old dvd player though so I have no idea how to fix this. If you DO have the same problem, then you most likely have a problem with your TV. by R. pop over to these guys
nobody is looking. He's using the standard VGA input on it now, but I was wondering if I could switch it back to the component input and fix the blurryness on it. It doesn't seem like a Wii issues, and I think it's very unlikely a faulty cable would cause a black-and-white picture. It's possible, but it just wouldn't be my first guess.
If you have any other device (or can borrow any other device) that supports component output, and you KNOW that device works properly with component output, then try connecting that to He's running an Asus x1950Pro 256 MB version which came with a converter for the component output. If you try one of the above ideas and it doesn't work, you really should try the other one, too, just to make sure that it's not user error. Samsung Tv Component Input Black And White Also, for the record, I am reasonably sure that each of the RGB cables are color inputs (for each of the three color spaces: red, green, blue).
ChubbsTech TV Wizard Posts: 403Joined: Thu Feb 18, 2010 12:53 amLocation: Santa Ana Ca. which is a pain. Really the only thing I can suggest is to try and find these settings. Clicking Here Jason1976 TV Repair Ninja Posts: 286Joined: Sat Aug 15, 2009 6:34 pmLocation: Harrisburg PA Top Re: Samsung HL-P5063W component inputs not working by ChubbsTech » Mon Mar 29, 2010 2:45
I sat there wondering why the hell the picture was black and white (or not there at all). Samsung Lcd Av Input Not Working HDMI doesn't accept analogue from VGA. If it does get a DVI to HDMI cable or adapter and you will have the Best option! If you want to know some more about the video board ( digital & analog) go here:viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1321Good luck.
whats odd is that before i was able to use component 1 but as soon as i connected a device (cablebox,ps3,xbox,etc) to component 2 id lose both inputs!! http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-tv/samsung-tv-component-not-working.html Beyond! Don't confuse the red audio cable with the red video cable.Click to expand... Proffitt Forum moderator / December 16, 2012 7:46 AM PST In reply to: Maybe a setting? Samsung Tv Component No Signal
Question...HDMI cable transmits both video and audio. I'm totally clueless about this stuff. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Check This Out The boards will be offline during this period.
I'd like to see the Spanish part lol no, seriously, I really appreciate your help. Samsung Tv Component Connection http://www.samsung.com/us/video/tvs/UN40EH5000FXZA-specsIt's possible that the connection is shared with the component lines and requires us to change a setting. The DVD recorder works OK if i use the composite output of the DVD player to the AV input on the TV but the picture quality is not as good obviously.
Sorry but I only have the model number as supplied and use that at Samsung.com to get my information.You could give links to the product if you want.Bob Flag Permalink Reply Go to Page... How did you notice that it worked great and the image quality was improved if you were never able to connect it properly? Samsung Tv Av Mode Nobody187 said: For a big HD TV your better off going with Wii2HDMI, you can find them on ebay.Click to expand...
And about the pic, I don't have an available cam right now, but my TV looks almost exactly like the one in the video. ENTER HERE © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Check the solder were they hook to the board. http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-tv/samsung-led-component-not-working.html I'll be more careful next time AlistairRoo, Jan 4, 2012 TERMINAT0R A.K.A.
Joey View Public Profile Find all posts by Joey (#12) Pupp3tmast3r Maha Guru Videocard: Club3D HD 7970 Processor: Intel Core i7-6700K Mainboard: Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Memory: 2x8 I found the solution. Don't confuse the red audio cable with the red video cable. Sadly, what I did does not make much sense to me, but here it is, just in case it'll help you.Up 'till today, in the input list only component and not
IGN Boards Boards > Gaming > Nintendo Lobby > A little problem about component cables... > Ziff Davis IGN AskMen PCMag Offers.com ExtremeTech Geek Toolbox Copyright 1996-2016 Ziff Davis, LLC An If you DO have the same problem, then the root cause is most likely your Wii or component cables, so see 1a above. 3. Maybe you could try a different input if so and see if that works. Now that you seem to have figured it out, make sure you set your Wii to 480progressive.
I thought the component cables were bad so i replaced them with new ones and got the same "No signal or weak signal" on both Component 1 and 2 inputs again. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Not sure what the problem is, could it be a cable problem? Once I tried to hook it up, the image got a bit blurry.
RocketGuy3, Jan 4, 2012 AlistairRoo Noob Joined: Jun 4, 2011 Messages: 576 Date Posted: Jan 4, 2012 #3 RocketGuy3 said: Well let me first say that I'm not 100% sure I I sat there wondering why the hell the picture was black and white (or not there at all). The audio sounds pretty much the same on both. 04-17-2006, 02:00 PM #6 rbinck Administrator Join Date: Apr 2004 Location: Katy, Texas Posts: 16,420 The TV will Worst case scenario, if you do mess up, you could always buy a new one, the important thing is that you know the source of your problem.
EDIT: To give my opinion, though, assuming you are doing things properly (which I guess I can't be sure of... If you have any other device (or can borrow any other device) that supports component output, and you KNOW that device works properly with component output, then try connecting that to Does your TV have more than one component input?