Have a Toshiba 57 inch projection tv can' t get the ANT input or the RCA video input ports to work properly All you get is a scrambled image The s-video and component video works great Any ideas?
First thing I'd do is have the TV do a channel search, making sure I had the antenna plugged into the correct antenna input on the back of the set. Just sounds like it's lost its programming, maybe due to a power failure. As for the RCA input jacks, try to select the proper input via the remote control. Otherwise I'd think you have some video input card problams.
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You need to add a PCI video card , not a PCI - express card . The video card will give you a new out put on back of tower. Then depending on tv and and video card . connect . with s- video cord or composite video cord ( rca). composite is first choice.
The Betacam UVW 1800 is a broadcast standard video editing deck. There are several inputs:. Composite on a BNC, S-Video on a 4 pin mini-din, component on a Sony 12 pin connector and component on 3 BNCs. Outputs are similar. This deck pre-dates the DigiBeta equipment and therefore there is no SDI in…terface (SDI is the digital component signal carried on a single co-ax). (MORE)
Most digital TVs will have both composite and S-video inputs. Check with the manual or look for an S-video connector on the rear of the television to find out.
You want to know whether normal RCA auido video cable can work for component input form your DVD to lcd tv?
If both have component inputs/outputs of the same type, i.e., RCA connectors consisting of yellow (video) audio (red, right / white left) then it'll work. Can't guarantee the video quality though. It may have color smearing or video smearing and possibly ghosting of the image. For short runs (3 feet… or less) it should provide for an acceptable picture. It is possible to use audio cables for runs up to 20 feet, but the same caveats apply. Best thing to do is try it and see. (MORE)
Work input is exactly what it sounds like it would be. Work inputis the work that you put into something in order to accomplish thetask at hand.
Your 52 RCA TV works great for 2 hours then the color shifts and all you get is blue and green separated?
There's something wrong with your convergence amplifiers and they're going out of alignment after it heats up for awhile.
A video card is part of the output chain but is not an output device on it's own. The monitor is usually the device that is considered an "output device".
It is a device or component that reads a video recording, like a DVD/VHS player, and sends the information to a display device like a TV. A video input device can also be a camera that records video and sends the information to a storage device and can also display the captured images on a TV.
How do you switch to video on a Sanyo television without remote and there is no manual input button on it?
u take a knife and try 2 take out da menu botton and then press it in then press video
Why does the picture on a TV DVD combo fade to black and white on the DVD input but stay colour on a other video inputs?
If, when you say "TV/DVD combo", you mean the DVD player is built into the TV, then I'm afraid I can't help you. But, if when you say "DVD input" you mean a separate cable going into the TV then I might be able to help. If you are using an "S-Video" cable make sure that both ends are plugged in all …the way, and if you are using a "Component Video" cable (Red Green and Blue) make sure that ALL three plugs are plugged in all the way. Either of those situations can cause a black and white picture. Hope this helps! (MORE)
How can you connect a gamecube to a TV with component YPbPr and video and audio RL inputs - and will it lag?
Nintendo released a component (YPbPr) cable when the GameCube launched, but quickly stopped supporting it. Newer consoles don't have the "Digital A/V Out" port at all. If you have one of the original models with that port, you can try to track down the component video cable, although they tend to be… rather expensive since there weren't many made. There are no cheaper, third-party alternatives for this cable. To when connecting the system to your TV, you will also need the original composite (yellow/red/white) cable for the RL audio, since the component cable does not have its own audio plugs. There will be no lag if the system is connected to the TV with these cables. (MORE)
I have an s video cable and i want to hook it up so i can connect my tv and laptop my laptop has an s video input but my tv doesn't what do i do?
RadioShack and bestbuy and other electronic specialty stores, have s-video coverters, that can allow you to plug in through RF or RCA.
Main Two types of input devices are: 1.Video camera(which display full motion of images). 2.Digital Camera(it captures still Images)...
The answer is YES & NO ! 1. Simply because there are 2 popular modes of the Component systems Progressive vs. interlaced component video 2. One will work and the other will create a distortion/interference since the signal is strong and that is why a 75 ohms coaxial is used. 3. we had several inc…idents when we connected a DVD player to a TV, one time it was perfect, another we get a distorted, another we got a fuzzy black and white result, but the most severe case was when we burned out a satellite receiver (it happened at the same time we were connecting) Personally, I believe try it as a stand alone without any other device being connected to the TV. 4. This should not be an issue with top brand peripherals (MORE)
Video input is the motion pictures that are entered into the computer. For video input, video camera or any other video device is connected to a video capture card. the video captured card converts the analog video signals into digital signals that a computer can store and process.
It will work only if your TV is a multi system TV, meaning it works with NTSC & PAL video signal. If you have an old PAL TV, then you will have a problem watching.
A video input is a port that receives a video signal from a device.You can use the port to receive a signal from a cable box, DVDPlayer, or a streaming device.
It depends on video game. Spore, Sims 3 you only hold ctrl alt and shift for example. Other games you only say something in the chat log.
It usually means that, there is no connection with the video plugs, and must be fixed, check cables, turn on, etc.
How do you get to the AV in input on your computer I already plugged my Xbox 360 into the RCA slots on the video card on my computer and i need to know how to get it to display my 360?
To do that you will need a tv tuner card, most computers do not have those unless you installed it yourself. If you are sure you have one, most cards require software that will be runned on the computer to show the input of the card. For information on how to download/ run this software consult the …manufactures website/ manual (MORE)
Coax and RCA are usually two different names for exactly the same thing. Phono being another name for the same thing. If it really is two different connectors, a simple adapter from Radio Shack (USA) or Maplin (UK) would connect them.
A tv has a single spdif out and the surround sound only accepts a red and white rca input how do you make it work?
The TV is a MONO TV and you need a STEREO TV with audio output jacks to get the surround system to work. PS, what is a spdif?
No usually this is something you need to purchase seperate. The S-video will only pass 240p at best not much better than the stock yellow RCA. Preferred hookup is with an HDMI providing the camera is capable. HDMI will pass 720-1080p Read:better picture HD quality at 1080p.
There is a device called a "scan converter" which can be used to convert various video signals from one type to another. Some scan converters can be used to convert a VGA (also called D-SUB) or DVI connection (whichever is appropriate for your laptop) to a S-video or component signal to input into y…our TV. (MORE)
Video and audio connections to television were added to televisions from the very first working television ever made in 1925. They have always been available on some (but not all) models ever since.
Composite Video connections are unable to transmit a HD signal. They are on HDTV's for the purpose of connecting older sources, think VCR, that do not have the newer connections like HDMI or component cables.
A TV without an input is a box that shows static. If you mean only an arial input, then you'll need a new TV. If you mean because the input is currently in use by another appliance then you can either unplug the other input or use a splitter. Radio Shack sells a small box called a RF MODULATOR that …will convert video from your game box to a radio frequency (tv channel) that can be plugged into the antenna connector on your tv set. Just plug in all the cables and switch the tv channel selector to the correct channel. (MORE)
A video card is an output device it is used to drive the computer's display.
The S-Video connector and cable will give you a better picture than coax or a RCA type pin video connector and cable will.
Go to menu, select channel guide, scroll down the channel guide list, (you will go past the 100's) keep scrolling, you will see a selection of video inputs to choose from ex. Vid1, Vid2, FRNT etc. I hope this helps!
My ps3 works perfectly on my full hd tv with an hd cable when i connect it to my old toshiba which is hd ready with the same cable the video does not show but the sound is audible what do i do?
I had the exact same problem hold your power button down until you hear 3 beeps if this does not work do it again and the screen shall become visible
If you have the correct cables and a DVI to VGA adapter (as most computer monitors use VGA), it should work.
HD television signals are always in a component format. There are three signals that between them carry brightness and color information. Almost all domestic equipment uses an HDMI interface to carry the signal in a digital format now but there is also an analog HD component standard. The analog com…ponent connector is either on three RCA connectors or three BNC connectors. Pressure from the film and television industry has persuaded manufacturers to adopt HDMI as the only HD interface on modern equipment. As a result, HD analog component inputs to displays are virtually redundant now. (MORE)
Put the TV on the floor and have sex on it with your girlfriend. If you don't have a girlfriend, masturbate on it.
Your TV is unlikely to have a S-Video output to go to the projector. What most TV's had was a S-Video input, to come from a Super VHS VCR or older generation gaming console. If indeed the TV has a S-Video OUTPUT, and the projector is set to the correct input (usually this has to be changed in the i…nput menu) and you are still not getting any picture, I would check the S-Video cable for bent pins. The cable's pins are very thin and can easily be bent or broken off with rough handling. (MORE)
Video is picture and audio is the sound. Home theater receivers have RCA composite or component, S-Video or HDMI for the video input, and RCA analog, Toslink (optical) or coaxial inputs for digital audio.
No i think it has to do with the audio in TV's but i do know it has nothing to do with video.
Well, he most basic one is a webcam, like the ones used for skype or any other internet messenger. With proper software you can use it to capture still images or videos. You can also use some digital camcorders which with proper drivers and software can act as webcams. Alternatively u could get a tv… card and connect other camcorders using video input on your card to capture video. Hope that helps. (MORE)
For cars with a video screen for DVDs etc there may be an input jack to add an alternative video signal to the screen. Likely this will be RCA ports (yellow and two audio ports coloured white=left and red=right).
There is no cable that does this. The S-Video cable has the Chroma (colour) and Luma (brightness) signals split on two different contacts. Regular RCA connectors for composite video have only one contact plus a round. You will need a video converter box or some other electronic way to convert the si…gnal. If your newer TV has component video, you won't be able to do this either. (MORE)
it extracts the video signal amplify it & sends it to picture tube for display.
If you have flash player, most sites should as they would on your PC. If your tablet does not support flash, only a few websites that are mobile phone/tablet compatible, such as YouTube.
It's not possible to access the input selection area without a physical remote as the setting is not available from within the MENU setup. There was no love with the dtv remote, even though it would do all the other controls. I bought an rca universal remote for $6.93 at Lowes. Model #: RCU7…03SPR The ilo codes didn't give me what I needed from the input button, so I used the Emerson ones and one of those worked. After you are able to power on/off the next thing you check is the input button, if it does not work, try another code... Good luck! (MORE)
When hooking up s video on compaq laptop to the tv and when you play movie on your tv screen and there is pictures but no sound how do you get sound to work when using s video to tv?
S video is an interface for video only and does not carry sound. You will need to connect the sound using a 3.5mm jack connector on the computer to (probably) 2 RCA or phono connectors on the television.
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Where are the composite video inputs on Samsung smart tv. It is on the wall and I can't see behind it?
Samsung produce a wide range of models. Other than saying that all connectors are in the same general area behind a television, it is impossible to offer a definitive answer. There are some things you might try before you remove the television from a wall mount: Look up the manual that came with t…he television or find it online.. The input connector will be yellow, normally with a white and red next to it. If you can see the color of the connector, plug in the video (yellow) and audio (red and white) cables and try it. If you can't see even the color of the connectors, try using a phone's camera. Either use the screen as a live viewfinder or reach behind the television and take pictures until you can work out where the cables go. Take a final picture to confirm that you got the right connectors in the right holes. (MORE)
Will a HDMI to av video converter work the opposite way round and convert the av video signal to HDMI so you can connect your ps2 to a HDMI port in your tv?
No it won't. The converters are complex devices that process a signal to convert from one form to another. Each device has a designated input and output and they will not operate in any other way..
There are several video inputs available like composite, S-video, component RGB, Firewire, HDMI and SCART. The most commonly used video input in a home environment is probably the SCART input.
Thank you for the feedback. I took your advice but the arrow keyson the remote do not work and when i select a different sourceusing the channel buttons it does not change.