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Component out problem with Pioneer DV-747

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by 7MAT, Sep 18, 2003.

  1. 7MAT

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    Tried to wire up my Dads Pioneer DV-747 via the component out to view on his PDP-50HDE.

    Went into the DV-747 set-up menu and changed output to component interlaced, but no picture?

    Read the manual several times and can honestly say I think it is set-up correctly.

    Are there any known bugs with component out on the DV-747?

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    Have you set the Pioneer's AV3 input to component/YUV also ?

    Cheers, Lee
     
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    Yes the Plasma is already using AV3 imput switched to component as we are using a VSA-AX10 AV amp.

    When you switch the DVD player on you get the pioneer logo come up for about 1 second then it goes blank again.

    Forgot to mention that the player has the full Techtronics region mod + PAL progressive mod.

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    Have you tried resetting the player back to factory defaults & see if that helps ? (It's in the manual ......swtching on while holding in the stop button or something like that) I have heard others speak of this helping when they had problems going from interlaced/progressive settings.
     

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