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KV-32FQ75 and S-Video

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by House, Apr 12, 2003.

  1. House

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    Hi, hope someone can help me.

    A friends of mine has a KV-32FQ75 and is connecting his Sony DavS-300 via a S-Video to SCART connection - (Scart 3, the S-video one).

    Works fine on PAL but on NTSC it is black and white.

    Where do we need to make the change for it to accept NTSC ?

    Or are we barking up completely the wrong tree.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Spunky

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    I think you'll have to enable it in the service menu, it comes turned off by default. Hopefully it'll be colour then.

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    Hi, yeah you need to access the service menu and make one change to a setting.

    Remember that messing with these setting can cause problems with the tv, so be careful, so dont hold me responsible if tv goes kapupt :eek:)

    To access the menu:

    Turn off TV
    Press and hold both the P buttons on the drop down on the front bit
    Switch on TV
    You should see TT in top right corner
    Press MENU twice
    Service menu appears

    Go into Special Adjustment
    Scroll down to NTSC AutoYc AV2 and NTSC AutoYc AV3 and set the AV3 on can do AV2 while there just in case you connect to it in the future
    Save the setting

    Turn off TV then back ON


    Good Luck
     
  4. House

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    Thanks for the information. your line
    does worry me slightly, has anyone does this and had good/bad results ?
     
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    There have been stories about people changing settings without noting down the original and then find the tv not to work, but for what you need to do, changing these two will be fine,

    its only when people change a whole bunch without understanding what they are doing, or noting it down

    dont worry about changing those two settings, wont affect the tv at all, apart from letting you watch ntsc films in colour rather than black & white
     
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