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Panasonic TX32LXD500 component issue.

Discussion in 'Panasonic TVs Forum' started by Techno Freak, Aug 5, 2005.

  1. Techno Freak

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    Hello all,

    My dad just took delivery of his new LCD panny - TX32LXD500.

    I connected up his DVD player via component leads but cant get a signal, sound or pic, on the TV.

    No problem if we connect via scart.

    The TV has inputs labelled PB PR and Y whilst the DVD's are labelled as CB CR and Y.

    I set the DVD players component output to YUV and it has no progressive scan.

    There are no component settings on the TV.

    I set the AV in to AV3 which the manual states is the component input and I get nothing.

    I have cycled through all the AV inputs and get nothing through component.

    Is this to do with the DVD players component jacks being labelled as 'C' rather than 'P' on the TV?

    Has anyone got this TV and has succesfully set it up with a component player - am I missing a setting that I need to change on the TV?

    Thanks....

    By the way, very impressed with the TV!
     
  2. David Mackenzie

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    It shouldn't do. Y/CB/CR usually refers to a digital Component signal, but often it's labeled wrongly. Something that confused my Sony TV with my Pioneer 668AV was that I had it set to "AUTO" video mode. Look on the back of the player for a switch or in the manual and set the player either to PAL or NTSC mode - but not AUTO. That fixed the problem for me.
     
  3. Techno Freak

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    Thanks Lyris.

    I checked that - the DVD player has a menu setting for Auto, Pal or NTSC.

    I have it set to Pal - no joy.
     

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