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Pioneer 433mxe playing svcd/vcd screen keeps going blank

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by rsvman, Jun 2, 2003.

  1. rsvman

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    Just Installed...

    I have a pioneer 433 mxe connected to a denon 3802 amp (via component) which is connected to JS rgb2yuv box and then into a quintro via scart and the dvd player is connected to the quintro via scart.


    Whan i am playing either svcd or vcd's, during playback, i get the plasma screen flickering to black, but can still hear the sound, it evenetually comes back, but does hapeen quite frequently during these types of movies, which i never had any probs with a normal TV.

    I was wondering if anybody has any idea about this...
     
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    as Long as your VCD etc are encoded properly they should play back fine, I have a 42" Panny and it plays everything, including crap downloaded stuff from the net

    make sure you have the correct input selected
     
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    I tried this with Matrix dvd last night and still got the same problem ??

    any ideas ??
     
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    Try playing these movies via a direct connection to the plasma..instead of thru the various converters, sounds like a dodgy connection or a duff converter/cable
     

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