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Techwood TWP 4210 Plasma problem

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs Forum' started by stewron, Nov 1, 2004.

  1. stewron

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    Just had it delivered today (Dixons £1499) and set it up this evening. Must admit I'm quite impressed so far (perhaps I have low standards!) but I do have one problem. When I plug in my home cinema into scart 2 I get an excellent picture and sound - but it's black and white?? If I simply plug it back into old TV - voila, colour no problem. I've tried all the other scart inputs, with even nothing else connected to the scarts - but still b/w. Anyone any ideas??
     
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    Is your tv set to output RGB?
    Sometimes you can get a B/W picture if your player/tv is set to s/video.
     
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    One or the other is set to s-video, definitely. Use another input,and set the output to RGB if possible.
     
  4. stewron

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    Okay, thanks for that. I didn't see any option to set that when I looked last night, but I'd only had the TV for 2 hours. I'll check the settings again tonight...much obliged.

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