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post #1 of 5 Old 03-29-2012, 11:42 AM - Thread Starter
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right got my seleco 150 running old bit of kit, I know picture is good but in black and white
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right got my seleco 150 running old bit of kit, I know picture is good but in black and white

nothing wrong with that, gotta start somewhere. CRT is actually one fo the best ways to watch B&W movies.

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but its ment to be in colour right
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Are you sure your not using the wrong output form the DVD player? possibly only one of the three component outs?

One thing you need to get into the habit of, list your equipment model numbers and how it is all hooked up or as its called the video chain.

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More then likely you have a composite video cable going into the Green input for component video. But the image wouldnt be a perfect B&W it would still look very grainy. at least you know its getting a signal.
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