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    I have a new Sima GODV CT-200FC[. I have tried every combination of settings but am only receiving a Black/White picture on the TV. Does anyone have an idea as to what I'n doing wrong. THANKS.
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    Everything is B&W?
    Cable/antenna?
    VHS?
    DVD?
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    My guess is that you are outputting PAL from the Sima and your TV can only handle NTSC, or you are using an s-video cable and it has a break in it.
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    I have the GODVD between two DVD recorders with the second DVD feeding into the TV. I have replaced both SVHS cables and checked the Pal/NTSC switch. Still TV is only playing B/W. If I eliminate the GODVD, the TV plays color as it should.
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    If this unit has an image inhancer and there is a saturation setting, try moving it to 50%. I had the same problem with my ATI card my Nvidia Video card. Just a Guess. Good luck.
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    Unfortunately, it has a fixed enhancer with ifferent modes. Have tried them all to no avail.
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    Stupid question, but why dub from recorder to recorder ? If you use a PC you don't get the analogue generation loss.
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    If you are trying to convert between NTSC and PAL....you still need a DVD player/recorder that can output a "true" NTSC or PAL signal.
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    Everything shows up as B/W. I have replaced SVHS cables but still only receive B/W.
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    Confirm : You are going from NTSC to NTSC

    And again - why are you going from DVD recorder to DVD recorder ?
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