12-30-2011 12:55 PM
I did as someone else suggested and hook up the red & white audio ports, and then hook the yellow cord to the top of the other side of 3 ports. The picture shows up, but there is no color. Do I need to buy a different set of component cords?
02-05-2012 07:24 AM
Were you able to resolve the black and white picture? I amin the same situation and the picture doesn't look as clear as before? If you were able to fix it what did you do? Does it need an adapter?
02-08-2012 05:16 AM
I had problems with the color and brightness on my Wii as well when I was using a composite cable.
I bought this cheap component cable and everything looks great now:
02-17-2012 05:19 PM
i am having the same problem, my plugs, red, white and yellow are still giving e the picture set to colorstream but the [icture is in black ad white? what do i do? its a shame i have this beautiful tv and cannot play games with my grandson because its in black and white
02-21-2012 01:01 PM
If you are using the red, white, and yellow cables, you should not be using colorstream. Change the video input setting from colorstream to video.
09-02-2012 04:30 AM - edited 09-02-2012 04:52 AM
Thanks, Peter! My friend and I were going crazy until I found the answer here, in this forum. I downloaded the 141-page User Manual and finally found it on page 56, "Setting the A/V Input Mode". BTW, my friend says he got no manual with this TV, factory-sealed, NIB. Is this a boo-boo or the norm?
09-05-2012 11:02 AM
Glad you figured it out, Pj. It is the normal now. TVs come with quick start guides but the manual is online.