When I got my camper home, I quickly discovered the DVD player and the USB port reader's video output was scambled. Several phone calls to the dealer about how to fix the problem resulted in them bad mouthing the Concertone and saying that before they could swap it under warranty, I had to drive an hour to have them "make sure" the symptoms were what I said they were. Not try to fix it, mind you, just verify what I was saying.
Well, before I hooked up and took that drive (as ticked off as I was at the time), I decided to look into the situation deeper. From the little I knew about video (at the time) it was clear my video "systems knowledge" was more than the tech I was talking to.
After a couple of hours with the manual and sifting through all the electronic menus, I discovered the Concertone video output setting was on PAL instead of NTSC. Whether that is a default setting or not I have no idea, but setting it to NTSC fixed my problem.
I still wish it had a high def component (or HDMI) output so the DVDs would play in at least 720p like they are recorded, but maybe in the next camper. We can only hope.
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