Hi Say hello to my new Sony Widescreen TV, Mr KV28LS60. Also say a big hello to my nice little Sony stereo, Mr MHC-ZX70DVD. "So, what's the problem?" you may wonder, well...... I have used my Stereo/DVD player for almost 2 years now without a hitch. (Previously it was connected via S-VHS to an older 21inch Sony TV with no problems). My new TV "apparently" has the ability to detect which type of signal (either S-VHS or Composite) is being sent to the AV3 channel and change the picture output accordingly. However, the picture displayed was distorted with nasty colour bleeding. I called an engineer out to take a look and he said it looked to him as though the S-VHS signal from my DVD player was slightly to weak for my new TV to detect it WAS S-VHS, therefor defaulting to a composite signal picture display! I quickly arranged a replacement TV as the engineer had suggested (perhaps I just had a faulty unit). But imagine the foul language eminating from me when I realised the replacement TV had exactly the same problem!!!!!!!!! My question to anyone bored enough to read this far is this:- 1/ Is there a known incompatability between the Sony KV28LS60 and the Sony MHC-ZX70DVD? 2/ Is there any way of amplifying or boosting an S-VHS signal to give the TV more to lock on to (If that is the problem) I have tested various lengths of S-VHS cable (cables that work on other TVs) and tested the other scart sockets (AV1, AV2, and AV4) by using my PS2 to play DVD's, which works fine. I have also tried the TV out from my PC to the S-VHS on the TV and that works fine too!!!!! So to make a long story even longer.......WTF is going on?