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Tv no a/v input channel

My son is trying to plug his playstation into the tv's a/v input but my tv, which is pretty old, has no a/v channel

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Connect a set of RCA audio and video cables to the color-coded outputs on the back of your Samsung VHS/DVD player. The colors of these cables are yellow (video), white (left audio) and red (right audio).

Take the other end of the RCA audio and video cables and connect them to the color-corresponding inputs on your television. When plugging in these cables, look for a label for the input, such as "Video 1" and "Audio 1." This will be important in Step 5.

Turn on the television and the Samsung VHS/DVD player.

Tune your television to the video input channel that you noted in Step 3. If you did not take note, you can also tune through your television's input channels until you find the one displaying the signal from the DVD/VCR player.

Insert a VHS tape or DVD into the Samsung player and press the "Play" button to verify that the unit is functioning properly.

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Plug the power cable of the Samsung VHS/DVD player into an available power outlet near the television.

Connect a set of component video cables to the color-coded outputs on the back of your Samsung VHS/DVD player. These cables will look similar to composite audio and video cables, but they are instead color-coded as red, blue and green.

Plug the other end of the component video cables into the color-corresponding inputs on your television. Take note of what input number you are plugging the cords into, as it will be useful later.

Connect a set of RCA audio cables to "Audio Out" jacks on your VHS/DVD player, then connect the other ends to your television. These cables are color-coded as red and white and must be plugged into the same input number as the component video cables.

Turn on the television and the Samsung VHS/DVD player.

Tune your television to the component video input channel where you connected the Samsung VHS/DVD player.

Insert a VHS or DVD into the Samsung player and press the "Play" button to verify that the unit is functioning properly.

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My TT was imported new from Japan....Has AMAZING video and sound system unfortunateley its all Japanese to me!! The manual that comes with it is about an inch think...Its got built in Navigation system...


I know you can that you can change this by simply hooking up a scan tool for specific year. There are language options accessible for situations like this. Here is a sample of what can be changed using VAG 5052 or equivalent scanners.

Coding
  • 0?xxxxx: Model
    • 1 = Lamborghini
    • 2 = Audi A3 (8P)
    • 3 = Audi A4 (8E)
    • 4 = Audi A4 Cabriolet (8H)
    • 5 = Audi A6 (4B)
    • 6 = Audi TT (8J)
    • 7 = Audi R8 (42)
  • 0x?xxxx: Treble Speaker Monitoring inactive
    • 0 = Front Treble Speaker Monitoring inactive active (NOT Audi A4 Cabriolet)
    • 1 = Front Treble Speaker Monitoring inactive inactive (ONLY Audi A4 Cabriolet)
  • 0xx?xxx: Sound Characteristic
    • 0 = Sound Characteristic linear
    • 1 = Audi A4 (8E)
    • 2 = Audi A6 (4B)
    • 3 = Audi A4 Cabriolet (8H)
    • 4 = Audi TT (8J)
    • 5 = Audi A3 (8P)
    • 9 = Sound System
  • 0xxx?xx: Telephone/Telematic
    • 1 = Telephone not installed (Remote Feed Voltage for Microphone active)
    • 2 = Base Plate (Temic - Remote Feed Voltage for Microphone inactive)
    • 3 = Base Plate (Cullmann - Remote Feed Voltage for Microphone inactive)
    • 4 = Base Plate (Nokia - Remote Feed Voltage for Microphone inactive)
    • 5 = Telematic Europa (Remote Feed Voltage for Microphone inactive)
    • 6 = Telematic US (Remote Feed Voltage for Microphone inactive)
    • 7 = Base Plate diagnostic capable with Comfort Control
  • 0xxxx?x: Equipment I
    • 1 = Tuner not installed
    • 2 = Digital-Radio installed
    • 3 = Satellite-Radio installed
    • 4 = Satellite and Digital-Radio installed
    • 5 = Analog Input (AUX) installed
    • 7 = Satellite-Radio & Analog Input (AUX) installed
  • 0xxxxx?: Equipment II
    • 1 = TV-Tuner/CD-Changer/Multi-Function Steering Wheel not installed
    • 2 = TV-Tuner installed
    • 3 = CD-Changer installed
    • 4 = TV-Tuner and CD-Changer installed
    • 5 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed
    • 6 = TV-Tuner and Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed
    • 7 = CD-Changer and Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed
    • 8 = TV-Tuner and CD-Changer and Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed



Adaptation Channel 001: Tire Circumference The tire circumference is beeing adapted in "mm".


Channel 002: Wheel Pulse The wheel pulse describes the amount of wheel pulses per revolution.
If value 0 is entered the system calibrates automatically itself after several kilometers and inputs a value.

  • 43 = Audi A3 (8P) / Audi TT (8J)
  • 45 = Audi A4 (8E)


Channel 003: Language (Screen)
  • 0 = German
  • 1 = English (UK)
  • 2 = French
  • 3 = Italian
  • 5 = Spanish
  • 6 = Portuguese
  • 7 = English (UK)


Channel 004: Back-Up Camera
  • 0 = Back-Up Camera not installed
  • 2 = Back-Up Camera installed


Channel 005: Speed Threshold (Video Input)
  • 0 = max. 0 kph or 0 mph
  • 1 = max 5 kph (Standard for Europe)


Channel 007: Options Channel 008: Volume Characteristic Channel 010: Region
  • 0 = Europe/North America
  • 1 = Australia/South America
  • 2 = South Africa


Channel 011: Language (Speech Recognition)
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  • 1 = English
  • 2 = French
  • 3 = Italian
  • 5 = Spanish


Channel 018: Start Screen The start screen setting has to correspond with the control module coding, e.g. a S3 start screen doesn't work with an A4 coding.

  • 0 = Standard Start Screen
  • 1 = Audi S3 Start Screen
  • 2 = Audi S4 Start Screen
  • 3 = Audi RS4 Start Screen
  • 4 = Audi TT Start Screen
  • 5 = Audi R8 Start Screen


Channel 065: Read Test Channel 066: Self Test Channel 067: CD/DVD Drive
  • 000 - Normal/Eject-Button enabled
  • 001 = Eject CD/DVD (will not be saved)
  • 255 = Eject-Button disabled/locked (Anti-Theft-Protection)


Channel 068: Screen Test Values will not be saved, they only act as initiation for each Test Picture.

  • 0 = No Test Picture
  • 1 = Test Picture: Red
  • 2 = Test Picture: Green
  • 3 = Test Picture: Blue
  • 4 = Test Picture: White
  • 5 = Test Picture: Black
  • 6 = Test Picture: Checkerboard
  • 7 = Test Picture: Checkerboard (inverted)
  • 8 = Test Picture: 64 Gray Scales (vertical Bars)
  • 9 = Test Picture: Special


Channel 069: Display Mechanism
  • 000 = Display closed
  • 001 = Display open
  • 200 = Display half open (Obstacle)
  • 255 = Position undefined


Channel 070: Display Brightness
  • 0 = 0% Brightness (Display OFF)
  • 1 = 20% Brightness
  • 2 = 40% Brightness
  • 3 = 60% Brightness
  • 4 = 80% Brightness
  • 5 = 100% Brightness


Channel 099: Transport Mode Only applies to models without Gateway/Diagnostic Interface for Databus.

  • 0 = Transport Mode inactive
  • 1 = Transport Mode active


Channel 111: Reset
  • To perform a system reset/restart save 1 as new value.


Channel 114: FM Frequency
  • Range: 875...1080


Channel 117: Signal Test (Output)
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  • 1 = Fader Front & Balance Left
  • 2 = Fader Front & Balance Right
  • 3 = Fader Rear & Balance Left
  • 4 = Fader Rear & Balance Right


Channel 136: Driver Position
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    • 03226 = Left-Hand-Drive (LHD)
    • 02632 = Right-Hand-Drive (RHD)
  • RNS-E High/US
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