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Most DVD players connect using composite cables also known as RCA cables. Usually you will have a yellow port (video feed) and white port (audio feed) on the dvd player. The red lead is another audio lead to be used with units that provide stereo audio capability. Simply connect one end to the DVD unit and the oother to the TV inputs of the same color. You must use the in ports on the tv not the out ports if so equipped. Then you will have to tune the tv to the proper input that you connected to by using the input button on remote, going into the menu and changing input there, or you may have to channel the tv down past 00 to get to the inputs.
Hope this helps.

HDMI DVD units are the same except the connecting media is different therefor the inputs would be HDMI 1, HDMI 2 or DVI etc.

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