Question about Televison & Video
Yes i can i dont have all the info i need about your tv so ill give you a couple of ways
if your tv is hd
if tv is hd and dvd has hdmi use hdmi if not use component video cables and if your tv is regular use s-video or yellow red and white(composite cables)
ok first connect the cables from the output section of dvd player and connect the other end to the input on your tv. do the same for the other dvd player as well out in the dvd and in into the tv
select the input number on your tv to watch
if your tv doesnt have enough connections on the back you will need to buy a selector(switcher)from any store carrying electronics
if this is case run the cables out from switcher into tv then on the dvd out from dvd and in to selector
if you need more info let me know your wich situation applys to you and i can clarify
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
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