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PANASONIC DVD PLAYER CONNECTION TO A TOSHIBA PROJECTION TV

I HAVE A TOSHIBA PROJECTION TV AND I HAVE A RECEIVER CONNECTED BUT I DON'T KNOW WHERE TO CONNECT THE DVD PLAYER IN THE BACK OF THE TV. PLEASE HELP!

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S-video input for a better picture , or yellow jack(RCA jack) for video, then red and white for audio

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  • jason Nov 06, 2008

    for digital sound use the optical input to your reciever to get the digital input signal

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is your TV connected to a receiver or DVD player? I want to know so that I can detect if the fault is from the video cord that connects your TV to the receiver or DVD player.

Or, you can connect a DVD player to the TV and see if there will be any picture.

I hope you understand what I'm trying to say above. Your TV not having picture might be a fault from the display board/ic inside the TV or it might just be a bad wire connecting from the TV to DVD player or receiver.

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