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I am trying to connect my new Australian bought lg rc389h to a uk sony tv. However there is no video input jack on the back of the tv. Sound is fine. I've tried a scart cable but that hasn't worked.

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    Thanks, panel on the front !

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DVD players, the device to play Digital Versatile Discs or DVDs are produced under the DVD Video standard and requires to be connected to an output device, which could be a television set or amplifiers and speakers. Portable ones, however, come with an LCD screen attached. The functions of a DVD player are as follows:


  • Read a DVD in ISO - UDF format.

  • Data decryption with CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and Macrovision (for electronic copy prevention).

  • Decoding MPEG-2 video streams at 10 Mbit/s (peak) or 8 Mbit/s (continuous) rate.

  • Decoding audio from MPEG, PCM or AC-3 format.

  • Playing audio and Video CDs.

  • Enhancing sound and video qualities with Dolby Digital and Digital Theatre Systems.

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Check if u can locate at the front panel near the ir sensor or near the power button  . it will be closed with the push and open cover. if u still cant find u can use with a/v converter pin

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Download the complete user guide manual here for your problem..


User manual LG RC389H
http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/LG/RC389H-_E

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WHat is the model number of your TV. Also have you checked the front? sometimes there are hidden panels where you can find the input jack. Please provide the exact model number of your TV so that we can give more accurate information

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HDMI port for connecting to a HD Ready television. It also has a DV input port, which enables you to connect a DV-compatible camcorder for transferring your home videos to DVD.

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    rush2robby Nov 07, 2008

    U should use RF Cable (Came with CD-Player)..
    1- Connect RF- Cable TO CD Player RF Jack.
    2- Than Connect Other end of RF Cable to TV Cable Jack (Jack connect with dic Cable)
    3-Play any vedio on cd player and Start Scan ou tv chennals

    Thats Done

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Based on your query "...which jack...put the green cable ...", I would suggest that you replace that green cable with a 3.5mm Stereo Phone Male to Twin RCA Male as shown below.
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