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I have a Coby DVD player, and I have lost the instructions of how to hook it up to my TV. The connector wires have a yellow, a red, and a white plug on each end. I plugged them into what I think are the correct connections...putting the white plug into the green hole on the DVD and the TV. I put the TV in the VIDEO mode, but it does not come on. I have cable TV.

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  • arnoldrachel Nov 08, 2008

    I have a coby DVD, and it now works, thanks.

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 the connectiong wires correspond to the color of the rims in the cinnection jacks  both  for the TV and the DVD player.
you  must be able to connect to the DVD player making the right connections

usually the Yellow -> Audio out of Dvd and other end the "Audio in" of the TV
                  White-> Video out of DVD and the other end into the correspoding "video in " of the TV


make sure you are connectiong the cables into the Audio and video "in"  of your Tv and not "Out" 

hope this help  if it does not please do post back.

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Sir,

Step 1 Find the audio/video cable in the box of your new Coby DVD player. The cable will have red, white and yellow plugs on both ends.
Step2

Find the video output jacks located on the back of your Coby DVD player. The video output jacks will be the same colors as the plugs on the audio/video cable.

Step3

Plug the cable into the video output jacks of your DVD player by matching the color of the cable with the color of the jacks.

Step4

Find the video input jacks on the back of your TV. They too will correspond to the colors of the plugs on the audio/video cable. Plug the cable into the video input jack on the back of your TV by matching the cable with the corresponding colors of the input jacks.

Step5

Turn on your TV and your DVD player and insert a DVD into your DVD player.

Step6

Cycle through the video inputs on your TV until the DVD you’re playing appears on the screen.


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The Yellow wire goes to the Video Input of your TV. While the white and red wires are for your audio.

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The YELLOW = VIDEO
RED / WHITE= AUDIO

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    micromaster Nov 08, 2008

    YELLOW WIRE GOES TO VIDEO OUT / IN
    RED AND WHITE WIRE GOES TO AUDION OUT / IN.


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    micromaster Nov 08, 2008



    Component video connections are found on most DVD players and HDTV
    tuners, and on a growing number of TVs and A/V receivers. However, this
    type of connection can vary in bandwidth from unit to unit. To pass
    progressive-scan DVD signals without noticeable softening of the
    picture, a component video connection should have a bandwidth of 12 MHz
    or higher; passing HDTV signals without softening requires a bandwidth
    of 30MHz or higher. If you are only slightly shy of the required
    bandwidth for the signal you're viewing and your TV is 36" or less, the
    picture softening may be extremely subtle, or even unnoticeable.


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