I connected my dvd player directly to the back of my tv, (not through my sound system) using the red, white and yellow cables but I have a very loud buzz in the audio. I get the same buzz when I connect the player to the accessories ports on the side of the tv. Any thoughts?
I have a new Sony RDR VX555 DVD/VCR recorder player. Yesterday I played a DVD with it for the first time. I noticed a humming noise that was quite noticeable. After checking around, I discovered that the noise was not in the system's audio cables, but was a mechanical hum from the DVD machine. It was radiating through the feet of the unit through the entertainment cabinet. I placed cork coasters beneath all the feet and that isolated the unit from the cabinet and killed the sound. You might try checking to be sure where the hum is coming from.
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If your TV has the green, blue, red inputs then connect these 3 cables for the picture. DVD to TV, green to green, blue to blue and red to red. If your TV only has a yellow input, then connect the green cable only from the DVD yellow to the TV yellow. Now for the sound. Connect the DVD white to the TV white. Connect the DVD red to the TV red with the red cable. The white and red inputs will be next to the yellow and the green, blue, red inputs on the TV. Next select the TV input using your TV remote. Select the input for the DVD connection.
Make sure that the unit is connected to the tv properly. Be aware that most dvd players have six connections. You can connect the unit to the television using RCA cables (yellow, white, red) or RCA sound with component video (white, red, blue, green, and red). When using the yellow-white-red method, the sound is carried by the white and red cables and the video signal is carried by the yellow cable. If you're using the white-red-blue-green-red method, the white and one of the red cables carries the sound, and the blue-green-red cable carries the video signal. This connection uses one cable for the green component of the picture, one for the blue, and one for the red. Make sure that the cables are connected properly and you don't have the two red ones mixed up. Connect Sound-R to Sound-R, component R to component R, etc. If that doesn't work, you may be able to adjust the picture on the tv. There's still a chance that the machine is defective.
good day,to connect your DVD to TV screen follow this steps.
1) prepare your RCA cable ( 3 colored cable yellow/red/white)
note: always remember this
yellow = video
red and white = Audio (left and right)
2) at the back or front display of your TV screen you'll see RCA socket
marked as "AV1 input" "AV2 input" etc... if your screen is only mono
sound you can only see two sockets Yellow=video white= audio
3) at the back of your DVD player connect the RCA cable following the
color code yellow to yellow white to white and red to red. after you
connect the cable to your dvd player now connect the other end of thr
RCA to your TV screen input.
make sure you'll connect it to "A/V input" not "A/V out" then after
connecting all the cables, from the remote commander of your TV screen
press a button indicating "A/V" some mark as "TV/AV" press this button
until your screen display the back ground display of your DVD player.
you can hook the cable box into the vcr and then out of the vcr into the spliter which will turn your tv red/white/yellow signel input into two inputs( you can get this at most radio shacks for about $7.00 dollors) this leaves you with one more input for the dvd player
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I also have a GPS DVD Player and Direct TV. On the back of the TV there are slots for AV1 and AV2, I chose AV1. The yellow cable is your video.When placing the YELLOW in the video I noticed the pic was Black and White. After changing it to the slot marked Video Y the color came back. The white and red are audio. I put the WHITE in Audio L and the RED next to it in Audio Pr. Granted I am using a Phillips TV but the concept is the same. Hope this helps. If you don't have sound, switch the position of the Audio (red and white) cables.
Do you have the red, white and yellow hookups on the back of your TV????? If you don't then you need to get an RF Modulator. You can buy one at Walmart. Older TVs don't have the red, white and yellow hookups. You hook up the RF modulator with a short cable to the cable outlet on your TV. Then you plug in your DVD player to the RF modulator. You also plug your cable for the TV into the RF modulator. It really is very simple. Directions are included with the RF modulator. You will need a short piece of cable also.