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Re: Red goes out
How is the player attached to the TV set. If its with a scart cable or the R,G,B plugs, there is a loose connection in the cable or plug itself, or the connection inside the TV set or on the printed circuit board inside the DVD player. You should be able to make the problem happen by moving around the cables. if it does not, them maybe the TV set has a loose connection on the CRT socket or the player has a fault in the color demodulator circuit.
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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 the connection to the TV is correct. Yellow(video) jack from the DVD player will go to yellow jack of the TV, white to white(audioL) and red to red(audioR) for compsite audio/video connection. Red to red, green to green and blue to blue for component connection.
If your hooking it directly to the tv depending on how old the tv is use one of the inputs. Hook the two red and white to red and white and the yellow to the video in input. If it's an older tv you will need whats called an rhf adapter. Hook your color codes together and use a cable cord to go from the antenna out to the tv's uhf input. I hope this information was helpful........... : )
you may need to change the settings for video out. If the video is set to Progressive scanning and P Y R (green, blue, red cables) then it won't display video using the yellow cable. turn progressive scanning off and maybe try to select S video output. that worked for me. of course u mite have to have a tv that has both yellow video input and blue green red video input to see the menu to start with.
The Yellow/Red/White connectors are Composite+Audio
Yellow carries a composite signal and Red and White Carry left and right audio channels.
Red Green Blue Connectors are Component
Each coloured connector carries one 'component' of the picture
So yes, your extra set of red white yellow cables would be fine to use, just make sure you connect the same colors at each end red-red green-green blue-blue
However..... the red green blue only carry the video, you will still need to carry the Audio, this is usually done either by the red and white (L & R stereo) or your DVD may also have an optical or coaxial output to carry the sound. if there is no equivalent connector on the TV then you may be stuck swapping the red/white cables, usually though there would be 2 sets of red/white connectors one set to go with the yellow, one set to go with RGB.