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If you are going to hook up the DVD player to your TV through RCA cords, see the picture below.
Hook up the yellow RCA cord at the Video-in at the back of the TV and the other end at the Video out of the DVD player to get the video.
Hook up the red RCA cord at the Audio-in(right channel) at the back of the TV and the other end at the Audio-out of the DVD player.
Hook up the white/black RCA cord at the Audio-in(left channel) at the back of the TV and the other end at the Audio-out of the DVD player.
Red and white/black RCA cord is for the sound.
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Red is right channel, White is Left Channel, and Yellow is video. If you just got the TV and DVD player its a pretty simple setup. Just look on the back of the DVD player and hook the yellow cord to video and hook the other end to video on your TV. Now just plug in the red and white cords to the audio on the back of the DVD player and connect the other ends to audio on the back of the TV. You can bypass these connections and just get a HDMI cable which has video and sound all in one convenient cord, but they cost more. You just connect the cord on the back of the DVD player where it says HDMI and then plug the other end to the TV where it says HDMI.
#yellow cord in yellow socket #red cord in red socket #white cord in withe socket
now power the dvd
#Yellow cord in yellow socket there will be 2 places for the red and white cords #the red and white cords must be inserted in the audio, # you will see them next 2 each other insert them you it will work. For More Info Email To firstname.lastname@example.org
try using the RED, YELLOW , and White connections in different holes
soemtiems they get crazy and swap video yellow, to video red
instead of video being yellow on both ends, figure out which one is the video cable by trying all 3 , to all 3 connections on your tv, while both devices are on
it really doesnt matter what color the cables are as long as the one from video out on the dvd player is going to video in on the tv then the same for the sound.yellow is generally video and red would be your sound