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RCA Plugs Wires. If you use only Audio, just plug the red and the white plug into the designated jacks. From the recorder you might need a 1/8 Stereo Plug. If you have RCA outputs, no problem, if it's a DVD player, than you need an RCA plugged wire with a yellow plug. Just to keep them apart. So you connect the input wire to the correct jack on the KCR2610.
With TVs, the cable connections (red, white and yellow) are usually on the back of the TV, but if they are on the front, when facing the TV, the spot to put in the cables are on the left side of the TV. with most all DVD and VCR players, the wire hook-ups are on the back, and are color-coded, idiot-proof, no offense, that was not directed to you.
The news is not good, my friend.
The USA switched to digital broadcasts of TV signal around February 2009. Before that, all TV stations were transmitting analog signals. This TV has an analog tuner and is not able to receive digital broadcasts.
Unfortunately, this TV does not have any input jacks for coaxial cable, RCA cords, or even a plug for TV input. So you don't have any simple means to hook up to DVD players or videogames, or (most importantly) a digital-to-analog converter box. Basically, this TV has no value in the USA. If you take it to a country that still broadcasts NTSC analog signals over the air, though, you'll be in good shape. But if I'm on vacation in one of those places, the last thing I'm going to do is spend my time watching a teeny tiny television, you know?
You seem to be missing the Screen Power/Audio/Video Connector cords. The green colored player is the main one and the other will feed off it however with the two lighter adapters they will work seperately. Currently my wife and I have one in her car and the other in mine unfortuantly once the car is shut off the dvd player resarts from the begining a minor inconvience but the picture quality is not bad.