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I lost my manual. I don't know how to attached my Orbitron DVD player to a Philips 1080p hdtv. Please help!

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Hello, attach the dvd player to either input 1 or input 2 look at the back of the tv you will see the inputs 1 and 2
you can use either the rca cables (3 cables, white & red are for sound and yellow is for video)
or use the svideo (1 cable usually black)
then you will use your remote to switch to the input used make sure to turn on your dvd and enjoy.

hope this helps..

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