I need to know how your going to connect it! basic is red to red white to white and yellow to yellow,If you do not have these connections on the back of your tv you will need to buy a cheap RF modulator
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1. Connect the audio cables to the AUDIO OUT L (left - white) and R (right - red) jacks on the back of
your DVD Player, and to the corresponding Audio Input jacks on your TV.
2. Connect the video cable.
• Basic video connection
- Connect the video cable (yellow) to the VIDEO OUT jack on the back of
your DVD Player, and to the Video Input jack on your TV.
(optional) - If your TV has an S-Video Input jack, connect the S-Video cable to the
S-VIDEO OUT jack on the back of your DVD Player and to the S-Video jack on your TV. If your
TV doesn't have S-Video, use the basic video connection listed above.
This problem has 3 possibilities, that your tv audio output is already damage or the cables that connecting to your tv and digital reciever is loosed or damage and may be your digital reciever sound pre amplifier is damage. Let's start to your tv, try to use a dvd player or cd player and connect it directly to your tv audio video input, or you can remove the connection from the digital receiver and use a small piece of wire then connect it to your tv antenna input and set your tv mode to aerial tv.If the tv produces sounds your tv is ok. To wire connection, first try to check all the cables that connecting to your tv and digital receiver specially the input, output connection,If wire is ok. Then the digital receiver has the problem try to contact service provider and ask if your digital receiver has a warranty.
the philips DVD player output gives three wire RED,WHITE,YELLOW accrording to them connect the red & white wire to the TV's red&white wires which is responsible for audio output from the dvd player, then connect the yellow wire to the yellow inlet of the TV, which is either on the front pannel or back side of the television which is provides the video signal from the DVD.
Ur tv and DVD player have a S-Video connections ports holes for this wire right?Tries websites like Amazon.com,Ebay.com to buy this S-Video wire to used to do the connections for the tv and the DVD player together by this S-Video wire in tv S-Video and DVD player S-Video connections ports holes for this wire.Use the AV cable RED,WHITE same connections like ur Wii connections to get the Audio.
is your TV connected to a receiver or DVD player? I want to know so that I can detect if the fault is from the video cord that connects your TV to the receiver or DVD player.
Or, you can connect a DVD player to the TV and see if there will be any picture.
I hope you understand what I'm trying to say above. Your TV not having picture might be a fault from the display board/ic inside the TV or it might just be a bad wire connecting from the TV to DVD player or receiver.
So try to check the wires at the back of the TV, to be know if its a wire fault or not.
it is known as componant input & out put.if your tv has component input then connect three rca wires from dvd to tv and change input mode to component.if your tv doesnt have compo in then u can connect it to v in yello wire ( only one wire)
at the dvd player plug in the picture wire by av out, at the tv plug the yellow wire in av in.
The sound is the same sound out at the dvd player look for a L R this means left and right at the tv there should under av in next to the picture wire you pluge the soun in
hope this is clear to you
Most DVD players connect to the TV by AV (three wires), component (five wires), or HDMI (one wire) connections, none of which are tuned. That is, there are no channels on the inputs. Connect your DVD to the TV by whichever connection you choose. Then with your remote, select the input on your TV that corresponds to where you connected to on the back of the TV.