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Re: The yellow, white and Red plugs .....
The Yellow is your Composite Video Cable, The Red is your Right Stereo Audio Cable and the White is your Left Stereo Audio cable.
Connect the Yellow cable to the output of the Set Top Box and the connect the other end of the cable to the input of the TV, Do the same with the Audio Cables. The place on the TV will be called Composite Video Input (The two audio jacks will be near it).
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Id the TV Anolog or Digital? If it is analog, then the digital receiver must have RCA outputs to meet the TV's RCA inputs. To make an old analog TV work (meaning getting a picture), you have to check id the receiver has RCA or S-Video outputs. If so, then connect an RCA cable with yellow into yellow, red into red and white into white and then connect the same colors plugs to the yellow, red and white to the RCA inputs of the TV. Or, you can connect a S-Video cable plugs in the output of the receiver and the input of the TV, disconnect the yellow RCA plugs at both the receiver and TV sockets and leave the red and white cable for sound only, as S-Video has an improved video signal, therefore better picture quality. On the TV you have to select an AV input channel, like AV1 or AV2, etc. The same channels that you had used when you were once watching VCR tapes on analog TV. Hope this helps.
I don't think that cord will work. HDMI carries video and audio signals, you might get video but probably no sound. You might as well try anyway though so here goes... The red green and blue plugs are your video and the other red plug and the white plug is for stereo sound. The yellow plug is just a lower quality video plug. So plug in the red blue and green plugs into the component video inputs on the TV then the red and white plugs into the audio inputs. DON'T plug in the yellow plug. If this doesn't work go to your local home theater store and ask for a receiver or switcher that will downscale high def HDMI to component video and stereo audio. You can probably pick up a cheap one for around $100. Good luck!
There are red,white,and yellow wires at the back of the T.V. Make sure that the yellow wire is plugged into the yellow plug in hole, white wire has to be plugged into the white plug in hole, and the red wire plugged into the red plug in hole.Sometimes for the red wire you have to plug it in a black plug in hole. Make sure your T.V. is connected to you reciever. If this doesn't help I'd try calling somone to fix it for me.
If you have connected the red, white, and yello video cable connection right correct to the respective pins; both at DVD and TV end, by selecting the input to Video-1 or Video-2, you must get the logo of the DVD player on the TV screen. Please not that whether you have 'Power ON' the DVD player. If the connections are good, the logo must be ther. Otherwise check the continuity of the RCA cable, of it may have damaged[shorted]. Try replace with an other cable. OK.
These cable is to connect your tv to other hardware like a dvd player. Just plug the yellow cord on the yellow input in the TV and in the yellow output of the DVD, and the same thing for the other two colors.
The yellow it's for the image, and the white/red are for the stereo sound (right and left channels).
If you don't have extra hardware you wont need to connect that cable.
Are you SURE that you have the wii plugged into the inputs of the tv - red to red, white to white and yellow to yellow? (You would be surprised how many people plug them into the output rca plugs.) Are you SURE that you have the correct aux selection - many tvs of that timeframe have two: a front and a rear. If your wii cable works on another tv (try it if you don't know), then my guess is that your tv is not working right. You could try using an rf converter to plug it into the rf connector (threaded) of the tv and run the tv on ch 3 or 4.
use another input>>>video jacks like on your dvd player>>>red ,white , and yellow wires WILL work fine... plug cable or sat or dtv signal to TV using VIDEO jacks...red white yellow( plug into the INPUT on TV!!!enjoy
Check to make sure that the individual cables are connected to the corresponding channel. For example, DVD player is connected to the "Video 1" output on TV. On the back of your DVD, the cable is plugged in the "out" output, going to your TV the cable is plugged in the "in" output(red, white, yellow) Are you using an RCA cable(red, white, yellow) for the units?
make sure that the plug on ps2 is connected and check the settings on tv and the settings on ps2 browser are correct if possible check ps2 on another tv to be sure of it's settings if the ps2 works the check channel setting on tv make sure it's not in pal setting it should be ntsc and also check the antenna setting make sure it might be set to cable and also check cables of any sharp kinks your problem is with the yellow cable red and white is the sound
i am eltoyosi and am here to help you.
the first question i will ask you is this.....does your TV set have an av-output?
if it does then make sure you plug the AV cords from the game in the following manner...........
the yellow cord is for picture display and make sure it goes into the yellow cord on your TV set.
the red and white cords are both for sounds of the left and right speakers on your TV set. try this connection and you are set to have fun with your game,