Question about Coby DVD-224 DVD Player
In an emergency rush (92-year-old grandma needs something to watch while we wait a week for cable) I recently unplugged my Coby DVD player, brought it to my new house, and I can't remember where the red, yellow and white plugs go in the back of the DVD player and TV. The back of the TV has two columns of red, yellow and white holes - which column do I use? And the DVD player has a ton of different holes with different colors. Which do I use?
I'm sorry I don't have more details...the DVD payer is at home and I'm at work. Maybe you can help me, though.
Much appreciated! Brenna
Here are some things to remember when messing with cables TO and FROM electronic audio/visual
devices. YELLOW connectors are for what you SEE on the screen of your TV or other viewing device.
The RED/WHITE connectors are for what your ears will hear, LEFT/RIGHT in stereo or mono.
Now all you need to do is connect the YELLOW output jack of your Coby to the YELLOW video
input jack on TV. You must remember forever and ever that the YELLOW jacks and plugs never
contain or transmit or move TV channels or CABLE channels or DISH channels. The YELLOW cable
which has plugs at both ends goes to jacks (output to input) and carries/transmits BASEBAND VIDEO signals only. Now all you need to do is make the TV stop listening to it's antenna in, and to
start listening to the YELLOW/RED/WHITE jacks on the back of the TV. You will need find out how
to put TV into MONITOR mode, or AUX mode, or VIDEO INPUT 1. Basically just match colors and
OUTPUTS to INPUTS. Hope this helps you out.
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