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Re: no red plug
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
Initially, the yellow on the TV unit is for video while the white is for mono audio. In cases such as this and the cable to be connected has three, yellow would still go to yellow while the red & white would go together before going into the white by using an adapter as shown below.
If the RCA jacks on the TV says IN, then they will not work as audio source for the wireless headphones. The headphones would need an OUT from the TV. Sorry.
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Sounds like from the symptoms that you have plugged the white and red cables into AV3 input on the back of the Teleivsion and plugged the yellow cable into AV1 on the back of the Television.
Check the cables are all plugged into AV1 input ports on the back of the Television. Red and White go into the Audio inputs and Yellow goes in the video input. Also make sure you have not plugged cables into component inputs on television look for AV1 in on back of Television .
First you need a component cable to solve your problem.Since you have not mentioned what device you are connecting to your TV, I''ll assume its a DVD player or a settop box.There is a Red and White audio sockets + Red / Green / Blue component video socket. Just make sure you connect the corresponding two sets of jacks at both end of your TV & DVD player and everything will work.
The red, blue, and green are the component cable hookups. What you have w/ red, white, and yellow is called composite or on most TV's (AV) See if the TV has a side port for like a camcorder, etc. It will not work by hooking into the red/blue/green as they are different signals.
It is possible that your yellow jack may be separate from the red/white audio left/right jacks.
Best to use the a/v cables.
Your player should have output ports for audio and video, on the ports that say output, plug the cable red to red, white ot white, and yellow to yellow.
Now, the cable going the back of the TV. Your choice, input1 or input 2. Just plug red to red, white to white, and yellow to yellow.
Now press the the input button on your remote until the picture and sound appear.