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You have a few options that depend on the types of OUTPUT jacks you have on your DVD player & the types of INPUT jacks that are on your TV. If both devices have HDMI capabilities, using that kind of cable is the easiest & best sounding/looking of all the options. If you have COMPONENT jacks (red,blue & green cords), just connect the appropriate color to each end. *Note: to get audio while using COMPONENT cables, you must also use the red & white connectors from the audio OUT jack on the DVD & connect them to the red & white audio IN jacks on the TV. The other connection method is by using the COMPOSITE cables (red & white for audio, yellow for video)
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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