Question about Televison & Video
Those depending on the set are COMPONENT, SIMPLY: y IS video, the other two are blue and red chroma with video---they are used depending on how marked and the set for COMPONENT type inputs and or HD inputs.
Some sets they are HD and others they are not---if HD they will also be marked 1080 etc.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: connection for y pb pr cables
The color-coding used for the RCA connectors is nearly universal:
Match the connectors on your converter box to the corresponding connectors on the TV. If your converter box was one purchased with the $40 US Government coupon, it may not have the component video outputs. The only coupon-eligible boxes are the most basic models, and they sometimes have only RF (channel 3 or 4) and composite video outputs available.
Posted on May 03, 2009
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