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How to hook up dvd player with red blue and green connectors to direct tv box with red yellow and white connectors

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The Red Blue And Green are for things like projectors they send out the 3 colours to make up the TV screen.
The Red and White connectors are right and left audio the yellow is video.
I don't think you can connect these two together. So unless the box has a scart socket and the DVD player one also you are stuck.
If there's a problem caused by a shortage of scart sockets, then can I suggest a Scart Switching Box from places such as Amazon, shown below:

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I HAD SAME PROBLEM. WHEN I WENT TO THE SETUP ON SCREEN MENU (#5) IT SHOWS THE DEFAULT FOR "VIDEO OUT" SHOULD BE "COMPONENT". MINE WAS ON "S-VIDEO". I CHANGED IT TO "COMPONENT" AND IT WORKED FINE.

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Lorrie47, Need more info to help you. YRU trying to connect any A//V cables to the HDConverterbox to your DVD player? Can you plug the DVD player into the widescreen HDTVset or do you have old NTSC TV set like I do? I haven't even been to Circuit City, Sam's Club, or BestBuy to see what kinds of connectors are on those HD Tuner/Converter Boxes. Is the converter box u have equipted w/yellow(video), red(right), White(left) analog signal in's and out's? If the new HDTVconverter box has BASEBAND in's and out's then the installation/owners manual should have directions for their proper use. In any case you need to be more specific on what you are trying to accomplish. Tell me, does TV set stay on channel 3 , and never ever changed to chan22 or 51 or 8. Its always set to ch3?
Is it possible that maybe TV set has baseband (yellow,red,white) in's and out's on rear of cabinet? Now here are some rules to follow. Outputs must go to inputs. and colors must match. I assume that the HDTV tuner/converter box has a infrared remote control to do channel change and vol/up/dn and possiblly other things like switching of sources. does the manual say anything about AUX A/V inputs that can be used? Hpoe this has been of some use to U. I'm Louie12fix can be emailed @ this:
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Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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The yellow and white cables hook into your tv inputs

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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SOURCE: I don't know where to put the yellow, red and white connectors on the TV or the dvw

look on the back of your flat screen , there is a panel with inputs , example: VIDEO 1 , VIDEO 2 , etc. , connect your yellow , red & white from the DVD COMBO to video 1 (input) there colored to match with your cable , yellow w/ yellow , red w/ red , white w/ white , hope this helps AJ

Posted on May 08, 2009

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The DVD player has component video as well as the S-video and RCA video and two RCA audio outputs.

If your player is the same as my picture, the component video jacks are in a horizontal line at the top of the back of the player. The white and red audio jacks are in a vertical line to the left. The yellow video out jack is in the second line just below the component video jacks (in a line with the coax port, the S-video port is in between the coax and the RCA video out). (The white jack is at the top left of the connections block, red below that, and yellow to the right of the red.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Posted on May 29, 2010

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