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I am trying to connect my portable DVD player to the TV in my hote; room. On the back of the TV there are red and white connection for the audio but not a yellow for the video. I have audio and i have connected the yellow to the purple or green ( I can't recall ) and I have a picture its just black and white. The picture on my DVD player is in color. Please help

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You're connecting to an HD connection that's why you are seeing the purple and green.

You should have 3 composite inputs, ie. yellow, white, and green on the back, and on the side in addition to the HD ones you are currently plugged into.


Posted on Jan 26, 2009

  • cah5115 Jan 26, 2009

    HD chords have several picture inputs and not just one like composite. You need to plug into the regular RCA jacks on the side or in the back, not the HD ones.

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