Question about Coby DVD-224 DVD Player
I just bought the Isignia Converter Box for my 5-year-old Toshiba television. According to the instructions, I have to connect the converter to my DVD player then connect the DVD player to my television.
The DVD player is a Coby cheapie.
Connecting the converter to the player was easy, but I'm having trouble figuring out which jacks to use to connect the player to the television. The player is a progressive scan player and there are jacks for that. Do I use those to connect the player to the television?
I called Geek Squad and they told me to connect the player to television with the coaxial cable. On the back of the DVD player there is a jack labeled ''coaxial'' but the coaxial cable's plug doesn't fit. And according to the instruction book with the converter, this is not the best way to connect the box to the television anyway to get the best picture and sound.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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