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Connecting tv/to a receiver and a dvd

Connecting tv/dvd to a reciever. Sony TV on cable, I have a red, white and yellow wires.

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  • unitas78 Feb 02, 2009

    thanks. the tv is not connecting into the receiver

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Yellow is Video
Red is Right audio
White is Left audio

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  • shockman1157 Feb 02, 2009

    Did you hook up RCAs red and white to the receiever to TV, check settings on receiver make sure you are wired in Video input on receiver and audio output on TV, check for menu settings on tv check and turn on audio output settings if available, Hard to diagnois with out knowing model/brands

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