Question about Curtis CM13102 13" TV
It is a TV/VCR unit I bought in 1990. There is only two AV jacks that seem to be Audio (white) and Video (yellow). But most DVD players have 2 Audios (white/red) and a third Video jack. Do I need to find AV cords that have only 2 (white/yellow)? Is there such a thing? I have tried channel 3 and all display options provided by the remote to see if there is a tricky way to watch DVD on this unit. Or is it frankly just two old school to accept a DVD player?
The white audio plug goes to the video in
Posted on May 19, 2009
Radio Shack has a Y adapter to hook up the 2 audio wires together RED/WHITE are audio. 2 females to 1 male Y adapter
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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