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the back of dvd is easy because it only has outputs with color code, the inputs and outputs on the back of the tv are grouped if you look closely on the back. select video 1 as an input on tv, and start with the far left yellow jacks on the back of tv, connect yellow rca cable and check for pic on tv, if not move to next yellow jack on back of tv, until you get a pic, connect the red and white right below the yellow jack that gave you the picture and you should also have sound
You must be referring to the RCA jacks. this is true for most video appliances the yellow jack is always video. red is always right audio and white is always left audio. I have yet to see a standard TV with video out but they usually have audio out
Unlikely. If the TV supports digital, it will have an HDMI or a DVI jack on the back. Red-Green-Blue jacks are not digital. Yellow-Red-White jacks are not digital. Will it show you a picture from a DVD or a digital Cable box? Sure, if the TV has the right connectors on the back.
if your old vcr have a rca jack at the back, then you can easily connect your rca. remember color yellow means the video and red and white means audio left and right. but if there's no available jack then you have to connect it using RF connector directly connected to the antenna connector at the back of your tv. then you need to rescan your tv to get the exact channel for your vcr. good luck!
the yellow rca input jack( not the output one ) is for video in (by itself ) and the red and white rca jack inputs are for the right and left audio that is also required when using the yellow video jack
the red and white audio jacks are also required when using the component video inputs ( BLUE , GREEN & RED ) rca jacks
but only one type of connection is required ( yellow video jack , red and white audio jacks ) or ( the blue , green and red component video jacks and the red and white audio jacks )
you will need the yellow video input and the red and white audio inputs
Yes, the front RCA jacks on the Sony sets always seem to crack loose. I have seen that many, many times. To get to those jacks, you will have to remove the back of the TV and carefully pull out the main chassis, taking care not to pull out any wires or jacks. When the main chassis slides back, there is a smaller board in front of the main board, and the pushbuttons and RCA jacks are on that smaller board. The connectors to that board usually come off when you slide the main chassis back, so you will need to put those jacks back in place when reassembling. Slide the smaller board back, flip it over and resolder the connections on the RCA jacks. Sometimes I find that the copper trace to the center pin of the video (yellow) RCA jack is broken, so test for continuity and solder a small jumper wire to take the place of the cracked copper trace if necessary. Reassembnle the set and your jacks should be working fine.
two audio out RCA type lacks a red and white.
only thing I can think of is make sure nothing is connected to the outputs unless your running it to a stereo.
now for the inputs are 3, video yellow ,left and right audio is white and red, make sure the yellow has yellow input rca plug.
still problems take them all loose and see it feed back goes away.