Question about Sony DVP-NS57P
I have a GE 19GT312 TV and the only connection to the TV is a coaxial connection for the cable. What do I need to connect this DVD player in order to work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will need some cables first. It's really not that difficult once you know what each cable does.
Since you're only connecting from the DVD player to a receiver, this should be simple.
There are 4 solutions depending on what cables you have.
Composite - Yellow, Red, and White ended connectors.
S-Video - Black 4-pin connectors.
Component - Green, Blue, Red and sometimes extra Red, White for audio.
HDMI - heavy cable with a wide/flat connector.
Composite connection - Connect the yellow end to the yellow Video Out of the DVD player and to the DVD Video In on the receiver. Connect the Red audio connector to the Red Audio out of the DVD player, the White connector to the White Audio out of the DVD player, and then connect those to the Red and White Ins for DVD Audio on the Receiver.
S-Video Connection - This is the same as the Composite video connection, but connect the black 4-pin cable into the S-Video out of the DVD player and into the In for DVD on the back of the receiver instead of using the yellow video cable. The S-Video cable is a video only cable and uses the same audio cables (the red and white ended cables) for audio.
Component Connection - On the back of the DVD player, connect the 3 video cables that are Red to Red, Blue to Blue, and Green to Green. These will be labeled Y for Green, Cb/Pb for Blue, and Cr/Pr for Red. Connect these video cables to the inputs of the receiver the same way Y for Green, Cb/Pb for Blue, and Cr/Pr for Red. The audio connection is the same as composite and there should be a place on the DVD player that will tell you what audio is for Component. This is also the same on the back of the receiver.
HDMI Connection - This one is the easiest to connect as your audio and video are in the same cable. Plug in your HDMI cable in the back of the DVD player (there should only be one) and then to the HDMI connection for DVD on the back of the receiver.
Now...once you have your connections made, turn on your DVD player, set your receiver to DVD, and enjoy.
If your receiver does not have video inputs, you will need to run the video lines directly to your TV while the audio lines go to your receiver. This will mean you will need to set the receiver to DVD as well as change the channel of the TV to the input you have the DVD player plugged into.
I hope this helps.
Posted on May 12, 2008
SOURCE: Coaxial to component
Get a VCR and use the VCR as a "bridge" between the cable input and the TV. Your TV should have generic RCA jacks that will accept the output from the VCR.
Posted on May 27, 2008
SOURCE: Watching T.V. with speakers
i having the same problem but i have a LCD tv and have everything connected via hdmi tv to cable box tv to home theather system
no sound speakers work fine for dvd
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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