Question about GE 25GT240 25" TV
I was told to connect a DVD player to the TV to determine whether the poor picture quality is the line, or the TV. I am not sure where to connect
it. Audio cables on one end, and a coaxial on the other, to go into the
TV? Or, what are the two larger holes in the center of the back, surrounded
by an oval separator? Is that another kind of connector, and for what?
When the Dish technician (on the phone) tried to help me, we could not
get the channels to go up high enough, above channel 69. I bought this
at a garage sale, and maybe I made a mistake.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Can't connect DVD player
Use your TVs remote and select AV usisng the TV/AV button. Most DVD players use the AV Cables to connect to TVs.Yellow Video Out to Video IN of TV, REd and White Audio Left and Right to Audio L and Audio R IN of TV.
Posted on May 24, 2007
In that case you may require an adapter box that allows multiple items to be plugged in to one socket. Ebay stock this sort of item as do electronics Hi Fi outlets, Radio Shack, Maplins etc.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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