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at the specs for your TV, it does not appear to have the jack for
will have to connect an audio receiver to
your TV and use the reciever's jack.
HDMI ports qty4
PC interfaceVGA (HD-15)
Input/Output connections3 x HDMI (19 pin HDMI Type A) - Rear, 1 x HDMI (19 pin HDMI Type A) - Side, 2 x Component video input (RCA phono x 3) - Rear, 1 x Composite video/audio input (RCA phono x 3) - Side, 2 x USB (4 pin USB Type A) - Side, 1 x Ethernet (RJ-45) - Rear, 2 x Audio line-in (RCA phono x 2) - Rear, 1 x VGA input (15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15)) - Rear
Hello, As far as I examine this model on the web,I discover that your TV has the following features as:
Feature: Combination TV/VCR featuring 13-inch TV and 2-head mono VCR
Feature: Front AV input jacks for game system; 181-channel tuner for access to unscrambled cable broadcast
Feature: 1 video, 1 audio (mono) input in front; RF coaxial antenna input in back
Feature: Mono output and built-in speaker; headphone jack
This means that you do not have "A/V output" jack to complete your desire.. Sorry about it.. Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for Helping out the Community :) Hope this helps!
Connect the composite video RCA (yellow) cable output of the DVD player to the TV's video input RCA (yellow jack). Connect the red and white RCA cable from the DVD players audio output to the TV's audio input (red and white jacks). Select the source input from the TV's control panel - if it has an input selector switch, set it to select the video source from the front panel input jacks if you connected the three cables - yellow, red and white on the front of the set. Or, change the channel to receive the video auxiliary input source instead of the broadcast station.
I wasn't able to lookup a manual for the Sharp GB960. In fact, manuals for any Sharp car audio product was woefully absent.
Try connecting the cables to the input of an amplifier. Female RCA jacks are used for low-level (preamplifier) outputs for subwoofers, sound processors, and additional amps. The impedance of the output is typically in the 20-25Kohm range and would not produce any sound in speakers or even low impedance headphones.
It's also possible that the RCA cables are an "AUX" input to the receiver and not an output. Although many of the mobile audio manufacturers are now using front-mounted phone mini-jacks as "AUX" inputs, some still have rear mounted RCA's.
Negative. Here are the specs for your TV/DVD combo: I hope this solution is helpful. Please take a moment to rate this solution.
Type: DVD player - built-in
Media Type: DVD, CD, Video CD
DVD Repeat Modes: A-B repeat, title, chapter
CD Playback Modes: Program play, random play / shuffle, all tracks repeat, one track repeat
Analog TV Tuner: NTSC
Reception System: NTSC-M
Analog Channel Qty: 181 channel(s)
Channel Coverage: VHF:2-13, UHF:14-69, Cable:1-125
MTS Stereo: Yes
Secondary Audio Program (SAP): Yes
Closed Caption Capability: Yes
Closed Captioning on Mute: Yes
Type: Remote control - infrared
Features: Back-lit buttons
1 x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ) - front
1 x composite video/audio input ( RCA phono x 3 ) - front
!st) The antenna INPUT::RF (black wire usually from "cable TV", "Dish TV", even ANTENNA air wave reception,etc.) into INPUT of VCR\DVD, OUTPUT of VCR\DVD to TV RF input. 2nd) If you have INPUT\OUTPUT to what are called " RCA " jacks on your TV, on the front or on the back, then any & all output jacks from VCR\DVD goes to INPUT\OUTPUT of the TV. In other words:: output of audio on VHS\DVD to input of audio on TV( RCA jacks). Output of video on VHS\DVD to input of video (RCA jacks)
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Is this a Pioneer receiver? They have the prefix of VSX but I can not locate that model on Pioneers website. It could be because it is an older model and no service information is on the website for receivers older than about 5 years old.
To answer your question I need more information. Do you want to connect the video switching of the receiver to the TV or just want the sound of the TV to go to the receiver? I would also need to know what type of video devices you want to connect and what type of inputs and outputs your TV has.
Most TV's have at least a composite video input, that is the most common type. it is a yellow RCA jack on the back of the TV and will be listed as an "input". That is what would be connected to the video output jack (yellow RCA) of the receiver from the TV for video switching. Then you need video sources connected to the video inputs of the receiver to go to the TV. You also need to connect the audio RCA cables from the video devices to the receiver on the proper video inputs that you have connected. Each video input for composite or S-video has audio RCA jacks (red and white) inputs so you can hear the sound of your video device on the receiver.
If you only want to play the sound from your TV on the recevier, you can use the audio output RCA jacks on the TV and connect them to an audio input of the receiver. This is a very simple way of using the receiver for all the different devices connected to the TV without having to connect everything to the receiver and then always having to have the receiver on any time you watch TV. The audio RCA jacks are always the red and white jacks. you just need to make sure you are using the output jacks of the TV and they are connected to an input jack on the receiver. Then you must switch the receiver to what ever input you just connected the TV to, like the "Video 1" or "Video 2" or maybe "Aux" input.
I hope this helps, but you didn't give much information on how you wanted to connect them.
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you can use the headphone jack just get an adaptor to change from the headphone type to RCA type. adjust the volume of the tv to 3/4 of the way to give line level to the stereo, use an aux input on the stereo. if you had a suround sound dolby digital / DTS receiver then use the digital coax out to that type of receiver, but since you have an anolog 2 channel receiver you must use the only anolog source (the headphone).