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Connecting a Sony dvd player to an AOC flat screen TV

I have connected the audio/video in and audio/video out correctly but I get "No Signal" on TV screen. What else do I need to do?

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Set your TV Input to AV. Are you sure that you have the audio and video cables connected properly? Video out to video in and audio out to audio in? It can be easy to get them reversed.

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Please try this procedure on how to connect your DVD player to your TV..


Follow this instructions:


1. Check the back of your DVD player. It will have up to three different types of outlet connections enabling it to be linked to the TV. The most ideal is an HDMI connection, which is a thin rectangular outlet marked "HDMI." It provides the highest quality signal to your flat panel TV. If your DVD player doesn't have an HDMI outlet, you can also use a standard RCA outlet. This consists of three round cable jacks labeled with a color coding. The yellow jack is for the video signal while the red and white jacks are for audio signals. Some DVD players may have an S-video outlet as well. It will be a circular jack with a number of holes. While not as effective as the HDMI jack, it provides a clearer picture than the RCA cables.

  • 2. Look at the back of your flat panel TV for a series of "In" jacks corresponding to your DVD player. There may be a number of them under different labels (Input 1, Input 2, HDMI 1, HDMI 2 and Component Video are common). All of them work, however, and all can carry the DVD signal into your TV. Simply select an "In" jack that matches the DVD outlet you have selected and note the precise label.
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