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Ls-180 x factor karaoke mic

Works through iPod touch on all tv's in house except logik tv /DVD . Have connected red white and yellow connectors directly to tv , nothing. Tried connecting these points r t-shirt to scart connection , still nothing. Have tried through DVD, atv, and dtv , cannot hear iPod or voice through mic or tv.

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A lot of newer tv you'll have to change the input of the tv to receive the signal. Most should be labeled. If it's red and yellow connectors it will be a composite connection. Some tv companies require a signal to be present before they will switch or even show the different inputs

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First are they two seperate units, ie. a TV and a DVD unit, if so you are connecting the dvd to the TV and the TV audio to the receiver, anyway the yellow connector is composite video, you can run this from your tv to the reciever video INPUTS, the RED and WHITE connectors are for AUDIO ONLY, hence WHITE LEFT CHANNEL and RED RIGHT CHANNEL, what to keep in mind is AUDIO OUT OF TV into AUDIO IN on the receiver, same on a DVD unit AUDIO OUT of the DVD unit into an AUDIO INPUT on the receiver, but take the DVD VIDEO OUT to the TV VIDEO INPUT, other routes are possible but just keep the in and out in mind when connecting.

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The RCA outs are designed to send a signal to an external amplifier. That amplifier, in turn, sends the music signal to speakers.
The RCA inputs are designed to take audio signals from another device (like an ipod, CD Player, or computer) and play it through the Craig System speakers. If you sing into the microphone, the vocals will be mixed with the incoming music. However, in these cases, there won't be lyrics on the screen. If you play a karaoke DVD in a DVD player, connect the red, white and yellow RCA cables from the DVD out to the Craig Inputs, the lyrics should appear on the Craig screen while the music plays.
If you mistakenly plug RCA cables into the Craig Inputs and plug the other end into an amplifier's inputs, neither will produce any sound.
Using RCA outs is only necessary if you want to have louder music than the on-board Craig speakers can handle. Of course, you can run the yellow video cable to a TV RCA input to get a bigger lyrics window and the RED and White RCA to the TV RCA Red and White inputs to hear the music through the TV's speakers.

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I'm trying to connect my denon dvd player to tv


The yellow plug is composite video; the red and white are analog audio. Not knowing specifics about your TV or Denon model number, I would suggest:

-- the red and white connectors go to the audio in on the DVD, and to the audio out on the TV. There will be a left channel and a right channel. Make sure you connect the same color plug on the same channel. In other words, if you put the red plug in the right audio out on the TV, also put the red plug in the right audio in on the DVD, the white in the left audio out on the TV and in on the audio in on the DVD.

-- the yellow connector will go on the video out on the TV, video in on the DVD.

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Alternatively, you may wish to purchase and use an S-video connector if your equipment allows. This would replace the yellow composite video cable, and enhances your image.

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The Yellow/Red/White connectors are Composite+Audio
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So yes, your extra set of red white yellow cables would be fine to use, just make sure you connect the same colors at each end red-red green-green blue-blue

However..... the red green blue only carry the video, you will still need to carry the Audio, this is usually done either by the red and white (L & R stereo) or your DVD may also have an optical or coaxial output to carry the sound. if there is no equivalent connector on the TV then you may be stuck swapping the red/white cables, usually though there would be 2 sets of red/white connectors one set to go with the yellow, one set to go with RGB.

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If you want to connect the mics to a Karaoke system using the same receiver, simply unplug the White RCA cable from the Microphones, and plug in the White RCA cable from your karaoke device. Now, you'll get music playing from one side of the speakers, and mic playback from the other side, simulating the karaoke experience.

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