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Rgb internal wires which ones can u use to convert it into red, white and yello at other end for tv

I need to connect a video input red/white yellow into a monitor that only takes rgb. After stripping wires what do I do next plz help desperate my bf is destroying every cord in house trying to fix this

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RGB is a term that means the guns in the crt or other display are only driven by amplifiers for that color. So you have to have seperate signals and inputs for red,green and blue. Those come from the source in that method. They are then fed into the monitor for which each of those colors has its own channel and amplifier. If you dont have something that is supplying the RGB singals then it is of no use. The colors that you listed as red white and yellow are for COMPOSITE video with AUDIO. The yellow is the whole video signal and the red and white are stereo sound signals. No attempts at making that work will correct this unless you buy a converter.

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You need to locate a composite to RGB converter box.

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HDMI: This is one cable that provides both audio & video and produces the best picture quality. It comes in different lengths and is a wide, flat connection. A must for 1080p resolution signals.

Component video, RGB or YPbPr analog component cables: 5 separate RCA cables, 3 of which are video that separate the video signal & 2 audio cables. The 3 video cables are generally red, green and blue (RGB) or marked individually with the letters Y, Pb/Cb & Pr/Cr . The audio cables are red & white. You may see these on the back of DVD players often. They will carry a signal up to 1080i but not 1080p.

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Composite video: 3 separate cables; Red, White & Yellow. Red & White are audio, left and right while yellow is video.

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This depends on what you want to do SD or HD

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good day, if youre saying that you program the DVD to work on channel 2 or 4 does it mean you convert the signal of your dvd player from A/V output to RF out?

because the simpliest way to connect your DVD player to TV screen is by using RCA cable ( 3 wired cable being color marked as yellow/red/white) yellow = video red and white = audio

the connection would be: from dvd back part you'll see colored socket yello/red and white. connect the RCA to those socket following the same color .

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Well, you don't give much to go on...

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