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SA3285/37 Mp3 player: what do I need to connect it to TV to watch downloaded movies

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I would take one if those av cable with the red white and yellow connections and see if there is a place to put it in your mp3 player, if not try using th head phone hole. You need to make sure its an av cable with a headphone jack on one end and the 3 color cables o nthe other, then just hook it up to your tv. Hope I could help

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Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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