Question about LG LM6700 47 in. Cinema 3D Smart TV
I'm trying to connect my camcorder with the red/yellow/white lead however my lg tv doesn't seem have these sockets to plug into. It has two AV sockets one says rgb the other has two input sockets one green the other yellow. Any ideas on how I can get connected?
You are probably looking at a component input, which is a high definition set up. Often the red/yellow/white (or composite) inputs on newer TV's are located on the side for easy access. Check both the left and right side of the set to see if thats where they are.
if they are not there, what model LG TV do you have?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think the problem stems from the HDMI port and scart ports, i have read somewhere on a sound and vision web site that these two conflict and when HDMI is in it only sometimes blocks out the scart signal. This could be what the problem of the freezing is, as when all said and done its just a very large pc monitor; and look at the trouble they can get in!.
Posted on Jan 17, 2007
SOURCE: LG plasma buzzing
Problem is probably with your cable box as you have confirmed that the set is working by using the dvd player, that is unless you have a bad cable for the cable box.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
You shouldn't need anything plugged into the accessory jacks to get local sound from your set.
Go through the main setup menu and check audio settings; they may be set to turn off the internal speakers to send the sound to a home theatre that you apparently don't have.
Most sets have that as a selection and supply L-R audio for an external system and mute the internal speakers.
FYI: The three connectors you mention are coded as follows:
Red - right channel audio White - left channel audio Yellow - composite video (contains synchronization signals and video)
These may be input connectors (for external VCR/DVD decks) so check your owner's guide to verify.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
For No signal try- Updating your Video drivers, and making sure it shows a connection on your laptop ( by going to propertys on desktop and then dysplay)
For format try- Updating and or turning down the screen resulotion becuase the size differs on screen even if you think it shouldnt.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
You are connecting it into the wrong input. The Wii comes with a RCA cables that should go into the Video (composite) input that has yellow, red, and white. The component input will not work with the RCA cable input. Plug your Wii into Video1 and you should get the right colors. There should be another HDMI on the side of your TV, there are inputs located both on the back and side of the TV for your convience.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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