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The standard video cable should have two branches, one with 3 plugs, red, white, and yellow, the other with 3 plugs that are grey, with stripes labeling them as red, green, and blue. These are the component video connections. You plug those 3 into the corresponding colored inputs on your TV, and you use the red/white plugs from the other branch for the left and right audio. Then, just make sure the switch on the end of the cable that plugs into the console is switched to HDTV, and you are good to go.

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