Question about Mitsubishi Televison & Video
Mitsubishi leads the industry with three rear HDMI 1.3 inputs and two rear component inputs for maximum HD connectivity. Both a front HDMI 1.3 input and a front component video input allow you to easily connect your favorite HD game system. check out your video game wires.
Two HDMI inputs and two FireWire (IEEE 1394) ports are on tap for compatible sources. There are also two component-video inputs, two A/V inputs with S-Video, and two DVI stereo audio inputs for folks wanting to adapt a DVI source device to the HDMI input. Rounding out the connectivity on the rear panel is one set of A/V outputs with composite video, a pair of RF antenna/cable inputs, and a coaxial digital audio output. For gamers and camcorder users, there is a set of front-panel A/V inputs with S-Video on the lower-left front of the set.
you will have to check out this front pannel av inputs wires.as this are eitther loose or not supporting and needs replacement.
if the wires are faulty you can get it at
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Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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