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I have a large, heavy entertainment cabinet, so it is very difficult following the wires to setup my new HDTV. I have a JVC HR_XVC27U that has yellow, red and white cables in the VCR/DVD Out going to TV. I also have a red and white pair in the DVD Audio Out, but I can't identify where this audio feed is going. In addition, I have a Red and While pair laying in the TV section and I can't identify where that audio feed in coming from. I thought they were both ends of the same cables, but I'm now convinced that they are separate cables. The JVC manual doesn't even show the DVD Audio Out being used, so I'm really confused. Any ideas on the use of the two unidentified audio pairs. Thanks.

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  • jimcmay Jul 19, 2009

    Thanks for the quick response and info.

    Why would I have originally used the audio feed without the S Video to match? Would it have had anything to do with the entertainment system's surround sound, maybe?

    Also, any ideas on the unused Red and White pair of cables in the TV/Cable Box area?



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Hello Jimcmay,

*Basically your DVD/VCR Combo has a basic Audio / Video Out jacks that you can run the yellow, white, and red cables to your TV's Audio/Video IN jacks.

*Then you have your Component Audio/Video out that runs into your TV's Audio/Video in jacks for your dvd player.The audio cables maybe used for surround sound.

---- If your TV has two sets of IN jacks then hook both sets of audio/video cables up and try it.I looked at the manual as well it appears they run both sets of audio/video cables to the tv. I know my LCD TV has two sets and is hooked up in the same way.


S-Video is for video only it does not utilize sound. This is just a different option rather than using the yellow video component cable.

Post back with any additional questions and I will assist you further.

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The yellow, red and white connectors are for the following in order => Video out for DVD/VCR, L&R Audio out for DVD/VCR output. The second set of red and white cables would be used if you wanted to use the S Video connection on the back of your unit for just the DVD part of the machine. Since you would be sending your video signal to a different video input, you would need to supply that input it's own audio. The S VIdeo would give you a much better picture on your new TV. They don't bother to give you that type of a connection for the VCR because unless you had the old SUPER VHS type of a player, you wouldn't need that type of a connection. To get the very best connection from your unit to your new TV you should actually use the COMPONENT VIDEO connections from your unit. Then also connect the yellow, red, and white connections to the new TV. There is a major improvement in picture quality when using that connection.

Good luck and I hope it goes well for you.

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