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Hi. Where can I buy parts for my AIM DVD Player DVX 505. Not finding anything on the Internet.

The Jacks for the Red, White and Yellow jacks are broken and I want to replace them.

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europe uses PAL and not NTSC..change the setting on the TV or DVD player accordingly. Set the TV system to NTSC or the DVD system to PAL

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SOURCE: dvd has no color on my new plasma t.v.

Check for loose connections or sockets either on the dvd player or the tv. If none exist try another lead. If this still does not work check the settings on both the tv and dvd player to make sure the input/output of the tv and dvd player are using compatible formats.

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

SOURCE: What are the functions of my input jacks?

The Y, Cr, Cb are referred to as "Component Cables". These are for enhanced quality. These connections must be used, at the min, for HDTV. THe Coaxial orange cable is for digital audio (used with a home theater system.

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SOURCE: Input to 3.5mm jacks

this unit should work great for that...it has an A/V in/out switch so you can use it as a monitor...I plug output from a cable tv box into and we use it to watch tv

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SOURCE: My TV has only the audio jacks (yellow and White)

yellow is video. white is left audio. red is right audio. just match the colors and leave red unplugged.

Posted on Mar 01, 2010

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