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HII AM USING MY YELLOW RED &WHITE PLUGS FOR MY FOXTEL SO HOW DO I PLUG IN MY WII AND MY DVD PLAYER

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  • coopernewham Jul 25, 2009

    HI IT IS PS50B40B1D THE TV ONLY HAS ONE SET OF THOSE COLOURS THE REST AARE BLUE AND GREEN

  • coopernewham Jul 25, 2009

    THEY ALLREADY HAVE CORDS ON THEM CAN I PLUG THEM INTO THE BLUE AND GREEN OR NOT? RED,WHITE YELLOW HAS FOXTEL IN THEM

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Do you have the exact model of your tv? That way I can give you the exact options for your setup. Do you only have one set of RCA plugs? That is the red white and yellow. There are also audio/video selector switches you can get at any electronics store. They range from 20-40$. Once I have more information I can assist you further. Please don't reject my solution until I get a chance to do so.
Thank you,
Lee

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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    Lee A. Jul 25, 2009

    Ok then another option for you is to purchase a set of component cables, the red blue and green ones are for video they are called component. You can either buy a set for your dvd player or for your wii. I would probably just buy a cheap set and use it for your dvd player. There should still be the red and white plugs for audio with the component set up. Here is a link to show you the different colors and how your set up should basically be. Then you just go the respective input channel when the television is on. Im having trouble locating your tv by model but this should be enough information for you to get everything working.
    Thank you,
    Lee


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    Lee A. Jul 25, 2009

    if you visited the link you should have a red green and blue or a yellow and then white and red. the white and red are for audio. The yellow is for video. That is composite. red green and yellow are 3 colors. Is foxtel your cable provider or? Basically what information I need and you need is how many different video inputs you have on the television. Then you will know what you need. If you dont have enough you need an audio/video selector switch. You can get them at any electronics store or on the net. Also is your tv a samsung 50 inch plasma? Like I said the model number does not show up for me. What is your location? Once I have more information I can assist you even further. Although I have given you enough information you should be able to get everything hooked up.here is an example of an audio video switch that can handle up to four different components.

    http://www.buy.com/retail/product.asp?sk...

    Thanks again,
    Lee


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