Question about Televison & Video
New audio/visual equipment is daily
less compatible with "older" TVs"...
There ARE adapters available to achieve
certain levels of CONNECTIVITY but
Those adapters will seldom give you FULL
"Older" TVs if equipped with "RCA" (PHONO TYPE) jacks
are fairly obvious by the color of the audio...
(usually red & white)
and the video (used to be a single "yellow"
I'm going to keep this short...
Evoltuionary TV connections is a really BIG subject...
You need to disclose more than "OLDER"
But my best advice is to cave in and buy (or borrow)
yourself a MODERN TV that will accept the
"several plugs" you have.
Carnac the Magnificent
Posted on May 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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