Question about MegaVision MV220 Monitor
Alright...those are Component Connectors...your DVD, and VHS will not work with that Monitor at all.
The Best and Cheapest Option...is to Buy a "Modern" DVD Player...which almost every single one Has Component Connectors.
On your Current DVD, VHS...ECT. The Red and White is Audio respectively, and the Yellow is the Video.
On a Component However the Red, Blue, and green...are all Video. You will need to use your "Current" Red and White Audio Jacks from your DVD and VHS Players on your New Monitor, and New DVD Player.
As Far as VHS is concerned...if you Buy a DVD/VHS Combo...you should have a S-Video Jack on Both the Monitor, and the DVD/VHS Player...Buy a S-Video Plug.
With that you will be able to watch both DVD's, and VHS Tapes without issue
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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