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Namco yellow and white inputs to Sanyo DS27510 27 " TV

Need to know where to connect White and Yellow connection to TV to Play Namco Games

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Yellow goes in the Video In ,White goes in the Audio in.If you don't have any imputs there are converters that will convert A/V inputs to RF (antenna).Good Luck

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