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I have been giving a LX700 system with Phillips DVD, I have a Set Top box, a Teac TV with a Yellow, Red & black RCA jacks. How do I hook it all up? please help.

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  • jsc52438 Sep 25, 2009

    The DVD doesn't have a Ant.in or out so thi sconfiguration will not work.

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Hi,

To be clear to want to connect your LX700 system with PHILIPS dvd player and your TV tuner,

SOLUTION:

Here is the diagram of your connector


You have to get seperate Cable called RCA to TRS adapter
After getting thiis adapter you can connect your red and black RCA together and you get single 3.5mm jack connect this to Audio 2 shown in figure

And Connect the Yellow to Video/Y

Do the came thing dor your DVD player and connect the samt to input 3 or 2, IF your DVD has SVideo cable you can use that
Please leave me comment if you need furthur assistance
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OK from the top.

Set top box
ANTenna IN holds the antenna from the wall
The ANT OUT goes to ANT IN on theDVD Ant OUT on DVD goes to to TV ANT IN.

The 3 RCA plugs go from the STB audio and video OUT to the DVD audio and video in Usually YELLOW is video RED and white are AUDIO. and they go to Audio in

DVD has audio and video out RYW plugs and they connect to the TV as Audio and video IN . Thhe SET TO BOX sets the AV channel on the TV to play back anything that is played from the DVD and the channel to record from.

so you need 2 sets of RCA plugs and 2 coax connection cords and plugs other than the main antenna from the wall

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