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I believe the Sony Trinitron WEGAs do not have an HDMI connection on the back of the TV. If they do it would be labeled as HDMI input below that familiar looking HDMI narrow horizontal connector. But I believe what you have is the RGB connector which looks like three round female connectors which are color coated Red Green and Blue. Now these RGB connectors are a form of high definition but it's not a direct connect for for your HDMI DVD player or your XBOX 360 or what ever you want to hook the TV up to.
You'll have to convert you HDMI to RGB. you can still purchase DVD players with RGB outputs but if you already have a device that requires a TV with HDMI, you can buy a converter. Go to RadioShack or BestBuy or search online for a HDMI to RGB converter cable . It should look something like the picture below.
RED GREEN AND BLUE for video. And then the white and red connectors that are banded together are for your audio.
depend on tv input; if it's only one rca input mean is composite video; if are 3 rca input mean rgb video. so from dvd you need a scart to composite or rgb. on tv usually is AV or AUX channell. try to find a universal remote to select properly the channel. bye
An HDMI to component video cable will not work. These are meant for projectors that work with computers and have only component in jacks.
You will need is a VGA to Composite video converter, VGA to component video converter or HDMI to component video converter. These translate the computer output to the input the TV will understand. Here are some VGA to component video converters: http://www.ramelectronics.net/audio-video/video-converters/vga-rgb-hv-to-component-video/c10000-c11200-c11215-p1.html . (The exception is if your computer has a TV-out port. In this case, you need an adapter that looks like an S-video plug that will then have composite or component video jacks.) If you want to use the TV speakers, you will also need a 3.5 mm to 2 RCA audio adapter (either M and F/F for an RCA cable to the TV or F to M/M for a 3.5 mm audio patch cable) or cable (3.5 mm M and M/M RCA).
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (A computer gives RGB output on the VGA cable; the TV reads PbPrY on the component video. Thus you need for the converter rather than a simple adapter. Similar communication differences apply on the HDMI signal.)
When you try to program what??? usually you connect the XBOX OUTPUT to the same INPUT on the TV (RF ch 4 or 3), (RCA) yellow, white, red connectors or the RGB connectors, and for some newer 360 boxes you have the HDMI connector, it has nothing to do with the COMCAST CABLE unit... it is just a matter of having the correct cable/connections and the correct input set on the TV...
There is no RGB connector input at the rear of your RCA tv. There is Video, Audio-L, Audio-R and S-video inputs. You won't get any response from your TV, if you connect the RGB connector to the above said audio video connections. You can connect the Blu-ray player with S-Video connector. After connecting it with specific S-Video cable to your TVs S-Video input and Blu-ray players' S-video output, assaign the input of your TV to S-Video, by going to its Menu, and sufing through it. OK.
Yes, if you get the appropriate converter. You will need either a VGA to component video or VGA to composite video converter. Some of these are available here: http://www.svideo.com/pctocomponent.html . Since the computer VGA port provides an RGB signal and the component video is a YPbPr signal, the converter is essential.
However, the cost of the converter may not be worth using this method when replacement monitors are fairly cheap. (Christmas sales had 19" LCD monitors for under $100 with VGA input.)
Look for a monitor cable with 15 pin RGB plugs on each end, that will transmit the video portion of the signal so you will need an audio cable with 3.5mm plug on each end also, there are RGB cables that have the audio cable together as one big cable.
Using the A/V cables from The nintendo (64/Game cube) or using the component cables (RGB) and audio (R W) Wii. The TV should have matching connectors labelled video1 video 2 etc. just match the colors and select the proper input on the TV
It is not a matter if your TV is compatible with a digital signal, it is the signal being offered to the TV. Meaning, if you are using Cable TV, you are fine and need no further action because the digital signals are already converted by the Cable Box into either an analog TV (RF) signal, or a PBR (RGB or Comp.Video) signal which the TV understands via a separate input (external video input).