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Follow the color code green for green, red for red, blue for blue, ignore the yellow wire, also be aware that there is an audio cable that is red also that wire goes into the Right channel audio and the white wire goes to the Left channel audio
hi that"s easy thing. first connect rca wire red white yellow to dvd hook up same colour red white & yellow female rca connection. then use another rca wire connect to your tv be video input in yellow one . red & white be sound input - red to red . white to white. just that. good luck!!
Your TV has two sets of AV inputs. One on the side and one at the back. The Wii has a 3RCA cable ( Yellow / Red & White ) . Connect these jacks to the corresponding color sockets on the side input of your TV. Select that input on the TV and your Wii sound and picture should come on. For the DVD player you have to get a 5 RCA component cable. This cable will have 5 colored jacks, connect the White & Red to the Audio in of the TV and then connect the Red/Blue/Green jacks to the component video input of the TV.Do the same at the DVD's end also. Setect that source on the TV and you should hear the DVD sound and picture.
This type of hook up is only for television viewing, to view the DVD you might consider purchasing some componet cables, they are color coded so hooking up is a snap, on the back of the DVD player you will see three RCA type connections Red/Green/Blue. componet cables are also these colors, connect one end of the cables to it coorsponding color on the back of your DVD and the other in the same color connectors labeled componet 1 input on the back of your television. You will also need a red and white RCA connector also for the audio as this is sound, a total of 5 connections will complete the hook up. Or you can go the simple route and use RCA type cables that come as yellow/red/white but for the best picture use componet cables this will allow you to watch your movies in HD.
You connect up a DVD to a TV via the Audio Visual leads, they go into the Red White, the Audio, & Yellow, the composite Video. In & Out. They wire color to color. Then you select AV on the TV. & press Play on DVD.
#yellow cord in yellow socket #red cord in red socket #white cord in withe socket
now power the dvd
#Yellow cord in yellow socket there will be 2 places for the red and white cords #the red and white cords must be inserted in the audio, # you will see them next 2 each other insert them you it will work. For More Info Email To email@example.com
If your hooking it directly to the tv depending on how old the tv is use one of the inputs. Hook the two red and white to red and white and the yellow to the video in input. If it's an older tv you will need whats called an rhf adapter. Hook your color codes together and use a cable cord to go from the antenna out to the tv's uhf input. I hope this information was helpful........... : )
hook the antenna to the VCR rf conecter IN.
buy some RCA jacks and a three way deal and hook the red to sound red out ,white to sound output white,
and yellow is always video hookit to yellow vido out on the vcr/dvd. The other ends go to the inputs on the TV....same color code.
or you can just hook a cable to rf connector OUT on the vcr and other end to( it with problably just same antenna in) to TV.