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The RCA outs are designed to send a signal to an external amplifier. That amplifier, in turn, sends the music signal to speakers.
The RCA inputs are designed to take audio signals from another device (like an ipod, CD Player, or computer) and play it through the Craig System speakers. If you sing into the microphone, the vocals will be mixed with the incoming music. However, in these cases, there won't be lyrics on the screen. If you play a karaoke DVD in a DVD player, connect the red, white and yellow RCA cables from the DVD out to the Craig Inputs, the lyrics should appear on the Craig screen while the music plays.
If you mistakenly plug RCA cables into the Craig Inputs and plug the other end into an amplifier's inputs, neither will produce any sound.
Using RCA outs is only necessary if you want to have louder music than the on-board Craig speakers can handle. Of course, you can run the yellow video cable to a TV RCA input to get a bigger lyrics window and the RED and White RCA to the TV RCA Red and White inputs to hear the music through the TV's speakers.
yellow is video and red and white are audio
you a get by with one audio. i think you are missing your video cable you can get by with two cables just use the white cable as a yellow and plug it into the yellow dvd plug and tv yellow plug and the red will stay hooked up for sound ( you wont have stereo but it should work)
Hello The yellow cable needs to go to video.The red and white are left and right speakers or stereo.Usually there is a yellow for video,the cable doesnt have to be yellow, another red or white will work.It just needs to be in the video jack or output.
You need one more cable for video.Also be sure your tv is set to the correct input for the wii to work.Possibly it may need to be on channel 3 or 4. Or if the tv is newer try component or any input available in the tvs setup menu.
These cable is to connect your tv to other hardware like a dvd player. Just plug the yellow cord on the yellow input in the TV and in the yellow output of the DVD, and the same thing for the other two colors.
The yellow it's for the image, and the white/red are for the stereo sound (right and left channels).
If you don't have extra hardware you wont need to connect that cable.
You need to make sure you have the right video cords. There's Component style where you have to plug the six colors in. There's regular A/V with the yellow, white, and red, the yellow is your visual. SOLUTION: Try to buy a set of cables called the RF style which is the kind of cord that plugs into your coaxial (cable port). The cords cost $10 at a Gamestop, this should fix your video problem.
Okay if you got a psp slim plug them into the headphone jack and the on your tv select that input channel(where you plugged in the av cables to the t.v) then to get the display on the t.v hold the display button next to the music note button. 1 more thing if you didn't get the component cables and just the regular red yellow white ones you won't be able to view games on t.v