Unable to get sound when connecting DVD player to TV
The TV I am connecting to the DVD player only has two imput links on its back; one yellow, one white. The DVD player has 3, including red. No matterh what combo I have tried, I get a true, clear picture, but no sound.
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Re: Unable to get sound when connecting DVD player to TV
Connect one end of white cable to dvd/vcr audio output and the other end of white cable to tv audio input L .
connect one end of yellow cable to video output on dvd/vcr and the other end of yellow cable to video input jack on tv
If you connect like this after checking you connections this should fix problem.
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Use HDMI wire if you have that option than simply tune TV to HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 etc depending which one you connect it to .
OR. analog ( R C A ) cables analog. Output from DVD player to imput tv """ red is right white. Is left sound. Yellow is video pay attention to where you are plugging on TV.video 1 or 2 or 3 Since you will have to go to ( video. Or imput ) on your TV to access the DVD player. Another words your cable box is a TV imput . You're doing is also a TV imput You have to tune it to be able to watch it
there are usually two or three connections used by modern players, HDMI (http://www.pctechnologiesusa.com/catalog/images/COUHDMIFF.jpg) component(http://supply2build.com/uploads/categories/Component-Video.jpg) and composite (the yellow video in last link) you connect the device to your tv with a compatible cable between the two and change the tv to the proper input. The tv will usually have labels on the back to tell you which input is being used. If you have an audio amplifier then you must refer to your manual to figure out the proper pass though.
Hi, When you bought your DVD player it comes with 1 type of cable. RCA type cable 2 audio and 1 video. Yellow for video and red and black for audeo. Your TV should have RCA plugs on back and match them up with DVD player. Most DVD player now come with optical out put, TV must have input to complete. If you have that you can get better sound from them. Good luck
your dvd player got three cable one red two white
three yellow ok here i go dvd player input plug in the yellow cable in the yellow in put @ the back of your dvd dvd player
the white cable and red cable is your sound the yellow cabe is your picture see that you have a yellow input @ the back of you tv and plug in the yellow in it then it will work
Red is right channel, White is Left Channel, and Yellow is video. If you just got the TV and DVD player its a pretty simple setup. Just look on the back of the DVD player and hook the yellow cord to video and hook the other end to video on your TV. Now just plug in the red and white cords to the audio on the back of the DVD player and connect the other ends to audio on the back of the TV. You can bypass these connections and just get a HDMI cable which has video and sound all in one convenient cord, but they cost more. You just connect the cord on the back of the DVD player where it says HDMI and then plug the other end to the TV where it says HDMI.
On your TV IN .. Yellow is Video, Red is 1 Audio. White is Audio 2 this is for Stereo if Mono white is not used.Your TV then needs to be set to Aux or Imput.If no button on TV use UP-Down Chanels. Good Luck.