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What are the blue,green,red connections for?

What are the blue,green,red connections on the back of the tv for? I also have them on the back on my dvd player and of course can't find manuals.

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These are the RGB inputs which connect in to give direct Red, Green, Blue inputs from one source to another, they will give a better quality of picture.

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How to you conect a kawasaki dvd to a hd tv


The best connection the kawasaki dvd has is a Component connection. This connection separates the Red, Green and Blue colour signals. Your HD TV should have a component input, just look for Red, Green and Blue RCA inputs labelled "Pr", "Pb", and "Y".
You don't need the red, green, and blue colored RCA's specifically for this type of connection. The colors are there to help make it easier to connect. You can use any coloured RCA as long as you have the Pr on the DVD connected to the Pr on the TV and likewise for the other two connections.
In addition to these connections you will need two more RCA's (Red and White) for the audio signal. You will need to connect the audio output of the DVD, to the audio input corresponding to the same Component Video input you are using for Video. This should be fairly self explanatory when looking at the DVD's and TV's connections at the back.

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We're not getting any sound from the dvd's. I have two cables (green/blue/red) and (red/white). but I'm at a loss how to connect from DVD to TV. Help please!


If your TV has the green, blue, red inputs then connect these 3 cables for the picture. DVD to TV, green to green, blue to blue and red to red. If your TV only has a yellow input, then connect the green cable only from the DVD yellow to the TV yellow. Now for the sound. Connect the DVD white to the TV white. Connect the DVD red to the TV red with the red cable. The white and red inputs will be next to the yellow and the green, blue, red inputs on the TV. Next select the TV input using your TV remote. Select the input for the DVD connection.

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Connect dvd recorder to cable box and hdtv


I have posted a tip that should help you out with your problem follow the link below but there is one minor variation for connecting to your TV.

On step 3 of the connections section substitute the follow for your situation.

You will need 1 component cable (Red/Blue/Green/Red/White cable)

3) Connect the Green/Blue/Red connectors to the back of the DVR labeled "COMPONENT OUT" matching the colors. Connect the same ends to the input of the back of the TV again matching the colors.

4) Connect the last two connectors (Red/White) to the back of the DVR to the AUDIO IN on the TV.

Other than this variation all shoud be the same.

CLICK HERE for complete tip.

Good Luck...

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Blue colors are now green.


It sounds connections are not matched yet. Make sure connections are green to green, red to red and blue to blue in dvd player and tv are correct.
Try another component video cable.
If problem still exist, test dvd player to any other tv, found ok then component input of this TV is bad, need to get it repaired.

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Movie has no red color only green and yellow


Remove & re-seat the component video cables at both the TV and the DVD player.

If the problem continues, disconnect BOTH ends of the BLUE cable and the RED cable. Connect the BLUE cable to the RED jack at both the DVD and TV, and connect the RED cable to the BLUE jack ob both the TV and DVD. If the RED color comes back and the BLUE is missing, then replace the RED cable (the red cable is broken and will not pass the signal that it is connected to).

If all works, reconnect the colored cables to the corresponding colored jacks at both the TV and DVD player.

If the RED color still won't display, isolate the trouble to either the DVD player or TV by connecting the DVD to another TV w/ component jacks. If the RED is still missing, it is a problem inside the DVD player - if the RED displays, it is a problem with the TV.

Good luck!

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How do I connect my dvd to my tv???


connect component{red, green, blue} cables to corresponding color on back of tv or yellow, red, white cable to back or front of tv and select input on remote. May be component labeled or video 1, 2 and etc...Make sure dvd player is turned on first.

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Hook up of dvd to tv


hey I think you need to use component cables blue green red from the player to the tv, make sure the blue green red ports are also on the tv, note: red yellow white composite cable will not interchange with blue green red component cable or connection.

simplify- blue green red= component
red white yellow=composite

*wires must match colors on both tv and player inputs.

then set your input on your tv to where you conected the cable.

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How to connect to TV


The Yellow/Red/White connectors are Composite+Audio
Yellow carries a composite signal and Red and White Carry left and right audio channels.

Red Green Blue Connectors are Component
Each coloured connector carries one 'component' of the picture

So yes, your extra set of red white yellow cables would be fine to use, just make sure you connect the same colors at each end red-red green-green blue-blue

However..... the red green blue only carry the video, you will still need to carry the Audio, this is usually done either by the red and white (L & R stereo) or your DVD may also have an optical or coaxial output to carry the sound. if there is no equivalent connector on the TV then you may be stuck swapping the red/white cables, usually though there would be 2 sets of red/white connectors one set to go with the yellow, one set to go with RGB.

Apr 22, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Trying to connect my dvd to the tv plus i have cable


You can use the following:

TV Connections:
  1. Composite (red, white, yellow)
  2. Component (red, blue, green)
  3. HDMI -
DVD Player Connections:

  1. Composite (red, white, yellow) - comes standard.
  2. Component (red, blue, green) if you have it.
  3. HDMI - if you have it
You can use any of those to connect the dvd player to the tv. You can use the remainder to connect the satilite box.

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