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Your description is somewhat confusing. Most TVs today have component inputs with limited composite inputs. If you have the red green and blue video input Jacks, that is component. The single Yellow Jack is composite. There are adapters available on the internet. You don't need audio in the adapter because audio out to audio in from DVD to TV is the same regardless of the video input. Another option if your DVD is the single yellow output is to convert that to HDMI for which adapters are available. Hear you do have to use the audio jacks to the converter for the HDMI cable to function. Otherwise more information is necessary.
selectable 720p/1080i output via HDMI digital interface (separate adapter available for TVs with DVI input) selectable progressive-scan mode for smoother video with HD-compatible TVs (via the component video output) optical and coaxial digital outputs for Dolby Digital/DTS /PCM
1 set of audio/video outputs (composite, S-video, 480i/480p component video, and HDMI)
plays DVD-Video discs, DVD-Rs & DVD-RWs, and DVD+Rs & DVD+RWs
The connection you use will depend on the TV. For the best picture, connect component video cables (not included) from the DVD player's output (to the right of the other jacks on the back of the unit) to the component video in of the TV. Then connect the Right and Left audio from output 1 to the appropriate audio input of the TV. (These may vary depending on the TV and other devices connected to the TV. They might be audio 1 or part of a group with the component video inputs.)
Otherwise you can use an S-video cable connection and the separate audio cable or the composite video cable (which has 1 yellow RCA plug for video and 2 others (red and white) for audio). Connect these from the output of the player to the matching input ports of the TV.
For TVs with only RF in, you need a composite video to RF modulator (converter). See a store like Radio Shack for this.
OK, what you have is the Composite Video cable (Yellow RCA plug) and the Audio cable for Right (Red RCA plug)) and Left (White RCA plug) audio channels. You just have to look at the back of the DVD and locate the Composite VIDEO output jack and Audio output jacks, just match the colors. Sma thing on the TV, just look for either AV1 or 2 Composite Video input jack and audio input jacks.
Set the TV to select the video source you have the cable plugged into, and that is.
If your TV has an OUTPUT MONITOR Output Jacks, Yellow, (Video) Red (Audio) & White (Audio) FEMALE RCA Jacks.Then these will output WHATEVER is showing on the TV screen. And can be used as an Output for any Recording Viewing device.
There will be other, FEMALE RCA Jacks,AV, Yellow, (Video) Red (Audio) & White (Audio) and possibly also The Composite Video, Red, Green, Blue, all Video, These are INPUTS, they will be there also. Make sure.
yes, you must have at your tv one of this plugs: Connector Type Sony DVP-NS710H 1 x Composite video output ( RCA phono ) - Rear , 1 x HDMI output ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ) - Rear , 1 x Component video output ( RCA phono x 3 ) - Rear , 1 x Audio line-out ( RCA phono x 2 ) - Rear , 1 x Digital audio output (coaxial) ( RCA phono ) - Rear on your tv the connector is input.
Here is the list from the spec. sheet of all of the connections available on your TV
1.0 x HDMI ( RCA phono x 3 ) - Rear , 1.0 x Composite video/audio output ( RCA phono x 3 ) - Rear , 1.0 x VGA input ( RCA phono x 2 ) - Rear , 1.0 x Remote control ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - Rear , 1.0 x S-Video input ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ) - Rear , 1.0 x Serial ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - Rear , 1.0 x Composite video/audio input ( RCA phono x 3 ) - Rear , 2.0 x Composite video/audio input ( Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ) - Side , 1.0 x Audio line-in ( 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) ) - Rear , 1.0 x S-Video input ( RCA phono x 3 ) - Side , 1.0 x Audio line-in ( TOSLINK ) - Rear , 2.0 x Digital audio output (optical) ( 9 pin D-Sub ) - Rear , 1.0 x HD component input - Rear
The color-coding used for the RCA connectors is nearly universal:
composite video - yellow
audio - red (right channel) and white (left channel)
component video - green (Y), blue (Pb) and red (Pr)
Also, these jacks are normally labeled in print as well, although it's sometimes hard to read the text on some equipment.
Match the connectors on your converter box to the corresponding connectors on the TV. If your converter box was one purchased with the $40 US Government coupon, it may not have the component video outputs. The only coupon-eligible boxes are the most basic models, and they sometimes have only RF (channel 3 or 4) and composite video outputs available.
yes , this is why , on your dvd there is a "yellow for video" output on it ,and then there is a "red output jack for right audio"
and then there is a "white output jack for left audio" does your tv have these inputs?
the blue , green and red "RCA JACKS" are called " composite video" which seperates the colors of given video
the red and white RCA jacks are for right and left audio and are required when using composite or the yellow video jack
there is also a "s-video" connection that is one cable but seperates the colors for better picture quality ( dvd player only)( vcr and tuner do not work with this)
then there is a optical or coax digital connection for a reciever that decodes the connections audio digital signals for dolby digital surround sound