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Hook up dvd to Konka tv

Can you send me a picture of the installation? There are several ports on the back. I'm trying to install a S-Video cable with the audio cables for the audio.Can you send me a picture? It is very small on the Konka operating manual. Thank you, Joe Crowe/ joen4ix@embarqmail.com .

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  • crolag Jan 20, 2008

    I bought a new dvd. It is a Philips dvdr3475/37. I am having the same trouble and that is I get no sound. I'm using a s-video cable and the video is fine. I am not getting any sound when I try to play a dvd disc. I'm sure with all the plug in ports on the TV I'm just not getting it hooked up properly. Can you tell me the exact plug in ports I am suppose to be using. My tv is super, but I would like to play and record on my dvd. Your help with this would surely be appreciated. Joe Crowe

  • tbernard15 May 10, 2008

    I've tried to hook up a dvd player to the tv but I can't get picture sound or anything

  • dede549 Jan 12, 2009

    i need to know how to hook up dvd player on my konka tv set

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    konka 21 have picture but no audio

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Keep in mind that there is only one set of RCA (or composite) inputs to this tv. For the video, you have the option of using the RCA jacks OR S Video input. When using the composite set of inputs you are using set of jacks (looking from the back) to the right of the tv that are furthest away from you. The audio for this set of jacks are the second and third composite jacks (counting from the right).

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I dont really have a problem. I just dont know which port to hook dvd player to. I need maybe the layout of the back panal, on what goes where.


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