Question about KLH KD1220 DVD Player
Color coded RCA plugs in the back of the DVD will match the jacks on the rear of the TV, you only need 3 but can use up to 6 if motivated. red and white are sound while yellow is always video for the most basic connection for an anolog TV. Orange is digital audio, small optical out (square plug) is for optical audio and the 3 other colors back there are for colorstream outputs or composite outs. If you have a rectangle plug in the back that is for a HDMI cable. Of course if you have a solver metal threaded connector like a cable jack in the back you can use that too but there are very few DVD players that have this connector.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
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