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    How do we connect the cable cord to the tv?

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Some Flat Panel TVs do not have atsc tuners on them. You should be able to connect your unit using Component cables through. This will provide a better picture, but you will have to control channel changing through a cable box. You will need a cable box to connect your TV to cable. If you dont have a tuner you cannot just connect from the cable cord coming from the wall. What is your model number?

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U will need to get another av ..connecter...the color cords you said..there rca jacks..then it will work

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I have a cablevision box with a set of red, green and blue wires and another set of red and white wires. How do I hook the cable to tv to get cable? The colors on the front and back of the Mickey tv are...


hi. The colored cord you described are for high definition, there should also be some jacks on the back of the cablevision box that say "video out" "left""right"

Find those, and the video out is the yellow in jack on Mickey, and the Left is the white jack on Mickey

If you can't find those, then use the cable tv out from the box to hook it up to your tv.

This is all that is needed to hook up really, just the coax cable from the box to Mickey.
I know Mickey has a antenna cable jack on the back.

Just run a cable from the box to mickey, put Mickey on channel 3, or 4, depending on what the setting is on the box, and you should be good to go!

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When we put in our security system we were conected to a regular phone line, however we've just recently have our tv, computer and phone line tied in on cable. What do I need to do to have my security...


On your cable box it where your regular phone is plugged in, you need to take a regular phone cable and cut it, take that Green and Red wire to the series jack green and red... and take the yellow and black back to a phone jack. now plug your phone in that jack and it should work just fine.

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Yes. Look on the dvd player for a video output, the manual should specifiy what cord is required. You may have got a cable with it. One end would probably be a yellow RCA jack (goes into a video input on your tv. You will most likey have to plug in a 3.5mm to RCA cable from the audio out or earphone jack (use audio out if it has one). All of these cords can be had for cheap and radioshack or any audio video store. Do not buy the best of the best. The really expensive cables will not show you any improvement over the cheaper ones. You can always bring the player with you along with the manual, and someone can match up the proper cables. It wont cost you much. However, the picture quality wont be as good as a standalone DVD player, but it would be better than nothing.
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I need to know what channel to operate my wii on. I have a toshiba tv that is about 8 years old.


Try changing the TV inputs to VIDEO or AUX, using the remote or a button on your TV. If there is not a way to connect the Wii to the TV using the 3-cable system (Yellow, Red and White), then you might have to use a VCR or DVD player to plug the 3 cables into and then transmit the audio and video from the Wii using the regular cable line of VCR or DVD Player on TV channels 3 or 4. If your Wii has a regular TV Cable jack on the back, connect that to the jack on the back of you TV and select channel 3 or 4.

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I just bought a Dynex DX-LCD19-09 19 inch TV. I also have a Phillips home theater system. I have digital cable and I cant figure out how to hook it up to where i can watch regular tv but hear it through...


The only audio out jack on your TV is for the headphone on the left side of the TV. You need to purchase a 3.5 mm to RCA audio cable, connect the 3.5mm jack to the left side of your TV and the 2 RCA audio cable ends to the audio in of your Home Theater and then select AUX 1 or AUX 2 on the home theater depending on which jacks you plugged into.

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Gud day..you check first ur cable then ur speakers.. even the connectors and jacks...

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This is possible a number of ways. Depending on the type of TV you have, it may have audio out on the back of the TV. This will be two jacks that are RED and WHITE, and it should be labeled "TV OUT" or "OUT". Use an RCA audio cable and connect these two jacks to the TV jacks of the same colors on your surround sound unit. If your TV does NOT have audio out jacks, you can still accomplish this by use of a VCR. Just run your main TV input [coaxial cable from antenna or cable/dish] into the VCR, and then out to your TV as normal. Leave your TV on channel 3 [or 4, or whichever channel the VCR uses]. If you're using a regular antenna, you can switch channels on the VCR. If you're using cable, you should be able to just change channels on the cable box. This will give you surround sound from an older TV without audio outs. But most larger and newer TVs have an audio out jack on the back. Hope this helps!

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If your tv has line out jacks, run cables to the "play" jacks in the back of the 300. If your running satelite, run the sound cables to the player instead of the tv. If your running a vcr player seperate, you can run those sound cable to the back ot the 300. The video cable would go straight to the tv.

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