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I have just purchased a Toshiba Integrated Digital LCD TV and I can't seem to run my DVD and Video player through the TV. I'm probably not connecting it right, but don't know what else to try. Thanks for your help.

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The DVD and video player have HDMI. Component, S-Video and RCA audio/video output connections that need to be connected to the appropriate inputs on your TV. You select the type of connector and cable to use.

HDMI provides the best quality, if available and works for both audio and video.

The TV's, DVD's and video player's manuals describe how in detail. Look at the connection instructions and diagrams. You then must select the correct input on the TV to play each source.

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I would say an RF modulator would not be designed to handle the output frequency that your DVD device generates. Throw the modulator out, or perhaps get another TV, or use RCA cables instead if the TV has AV inputs. Whichever is cheaper and easier, but don't use RF accessories except a standard antenna if/as required.

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