When I hooked up the new DVD player which is also a Toshiba, Model SD4100, only the Audio works but video doesn't. DVD works great on another TV, so it's not the DVD player the trouble. Everything else is working on the TV, as well. I think it is in the programming of the TV, is there anything I can do to make them compatable? Thank you!
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The standard color codes for analog audio are Red/White = Right / Left; Yellow = Composite Video.
Single coaxial or optical SPDIF cable = digital stereo or multichannel audio
Red/Green/Blue = Hi-Def component video
HDMI can carry multichannel digital audio and Hi-Def video from a source to a TV
To hook up a toshiba DVD player to a television, you need to get the prongs, that you will use to hook them up.
You have a prong with red and white tip, locate the audio out on the DVD and plug in one of the prong in it then locate the audio in on the television, then you plug the other prong in the video out of the DVD player also you plug it in the video in of the television.
That is all you need to do, then you ensure you have your television on the AV mode to enjoy the DVD player on it.
Hi, Please few things... 1- Make sure audio and video wires are hooked correctly in AV input of tv and you selected that AV input in tv with its remote. 2- Also check your dvd has not been set on progressive mode if you hook dvd player through yellow-red-white wires with tv. 3- if dvd player is set on progressive mode, then hook it with tv by component video input, red-green-blue for video and red-white for audio. Hope this info will solve your problem. Thanks.
You connect up a DVD to a TV via the Audio Visual leads, they go into the Red White, the Audio, & Yellow, the composite Video. In & Out. They wire color to color. Then you select AV on the TV. & press Play on DVD.
The VCR is straight analog/composite and if you are trying to get it to show up on the TV via the HDMI connection between the receiver and the TV it is probably not going to work correctly until you add a dedicated pair of audio connection from the receiver to the TV...
Well, i had a look at the back of that Toshiba TV - make sure that the red, white, and yellow cables are hooked into the Video-1 slot of the Toshiba and that the Toshiba channel is changed to Video 1.
Then check your nameless DVD player and make sure the red, white, and yello cables are all hooked to OUTPUT slots that are in the same column or row - if I had you DVD manufacturer and model #, I could suggest some additional steps to check. Also, make sure your dvd player is in dvd playback mode.
You are confused regarding how to connect your DVD player to your Samsung TV. There is no such thing as "5 composit hookups". Your DVD player most likely has right audio (commonly red), left audio (commonly white), and video (commonly yellow) outputs which should be connected to corresponding inputs on the rear of your TV.
I ran into the same problem, Radio Shack has a device called a RF Modulator. The model # is Model: 15-2526 | Catalog #: 15-2526, the price is $27.49. On the back there is a place for cable in and cable out to tv. There are the 3 rca jacks on the back also, 1 video (yellow) and 2 audio (red/white) That simple. Set the tv to channel 3, turn on the dvd player and it automaticlly puts the dvd on the screen. Turn it off and back to normal cable. Works great, I use one myself. hope this helps. Steve