Question about Toshiba TN55X81 55" Rear Projection Television
Probably, you'll just need the audio and video cables separately. Most DVD Players still have Component video (one cable with 3 video plugs on each end and the two channel (red and white) RCA audio. Your TV also has an AV input (one cable with a single RCA plug on each end - usually yellow for video, plus the audio cable) and S-video.
The component video is your best choice with modern DVD players if you can't use the HDMI port.
I hope this helps.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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