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Our tv has two inputs not three. The player has three outputs. The tv has one for audio and one for video. We are unable to get the philips to function under these circumstances. ps we have three different tvs, puchased at different times and all are different makes. None have three inputs. Please advise if there is converter of some kind, otherwise we have to return the philips dvd/video player model #dvp3340v/17.HELP!!!

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Ok i am guessing that you are referring to RCA type hookup, if so there are 2 different types - yellow/white/red and red/green/blue no your TV probably has 1 yellow and 1 red or white if this is the case then make sure that you match up the yellow with yellow and then for the red and white these are for sound and you can buy a conversion cable at wal-mart for under $5 just make shure that it is 2 female RCA to 1 male RCA then plug both the red and white into the female sides and the 1 male into the one on the TV - now the channel that this input will show up as will most likely be AV1 or AV2 not a normal channel like the VCR did with channel 3

if you tell me the brand and model # on TV i will look it up for you and give you a more detailed description

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