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HOOKED IPOD TOUCH TO TV WITH COMPONENT CABLE AND I HAVE TWO SCREENS AND COLOR IS NOT RIGHT

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  • detillman Jun 06, 2010

    IPOD IS SET TO NTSC.????? I CAN SEE THE VIDEO BUT WITH TWO SCREENS ON A 61" SONY TV

  • detillman Jun 08, 2010

    are you referring to the color cables from apple?blue cable may not work with blue hooknup on tv?

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Make sure your iPod is set to output the right kind of TV signal for your TV: NTSC or PAL. NTSC is primarily used in North America and Japan, while PAL is used in most European countries.

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

  • manuel oliva
    manuel oliva Jun 06, 2010

    "COLOR IS NOT RIGHT"- for color is not right...
    for two screen try settings of your tv, also check color coding of the rca's sometimes color codings are wrong.


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I've got a i-pod touch, how do I show that on my t.v.


If you want to output what's on your iPod Touch screen to your TV screen then you'll most likely be needing some kind of AV output cable to take the output from the iPod and put it on the TV. Consult an Apple store near you or the Apple website for the different cables available. The cable you choose will depend on what generation of iPod Touch you have and what kind of inputs your TV has, e.g. HDMI or Component.

Mar 27, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How to connect an iPod to a TV


<p>The iPod is a very capable media player personal, but sometimes that tiny screen just does not cut it. Fortunately for owners of iPod, Apple allows users to connect their devices to a TV, so that the videos from your iPod to transmit to the screen. For this connection, iPod owners to buy an extra TV out cable, which is sold in most electronic stores. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Buy a cable TV output compatible. Apple sells three TV-out cables, iPod composite cable, composite cable Apple and the Apple Component Cable. See the References section for an iPod TV out cable compatibility list to ensure that you have purchased the correct cable. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Connect your iPod to TV out cable TV. Depending on the output cable TV you bought, the cable connects the input of the composite or component input on your TV. Each entry is color coded to the appropriate plug-ins to handle. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Connect the other end of the cable to your iPod. The cable consists iPod is connected to the headset connector iPod, Apple, while the other two-plug cables into the wall socket. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Turn off the TV mode on your iPod through the opening of "Video Settings" from the "Videos" menu on your iPod and change "TV Out" to "On." <br />

on Aug 09, 2011 | Apple iPod touch

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How To Connect Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod To The TV


The following devices have support for TV out:
  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • iPod touch
  • iPod nano (3rd generation and later)
  • iPod classic, iPod (5th generation), and iPod photo
Note: Other iPod models may support viewing of photos or slideshows on the iPod display but do not support TV out.
The following docks support TV out when used with an iPod model or iPhone that supports TV out:
  • Apple Universal Dock (requires either the Apple Composite AV Cable or the Apple Component AV Cable-will not work with the iPod AV Cable). Search the store for part number MB125G.
  • iPod Universal Dock or iPod with color display dock (iPod photo dock)
Important: The iPhone dock does not support TV out.
iPod models that support TV out can support viewing on a television in several ways. Use the tables below to see which cables and docks can be used with each iPod model. Check the documentation that came with the cable or iPod for information on how to connect and enable TV out.
Note: If you choose to use a third-party cable, make sure it has the "Works with iPhone" or "Made for iPod" label. Learn more about iPod and iPhone accessories.

All you need to get TV out is a compatible iPhone, iPad, or iPod and the correct cable. If your device works with the component and composite cables, then the choice depends on the TV(s) you will be connecting to.

  • Apple Composite AV Cable (part number MB129LL) will connect any iPhone, iPad, or iPod to your TV using RCA Cables.
  • Apple Component AV Cable (part number MB128LL) will connect any iPhone, iPad, or iPod (except iPod with color display (iPod photo), and iPod (5th generation)) to your TV using Component Cables.

A dock can be a welcome addition if you're going to keep your cables connected to the TV. The Apple Universal Dock includes an Apple Remote so you can pause and adjust the volume from a distance. The docks and cables are sold separately.

on Feb 21, 2011 | Apple iPhone Smartphone

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I hooked up my cable box up to my sceptre tv and it had sounds but the picture is black and white I even went and bought the blue and green cords but still only black and white


With the blue/green/red cords (Component) you need to get a very good bright light on the connectors so you get the plugged into the correct COMPONENT connectors on the TV. Note, there are white and red AUDIO plugs right near the COMPONENT input so you need to be VERY careful. If you get it wrong, the colors on screen are often off and even black&white.

How is your cable box connected to the TV? Screw on "COAXIAL", Yellow, Red, White "RCA", single flat connector "HDMI" or 5 colored plugs 2 X Red, 1 X White, 1 X Blue, 1 X Green "COMPONENT"

Jan 08, 2014 | Televison & Video

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How to display movies from an iPod touch to the tv


iPod Model iPod AV Cable
(part number M9765G)
Apple Composite AV Cable
(part number MB129LL)
Apple Component AV Cable
(part number MB128LL) ht1454_1.jpg ht1454_20.png ht1454_30.png iPhone3 - √ √2 iPhone 3G - √ √2 iPhone 3GS - √ √1 iPad - √ √1 iPod with color display (iPod photo) √ √ - iPod (5th generation) √ √ - iPod classic - √ √1 iPod nano (3rd generation and later) - √ √1 iPod touch - √ √2 iPod touch (2nd generation) - √ √1 iPod touch (3rd generation) - √ √1 Notes:
  1. 480p/576p.
  2. 480i/576i.
  3. Requires iPhone software version 1.1.1 or later.

Feb 21, 2011 | LG 47LG50 47 in. LCD HDTV

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Tried hooking up the DVD player and get no sound & the color is really bad. I have the red, blue & green hook up am I missing something?


You have component cables from your description. Make sure that each one is in the right slot on both the DVD output and the TV input. As for the audio, the component cables do not carry audio, so you need to hook up audio out from the DVD player to audio in on the TV. Usually red and white RCA jacks for audio plugged into their respective color coordinated ports. Good luck and I hope this helps.

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Ghosting problems with a Samsung-LN32B360


I think your cable box is old version together with weak signal caused this problem. I guess you are using coaxial cable hooked up to the TV at TV cable input jack.
At the TV there are some better quality inputs which are real digital transmission (audio and video) HDMI and components (digital video and analog audio).
The most simple and best quality is HDMI provided the box has HDMI output.
Secondly is component inputs. There are 5 cable trends in which 3 of them (red, blue, green) for video and the rest 2 are for audio (red , white). The cable box should have same color accordingly as ouput. Please note that the color must be matched otherwise you will see the screen has one color only.
Playing a DVD player to see picture good or not. If picture is good, TV has no problem at all.

May 25, 2009 | Samsung LN-S3241D 32 in.LCD HDTV

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Hook it up to the tv


If your hooking it directly to the tv depending on how old the tv is use one of the inputs. Hook the two red and white to red and white and the yellow to the video in input. If it's an older tv you will need whats called an rhf adapter. Hook your color codes together and use a cable cord to go from the antenna out to the tv's uhf input. I hope this information was helpful........... : )

May 10, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Unable to connect my ipod touch to tv


Hi there,

I use both the composite and component cables from Apple with no problems. Go to the ipod settings, under video then tvout. Make sure it is set to your tv standard (NTSC or PAL) and the format (Widescreen or standard).

Also, make sure you are putting the video cable into the correct socket for it on your tv, either composite or component.

All the best
Sean

Jan 01, 2009 | Apple iPod touch

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Connecting ipod to yamaha A/V receiver


To see video output on your televison, you need one of hte following versions of the Ipod:
  • iPod touch
  • iPhone (software version 1.1.1 or later required)
  • iPod nano (3rd generation)
  • iPod classic
  • iPod (5th generation)
  • iPod with color display (iPod photo)
When you plug the cord into your Audio receiver, the Ipod is only sending audio to the receiver. For your iPod to send video output to your television, you will need to buy an AV cable for your tv. Here is the link to Apple's website where you can view the A/V cables that will allow you to watch video on your television. Here it is

Apr 13, 2008 | Yamaha RX-V661 Receiver

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