Question about Televison & Video
it is possible , you can use HDMI cable ofr the RCA cable
If you've recently bought a home theater system, you are undoubtedly anxious to set it up so you can enjoy your first movie. But setting up a home theater system is far more complicated than setting up a TV or stereo. The following tips will guide you through the setup, for optimal performance.
Step 1: Check Hardware
Examine the cable outlets at the back of your new P home theater system as well as those at the back of your HDTV. You will find many that look similar. Just match identical cable jacks and connect them with the correct cables.
Step 2: Optimising Clarity
Look for a HDMI (high definition multimedia interface) hook on the HDTV as well as on the home theater. On a home theater system, this would usually be labeled as either “HDMI” or “HDMI Output”. This provides the best picture clarity and is by far the best cable to use.
Step 3: Video Hook-Ups
If the HDMI hook is not available, then look for an S-video or a component video hook up. These video hook ups will give you quite nice picture quality. You can identify the S-video jack as the large, round one. In the home theater, it would normally be labeled as “S-Video” and will be located under a “Video Out” title. Component jacks will also be located under the “Video Out” label. These come in clusters of three and are coded red, blue and green.
Step 4: Jacks
Located at the back of the home theater as well as the back of the HDTV, should be a yellow RCA jack. This would be similar in size to the component video jacks. You might find that this RCA jack will be grouped with a white as well as a red jack on your television. In the home theater, this will, in all probability, be under the label “Video Out.” It would be along with an S-Video connection. This option should be the last choice when connecting up your television. While the picture would be clear, the sharpness is not as good as with some other video options.
Step 5: HDTV
You can also hook up the HDTV and your home theater system by means of the best cable option available. What you would need to do is, you would need to plug the cable into the “Out” jacks on your home theater system. On your television, plug the cable into the “In From Antenna” or the “In”
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