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Input and nearest sound inputs (for RCA type plugs)

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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    Timothy Brooks Apr 21, 2008

    Yellow= video, red=right audio, white=left audio

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If your TV is supplied with a video input, you will need a set of Composite Baseband video cables commonly known as RCA cables (Yellow, Red, White).

See the last paragraph if your TV is not supplied with a video input.

You will connect the Yellow (Video) from the DVD's video output, to the Yellow (Video) input on the TV set; example is VIDEO 1 or AV1.
You will connect the Red (Right Audio) from the DVD's Red Audio output, to the Red (Right Audio) input on the TV set using the same input number as example above.
You will connect the White (Left Audio) from the DVD's White Audio output, to the White (Left Audio) input on the TV set using the same input number as example above.

Turn on DVD, and TV set. Select the proper input on the TV set using the input button (video, source, AV select, etc.)

If your TV set is not supplied with a video input only a coax cable input, you will need an RF Modulator which can be purchased at any Best Buy, Radio Shack, Wal-mart, etc. You will also need a small coax jumper (3 to 6 foot should do it), and a set of RCA cables (Yellow, Red, White) as described above. The RF Modulator comes with instructions on how to connect it. It has a coax input, RCA input and a coax output that will connect to your TV set.

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I don't know this model of TV in particular. I can give you a generic answer that should allow you to figure this out.

Check the options for your TV set. See if there are the connectors at the rear side for an external audio and video input that is compatible to your DVD player. This would be an external video audio input option. If there is and you do not have a switch for it, then you need the original factory remote contol. Many of the universal remotes lack the full features of the products.

If your TV set does not have the option for external video and audio, one work around is to purchase an audio video RF TV modulator. Many of the stores that sell TV options usually carry these devices. You can then add a CATV 2 way cable switch to switch between the modulator and your cable service or antenna. You will have to purchase the additional necessary interconnect cables.

On the input of the RF TV modulator you would connect the DVD player. The quality will not be very good, but at least you will be able to watch the DVD player on your TV set.

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