Question regarding audio connections Akai 30" LCD TV
Trying to connect a dvd player to this TV for a friend. The video connections are on one side of the TV, scart, composite, s-video, component.On the other side are the following connections PC, headphones, audio in 1/out (R/L), audio in 2 (R/L).
The scart is being used by a PVR and the composite by a freeview box. Have connected the dvd via the s-video. The pictures ok but can't figure out how to get the sound out of the dvd.
The PVR sound is ok being carried in the scart lead.
The freeview box sound is ok and connected to audio in 2.
The dvd only works in the audio in 2, ie have to disconnect the freeview box audio cables and plug in the dvd.
Can't figure out how the audio connection ties up with the video connections.
On my own TV each video input has it's own associated audio input.
Any help appreciated. model LM-H30CJSA
Re: Question regarding audio connections Akai 30" LCD TV
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Connect your Audio cable ( white-red) output from dvd to tv in.
Then connect your video output ( yellow) to tv video in. If you have Pb Y R in /out , just connect them accordingly to enhance the video.
Connect yellow video output on DVD player to yellow video input on TV using RCA cable. Connect white audio output on DVD player to white audio input on TV next to yellow. Connect red audio output on DVD (next to white) to red audio input on TV using RCA cable. Select on the TV using remote, the proper input for DVD player connection.
Tries use a RCA cable plug 2 connections ports holes red,white audio out input connected ur DVD player,connnect the other side the RCA to TV audio in input.Use a S-Video cable for video connection to get video.If u have the new version of a DVD player just use a HDMI cable plug one end to the DVD player the other to the TV.
Connect the HDMI outputs on your various components to the HDMI inputs on your receiver. Connect the HDMI output on the receiver to the input on your TV. HDMI incorporates digital audio, so no need to buy optical audio cables. If your receiver does not have HDMI inputs for all your components, you will need to make a choice. HDMI = Best, component video + optical audio = second best, S-video+ optical audio = third best
If your TV is a higher quality set that is HD capable, the problem may be in using RCA jacks. I suggest buying some component video cables. Some higher quality DVD players and TVs do not respond well to cheaper video feed wires. The only other option is a problem with the DVD player since the picture is coming through fine through other DVD sets. Try the wires first, its your cheapest option.
The yellow, red & white terminals are composite out (old RCA connectors). Yellow is video. Red is right side audio out (line). White is left side audio out (line). You can connect them directly to any TV that accepts composite input. (i.e. Match the colors).