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What are the pr, pb, and y [green,blue,and red] plugins for on the back of my home theater system i have the video and audio ones hooked up just want to know what they are for

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If you have a compatible video source (DVD or other) you can plug it in with that way. It supposed to give you a better picture with less noise.

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How to you conect a kawasaki dvd to a hd tv


The best connection the kawasaki dvd has is a Component connection. This connection separates the Red, Green and Blue colour signals. Your HD TV should have a component input, just look for Red, Green and Blue RCA inputs labelled "Pr", "Pb", and "Y".
You don't need the red, green, and blue colored RCA's specifically for this type of connection. The colors are there to help make it easier to connect. You can use any coloured RCA as long as you have the Pr on the DVD connected to the Pr on the TV and likewise for the other two connections.
In addition to these connections you will need two more RCA's (Red and White) for the audio signal. You will need to connect the audio output of the DVD, to the audio input corresponding to the same Component Video input you are using for Video. This should be fairly self explanatory when looking at the DVD's and TV's connections at the back.

Oct 27, 2012 | kawasaki 5-DVD Home Theater System - 1152...

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I would like to play my Nintendo Gamecube. I have a Vizio HDTV. I also have a pdp cable the will connect to my Gamecube and TV. The cable has a blue plug, a green plug, a white plug, a yellow plug, and...


What you are trying to do is run your GameCube into the component hookups into the TV. What I would do first is lay out the five plugs on the end of the cord without them crossing over eachother. There should be a red plug directly next to the white one. The red one and the white one are both your audio hookups, plug them into the audio connections on the TV (that is the L and R ones and they are color-coded). The other three (green, blue, and the other red one) are the ones that are used to display the picture. Green goes into Y, Blue goes into Pb/Cb and Red goes into PrCr (again, the connections and the inputs on the TV are color-coded to make it easier). With that you should be able to play the system. If that doesn't work, make sure the red ones are in the correct place. Good luck!

Jun 29, 2011 | Nintendo GameCube Console

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How do i wire red white and yellow rca to an xbox 1 av plug. my av plug has blaack white orange and green wires


In the old school standard AV: Red and White are usually audio channels (Red:Right - White:Left), Yellow is video.

Orange can be coax audio, (both L&R channels in one cable). Before digital (optical) came out, some receivers actually had a coax (orange) jack in the back. Radio Shack sells a splitter if necessary.

In higher resolution systems video is separated into three colored cables: RGB or Red, Green, Blue
called 'component' video. The green cable carries Yellow, the blue cable carries (PB) Blue and the red cable carries Red (PR). And with today's tech, the component signal is carried YCBCR as (digital video.) cf. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YPbPr

Component 'wire colors' are there just to remind us. If your TV has "Component" input. Try green to green, white to yellow and black to red. Orange to audio (splitting L&R if necessary)..

Also, here is a PS3 link that might help: http://www.ps3hax.net/showthread.php?t=9238
Good luck !

Apr 23, 2011 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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I am looking at connecting multiple components with DAV HDX275 Sony surround sound system. But it appears that there is only one red/white/yellow jack on the back of the unit. Any suggestions?


hi,
check one more time. your player DAV HD 275 have component video output. three sockets near the yellow, red, white sockets. Named Y, PB/CB, PR/CR.
remember on thing when you connect the component video, be sure to connect the red to red, green to green and blue to blue. if not you will not get the correct video. will become out of sync or black&white
ok

Jan 24, 2011 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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How can I attach an HDMI BluRay player to my TV


Blu-ray attaches to component inputs. Component cables are the red-green-blue cable and the red and white for sound.
Out on the blu-ray to 'In' on the TV.
Here is your owner's manual. see page 19

Feb 20, 2010 | Mitsubishi WS-55819 55" Rear Projection...

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Y/Pb/Pr outputs are green; needs


There is no calibration for the component video that I know of, check your cables you may have a bad Pr cable or the Pr/Pb ones may be mixed up.

Y (the green one) is for luminance, plug in ONLY this connector and you should see a black and white picture.

Now connect the Pr. You will now see red tones.

Now connect the Pb. And you will see blue tones.

Reverse the Pr and Pb and see what happens.

Oh and make sure you don't accidently have one plugged into a composite video or digital audio port.

Still not looking right?

Go into the input menu of the TV and change the component (or colourstream) input from RGB to Y/Pr/Pb. (most TVs do not have this feature.

Hope this helps!

Jan 24, 2010 | Samsung SIR-TS360 DirecTV DTV Receiver

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How to hook up VCR to back of TV. There is no yellow video jack. Back of VCR only has one video and one audio jack. What type of cables? Do I use the Pr Pb Y outlets.


if you look closly you will see one of the red blue green connections say video 1 here they did this just to confuse us and a cost reduction for them

Nov 20, 2009 | Samsung SyncMaster 2333HD 23 in. LCD TV

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I am trying to hook up my dvd player to my sanyo tv


I have red, blue and green cables when I hook them up to the back to the Sanjo TV I can't get the Audio to work. She has basic cable with no cable box just a converter box that give her reception. Should I put the blue and red cable on Pr and Pb and take the green cable and put it into the video out?

Nov 03, 2009 | Sanyo DS19310 19" TV

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Do not know where to connect my wii or my PS2 to the mitsubishi 60 inch television. It has auxillary inputs in the back which are color coded but I'm color blind and that doesn't help. I've tried various...


Hopefully I can help. Normally the standard is Grn/Blu/Red top to bottom for component input. You want to observe that the input your using is component 1, 2,3 etc (so you know what input to put the tv on). The cables if not damaged should have the same order grn/blu/red in order so plug them in flat top to bottom and if not corect then switch the bottom and top (middle will still be blue). Next is the audio which is red/white these would go to the L/R settings. If all esle fails I would recommend a friend to connect the wires for you or to use a HDMI cable ($45-$100) which controls audio/video and is just one plug you cant mistake for anything else if your systems are capable.
FYI: Y=green PB=blue PR=red for your reference.

http://hometheater.about.com/od/hometheaterdoityourself/ig/Home-Theater-Connection-Photo-/Component-Video-Connectors.htm

Aug 18, 2009 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Connection for y pb pr cables


The color-coding used for the RCA connectors is nearly universal:
  • composite video - yellow
  • audio - red (right channel) and white (left channel)
  • component video - green (Y), blue (Pb) and red (Pr)
Also, these jacks are normally labeled in print as well, although it's sometimes hard to read the text on some equipment.

Match the connectors on your converter box to the corresponding connectors on the TV. If your converter box was one purchased with the $40 US Government coupon, it may not have the component video outputs. The only coupon-eligible boxes are the most basic models, and they sometimes have only RF (channel 3 or 4) and composite video outputs available.

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