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Generally VCR players are going to get connected with Composite cables (aka RCA cables) Yellow-video, Red & White- Audio
DVD players are typically Composite cables or Component cables.
Attached is a link to LG's knowledge base - TV quick setup diagram that explains the above connections.
Dell power supplies use 3 wires. One detects the power supply. If you are using a Dell supply then that wire is broken inside the cord or at the connection. If this a universal power supply it only has 2 wires.
this doesnt solve the guys problem. the cord he has is cat 5 cable with only four wires in it, the adaptor is made only by the company he got the msr206 from. best thing to do is to contact www.tyner.com and ask for a replacement adaptor.
There should be a diagram entitled "adding and amplifier to a factory stereo" in the owner/install manual of the high to low convertor. You need to signal tap some audio signal from your front or rear stock speakers in the car and those wires need hook up to the high to low convertor's input side. From the convertor you connect RCAs that go to your amp. In other words find your rear speaker wires and hook them to your adapter then hook up the rca wires
Judging from the wiring diagram on the cover, the headphones are connected to the same output lines as 1 & 2. When you increase or lower the monitors. So do the headsets. The only way to get around it is to find a pair of headsets with at volume control into the wiring of the headsets or plug the monitors into outputs 3 & 4.