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Re: no color just black and white
Try setting brightness, tint, contrast and color intensity from the main setup menu.
If these have no effect, you have an internal failure beyond your reach.
Some sets have the inputs for external devices partly covered by a snap-off cover.
These are customarily in the back of the set; look for a piece of plastic that seems separated from the rest of the surrounding plastic.
This will normally have a crack at the bottom so the cables can exit with this cover on.
Our set has some inputs (more frequently used) on the side, others where described.
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To add an exterior speaker to Sony KV-13M10, you have to have an AMPLIFIER.
At the back of your TV you will be able to see 3 RCA output namely = VHF/UHF, Audio and Video.
Use an RCA cable and connect to the Audio output.
At the back of your amplifier, connect the other end of the RCA cable to an RCA input labeled Audio - L (left, usually in white color).
Your speaker should be connected to your amplifier labeled output or audio out. The connection type depends on the make and model of your amplifier. The speaker wires usually come in red and black color. red goes to red, black goes to white.
A simple diagram will look like this:
TV audio out -------------> amplifier audio in (left, white color)
amplifier audio out (left, white color) -----------> speaker (black wire)
amplifier audio out (right, red color) ------------> speaker (red wire)
on rear of tv you will have video and audio input jacks red and white are audio yellow is video , make sure they are input jacks the jack will be labled and and on back of dvd player will be red white and yellow jacks that are labled output using the cables supplied with the dvd use the red and white insert them on dvd out corresponding colors and the yellow into the video out, now on the tv take the other end of the cables and insert them into the audio and video inputs again with the corresponding colors audio red and white and video yellow ,,,I hope this helped
Ok. If you have a tv that has a five hole input (green, blue, red, white, red) this is the preferred hook up. That cable is called a component cable. The green blue and red part is for video and the white is audio left and the red is audio right.
If your tv does not have the five hole input it should have a three hole input. Those colors are yellow, white, and red. This is called a composite cable.
You just match up the colors that's all. Your tv should have an input or tv video button on the remote control that would allow you to switch inputs or you may be able to get to video 1 and video 2 and etc by using the channel up and down button and going lower than channel 2.
Hi, This would be 5 pins, red-white is for audio and rest of 3 pins red-green-blue for video signal, it calls component video. Find out red-green-blue jacks at back of TV that would be label as Y, Yr, Yb Plug each pin in same color to get color picture.
Yeah no color coz its black and white. Color coding commonly yellow wire for video, red and white wire for audio. It should also be from DVD to TV, video out and audio out going to video in and audio in. And switch the TV to play video and the audio inputted. Maybe TV/Video Switch or button.
Since you're using a composite cable (yellow RCA) that carries both luma (brightness) and chroma (color) information, it's not the cable that is the problem.
That means it's either the DVD player itself, or the TV. If you have another video device (VCR, etc) that you can connect to the TV, try that. If the other device also goes from color to black and white, then it's your TV. Otherwise the problem is your DVD player.
Since your TV only has mono audio (white RCA, but no red) I would recommend getting a new TV if the TV is to blame.
the cable colors have to match the tv ones if you have different colors on cables then look for the label on the cables saying video or audio (red)=audio (white)=other audio (yellow)=video EXAMPLE if the cable colors are different than the tv then if the label on the cables say video and the color is blue etc. then you have to put it on the yellow putin on the tv no matter the color. If it dosent work then try holding the cables in many angles try pulling them or anything unlit they work get something to hold them up if that dosent work then i think you should buy new cables. DGKME@yahoo.com for more questions