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Usually DVD players have either composite or component video out (unless you are using HDMI connections). That means you need three or five RCA plugs connected between the devices.
The usual pattern when using a receiver would be to connect the Red/White RCA cables between the receiver and the DVD player audio out. Then connect the Yellow (composite) or Red, Green, and Blue (Pb, Pr, Y component) video cables between the TV and the DVD player. Make sure the connections match at each end; with component video, it can be easy to mix them up. Not all receivers have composite or component video outputs available to the TV. The Composite video will go to the yellow connector at Video In 1 on the TV. The Component video would go to Component In 1 or 2.
Since you don't mention the model of the receiver or how that is connected to the TV, I can't be sure why you have no video. If you have an HDMI connection between the TV and the receiver, the receiver won't convert the signal from composite/component video to HDMI.
The alternative method of connecting everything would be to connect the DVD player to the TV (both the audio and video), then use the optical digital audio connection from the TV to the receiver or to a digital to analog audio converter and then to the receiver.
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Hi, Would you pls check the connection that you have made between TV and DVD player..? 2xRCA (white+Red) will go to Audio IN sockets of TV in addition to 1xRCA Yellow video cable goes to "Video IN socket of TV.. if
the connections are right than you must select the right source on TV
,as AV1 ,AV2 which corresponds to the cable input sockets of your TV. If you need more info pls ask again.. Take care and please Remember to rate/vote for us to continue for Helping out the Community :)
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If you mean you've connected your computer to a VGA connector on the TV so you can use the TV as a monitor, not getting sound would be normal. The VGA input on the TV is video only. Any sounds the computer produces would still come only from the speakers you have connected to the computer. There isn't any problem that needs to be corrected.
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