Question about Televison & Video
It's rather straightforward; Just connect the colored wires to the back of your TV and the other ends to your DVD player. Don't have those connections on your TV? Don't fret; there's quite a few places that sell a device called an "RF converter" and it connects to older TVs and converts the Red, White, and Yellow wires to either channel 3 or 4.(Composite to RF)Hope this helps...accordianman
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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