Question about Curtis DVD1041 Player
Without having the model# of the TV or what connections are available I cannot go into details, BUT
A DVD player will need both Video and Audio connections connected to your TV. Depending on what connections are available on the back of your TV you have a few options
Take a look on the back of your TV and see what types of these are available (or provide me your Model#)
HDMI will give you these highest quality signal....Composite Video the lowest
With all of the connections mentioned (except HDMI, HDMI has audio signal built in) you will ALSO need to connect the audio connection from the DVD to the TV as well (red/white RCA connectors)
I hope this helps,
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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