Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You don't say what components you have so its hard to tell you exaclty what to do, so I'll guess. first: if you have a DVD player, plug the yellow rca cable into the "video in" on your tv. take the red and white (or red and black) cable and plug that into the same color jacks on your amplifier/receiver, this might be called "input one" or something like that. you should now have sound from your DVD player coming out of your reciever/amplifier. If you have other componets, they should plug in the same way. a cassetter player for instance would have the red and white ( or red and black) rca type outpurts, plug that into the same color on your reciever/amplifer, only this time choose the next input available (eg. input 2) let me know what type of amp you have and what your are trying to plug in, so I can give you better instructions.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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