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I want to hook up a Blu-Ray to my 1999 Mitsubishi TV, but not sure how or if it will work. I have looked for visual aids for making a connection, but everybody out there thinks everybody on earth has an HDTV. Help!

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You might not be able to play BluRay discs if you connect to this TV. A TV of that age will only have analog inputs. The copy protection on BluRay requires a digital, copy protected connection. Having said that, you might be able to play DVD's on a BluRay player that has analog outputs. Depending on your TV, I would say you have composite (yellow RCA connector), S-Video (multi-pin connector), and possibly component (red, blue, green) inputs on this TV. Searching Walmart's web site, I see several inexpensive blu-ray players with composite and component outputs. Grab one of those, and you will be good to go.

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