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I hooked up the cords exactly as picture and when in dvd input the picture is in black and white. I tried movie the yellow video chord to every single hole on the back of my tv and it doesnt go to color?? The yellow chord is in the composite hole of the bose.

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If you tried the yellow composite cable "in every single hole" it wasn't exactly 'exactly' following the manual then, was it?

Are you using component cabels, too (red, green and blue). Mis-wiring them will give you B/W or other wierd visuals.

Your TV's inputs and what is selected by the TV's controls would determine which cables' input it display. You could prove whether the composite is the culprit by removing it while viewing the TV. If the picture goes away, THAT cable is carrying the video you're watching. Otherwise, maybe you need to select the component input and check the conenction of each wire while watching.

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