Question about Audio Players & Recorders
There are alot of different options when it comes to your connection basically , it comes down to quality and what in and out jacks are available to use. To me 'composite cables" were always the red, white, yellow combo where, yellow is video and red and white are l/r sound. "Component cables" were always red blue and green. The component cable provides a higher quality picture but, does not carry sound, like composite. To gain sound using component cables, you have to add either your yellow composite or a digital optical cable, again, depending on what your system will accept. HDMI carries both audio and video at the best quality and is easy. To answer the question for what you have if you have "composite"(red, blue,green) this will provide the best picture but, you will have to use the red and white "composite" for sound.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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