Question about JVC TH-C50 System
The actual color the head on a given cable is irrelevant as long as it connects an output to its compatible input. Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com
Jacks on the electronics follow a common color code and are labeled for the color-blind.
Analog audio jacks are usually red (right) and white (left).
Composite video is usually yellow.
Red, green and blue are traditionally for Component Video. In other words, NOT SOUND.
A disconnected cable is usually a good reason for a signal to fail. But one should not guess where they go.
Get the basics set up first.
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Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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