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Plugging red to red, white to white, and yellow to SPDIF (black) and got no picture with sound. Plugging red to red, white to white, and yellow to green and got black and white picture with sound. How do I get a colored picture when theres no yellow port

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First you need a component cable to solve your problem.Since you have not mentioned what device you are connecting to your TV, I''ll assume its a DVD player or a settop box.There is a Red and White audio sockets + Red / Green / Blue component video socket. Just make sure you connect the corresponding two sets of jacks at both end of your TV & DVD player and everything will work. Plugging red to red, white - bobhifi_21.jpg

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    I understand the connection now but can't work out how to connect, as 'jack' is too short to connect into both Tv & DVD

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