Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If you are using "composite" cables, the colors are:, yellow(video), red(right audio), and, white(left audio). Which you would match you yellow to yellow(in and out), and so on.This set of cables will give you picture and sound. "Composite" cables are blue, red, and, green. They provide a higher quality picture but, no sound. If you use composite cables, it sounds like you are with the funny color, you have to make sure that they are "pushed " in all the way or you will get off colors. if you used these cables either watch yourself or have someone watch while you twist and try to insert cable and you will probably find one wasn't in far enough. When using component cables for video you will have to use an additional, either red and white composite cables or digital optical(better) cables for audio.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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