Question about Televison & Video
Make sure your audio is connected properly as well as your video. I
have found many people often mistake the white for yellow and vice versa.
White and red are audio. Yellow is for video.
However if you have a the Component Video Cables, which are Red, Green, Blue, Black and White. Make sure these are hooked up correctly people often mistake blue and black and sometimes green for the colors. Make sure when hooking up the cables you have plenty of light to avoid confusion.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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