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Cannot play tv out insignia pilot - MP3 & Digital Media Players

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  • jsmiles_2000 Jan 20, 2009

    I am using a belkin plug that I bought from walmart and using the Red end for video and the white end for audio, and it still isn't working. The screen on my pilot just sets on tv-out display and wont do anything else. HELP PLEASE

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I had this problem for about a year. I finally got it to work when I used the RED plug for video and the WHITE plug for audio.

This was on a TV with mono audio input, so your mileage may vary on a TV with stereo inputs...

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