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Dvd-265 only one jack on the side of player, but the lead in the picture shows what looks like 3.5 jack on one end and 3 phono's on the other but i cant see this is right

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  • pgraham_nbs Aug 31, 2008

    no the manual is only black and white but the pic shows video in on 1 and audio in(left) on 2 and aodio in( Right) on 3 but i have never seen a 3.5 jack that has av and audio all in one

  • pgraham_nbs Sep 04, 2008

    thanks I will try to get one



    Best Pete.

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Are the phono jacks colored yellow, red, and white?

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Aug 31, 2008

    What they do is they create a mini jack with three leads on it. One for video, two for audio. Notebook computers and camcorders have that option as well.



    It could be that the video runs one mini jack and the audio uses another mini jack. Then you can get a mini jack to phono for the video and a Y cable with a stereo mini jack on one end and a red and black phono end on the other side for the audio.





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