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3000z TV Connection Cable

The cable/cord used to connect my 3000z to the TV or VCR for immediate playback on the big screen was stolen. Is this a highly proprietary Epson-only cable or a run-of-the-mill 1/8th plug to two RCA connector deal?

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Re: 3000z TV Connection Cable

The cable is just a common design for most of the other mades. You may even DIY one very easily.

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You can either use the supplied A/V and USB Multi connector cable for connecting the Camera to the TV. Connect the Yellow cable to the Yellow port on the TV for Video and the Red and White for audio. Then select the proper input on the TV where the cable is connected.
You may also connect the HD Out of the Camera to the HDMI Input on the TV using the compatible HDMI cable for the Camera.
Before connecting the Camera to the TV, you may have to change the settings in the Camera depends on the TV type.
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2. Video Out Settings from the Main Settings 2 menu of the Camera should be set to NTSC or PAL depends upon the color system of the TV.
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