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No Audio I received an akai dvps 760 dvd from my daughter. It does not have an owners manual. I cannot get the audio to work. I need help in figuring out where the yellow, red and white terminals go into the dvd player. thank you for any help, Tom Schaefer

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The yellow, red & white terminals are composite out (old RCA connectors). Yellow is video. Red is right side audio out (line). White is left side audio out (line). You can connect them directly to any TV that accepts composite input. (i.e. Match the colors).

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