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Audio / Video input and output jacks

On this model there are only two extra jacks in the rear of the tv. The center posts won't go into the set. These holes read "Focus" (upper) and "Screen" (lower). Is there a way to adapt this set to accept audio/video input for other devices like dvd players? If it matters this tv is also called a GE Commercial Skip. Any advice? Thanks!

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  • leftroamin Jun 22, 2008

    What do I have to do to connect a DVD player to this TV set?

  • leftroamin Jun 22, 2008

    I can't figure out how to connect a DVD player to this TV set.



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I have this same set and the answer is no-not worth the extra expenses to do alot of reworking.

Posted on Oct 25, 2007


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