No sound on play back using camcorder on technika tv
I plugged in the red white and blue connections into appropriate places got a picture but no sound. there are two extra spaces blue and green do i have to get different connection cable to get the sound thru the tv no problem using camcorder on other tvs.
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Looks like you are using Component cables. There are five cables. The first three cables are Green,Blue and Red. These are the ones that are molded next to each other and are the Video signal cables. The other two cables are Red and White and they are the audio cables.
First to correctly hook up these cables you need to Connect (Match) Color for Color. (Green to Green, Blue to Blue, and Red to Red. To tell if you have correctly connected the Video cables is to look at the screen. If the picture looks ok (Normal with no colors missing then you have connected the video cables correctly). If you see a missing color meaning red, then switch the Red cables. The picture should be ok now. The remaining two cables are the Red and White cables. The "Red cable" is for the "Right" audio input and the "White" cable is for the "Left" audio Input". If all is connected correctly then you should have a good picture and Left and Right audio.
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What you are trying to do is run your GameCube into the component hookups into the TV. What I would do first is lay out the five plugs on the end of the cord without them crossing over eachother. There should be a red plug directly next to the white one. The red one and the white one are both your audio hookups, plug them into the audio connections on the TV (that is the L and R ones and they are color-coded). The other three (green, blue, and the other red one) are the ones that are used to display the picture. Green goes into Y, Blue goes into Pb/Cb and Red goes into PrCr (again, the connections and the inputs on the TV are color-coded to make it easier). With that you should be able to play the system. If that doesn't work, make sure the red ones are in the correct place. Good luck!
Use three RCA cables, yellow, white and red to connect DVD player to TV as shown in the diagram below. Connect yellow to yellow and white to white. Connect red to red. Select on the TV, the A/V input where the DVD is connected using the TV remote control. Power on TV and DVD, place a disc in tray of DVD player and press PLAY.
You can connect this camera to a suitable TV with either the S-Video lead or the RCA lead, but only if the TV is equipped with the appropriate inputs. The S-Video lead looks like a tiny DIN plug, and the RCA jacks are three separate plugs coloured red, white and yellow (yellow is composite video, red and white are left and right stereo sound). If you use S-Video you will also need to make a separate connection for sound (using the red and white RCA connectors). Sometimes the TV sound input is a mini stereo jack, and you will need a Y connector to adapt the two RCA connectors to the mini jack, or maybe the camera's sound output is also by mini jack, in which case you may need the reverse Y connector. Most TVs have some way of accepting a video signal, but you may already be using it for a DVD player or the like.
If your TV lacks these connections, you may be able to use an adapter. In the UK, most recent TVs have a SCART (Peritel) socket, which takes a big plug with 21 connections on it. You can get an adapter to fit that socket that will allow you to plug in the RCA connectors and maybe the S-video too. I don't know what country you are in, or what adapters are available in your country if it isn't the UK.
Once you have made the connections, you must select the appropriate input on your TV. The other possible hiccup is setting the camera to the right video standard, NTSC or PAL., to match that used by your TV.
The USB cord will not connect your camera to the TV.
I always try the simple things first. check the connection. if hdmi .. then try a differnt cable.
It almost sounds as if one of your connections is plugged in the wrong place.
On component.. red to red, green to green and blue to blue .. then the extra red and white go to the video part .. also may want to check the tv manual - sometimes they share those connections with regular rca connection and easy to plug in wrong place.
Rca connetions - Yellow is video - red and white audio.
S video - one big plug and then red and white audio - make sure the big plug is fully in on both devices - I've seen similar things with s-video plug not fully connected on one end or the other.
you did not connect it to the right port in you tv with the right cables. if it came with a cable using red, blue, and green wire you need to connect all three to the appropriate place on the tv in this case the red is a video cable and not audio they are white and black in component video... if it is the other way around you have a red white and yellow cable the red and white are audio and yellow is the only video and needs to be connected to a yellow jack on the television
what you do is plug in the HD cables as you previously stated and then place the red and white cords where you would normally put then like when you plug in a dvd player or the place you normally would plug in the red and white cables.
The red white and yellow cables are composite connections. The red/green/blue connections are component connections.
The playstation's composite connections consist of two audio connections- red & white, and a composite yellow video connection. The TV's white connection is the audio, and the red/green/blue are component video. You need an adapter that will connect the one yellow(composite video) to the three red/green/blue (component video) connections
If it's just one video plug, then perhaps you have to set av5 as being in colour somwhere in the menus. If you require three wires for the pictures, as blue, green, and red, then make sure they aren't in the wrong ports.