Question about Televison & Video
I have purchased a new cable with red, blue and green connectors to match tv, but with ps2 running, I cannot find a source to show gameplay.
Sounds like you have a composite AV cable - at TV end that would be 3 phono leads red/yellow/white. Set the TV audio visual to CMP for composite!
Posted on Oct 18, 2014
I have never herd of a red and blue combo but, The three, red, blue, and green are "component" cables. Hopefully your DVD player has a red, blue, adn green component out, not to be confused with red composite out. Composite cables are yellow, red and white, and, your tv has componenet in. The component cable will give you the best video quality. When installing make sure they are inserted all the way but twisting and wiggling or you will have a bluish, grenish, etc. picture. The composite cables give you the video only, so you will have to provide the audio. Audio can be achived using composite red and white or digital optical.If you second monster cable is red and white you can probably use those To go from "audio" red and white out on DVD to audio in red and white on tv. You must use the same audio input that corresponds to you video input.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
SOURCE: I just purchased a 37"
Do one thing connect the composite video and enter in to the setup menu of Toshiba DVD/DVR. Browse in the menu for the video output system format (color system). If you are in US then select the setting to NTSC. If there is no such setting in the DVDDVR then it is not compactable with the new tv.
Posted on Sep 02, 2011
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