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My TV has only the audio jacks (yellow and White) not the video jack (red). Is there another way to hook up the Cyberhome 300?

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Yellow is video. white is left audio. red is right audio. just match the colors and leave red unplugged.

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Use the yellow jack to get the picture and the white jack to get sound. It will work on your T.V.

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