Most places that sell cameras will probably also sell the cable that allows you to connect your camera to the TV. Depending on your camera, one end of the cable plugs into the camera and the other end probably has the Yellow, Red, White plugs that will plug into your TV. You might also check the camera company website to see if they sell accessories specific to your camera.
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Connect the Camcorder to the TV using A/V cable. Yellow, Red and White combination on the TV side. Probably a single connector in the Camcorder side. Once you make the connection, switch on the Camcorder in playback mode and play the recordings.
Select input using the input button on the TV.
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Connect your camera in RCA cable (the one with a red, white, yellow connector for audio/video connection). Then connect it to your Bravia TV..
Set your Bravia TV in video mode, (the mode when you're playing DVD player in your TV)..
Note: Your video mode depends on where you connect your RCA cable. There are up to 3 video mode, Video-1,Video-2,Video-3
Then turn on your camera..
Normally you require a cable to connect to the TV.
It should have at least 3 RCA connections to connect to the TV:
Yellow for video, red for right audio and white for left audio.
The camera connector will have a small stereo type plug that has 3 sections on one stem corresponding to the yellow, red and white cables.
This is the type of cable that you will need. The connector should be towards the front of the camcorder on the side that the tape goes in (if I remember correctly). The connector you are looking for is hidden under a cover. Hope this has helped you. www.austintelstarservices.com
There are a couple of different ways you can do this but this is the easiest.
Items needed - One set of RCA audio cables (Red/White)
1) On the back of your TV there should be RCA plugs marked as "Audio Out". Connect the RCA cable to these connections Red cable to Red connector and White cable to White connector.
2) Locate on the back of the surround sound system the connections marked "Audio in (VCR)". Connect the other end of the RCA cable to this connection Red cable to Red Connector and White cable to White connector.
Now to get the sound to play press the "VCR" button on the surround remote and you should get the cable box sound on the surround system.
You should have a 2-wire cable with Yellow, White and Red RCA plugs on each end.
The Yellow line is video out. The White line is Left channel audio out. The Red line is Right channel audio out.
Since your RCV only has two RCA jacks use the Yellow line for video and the White line for audio.
You should also have an "F-connector for co-axial cable. If your TV set does NOT have audio and video jacks hook that to the co-ax antenna connector on the back of your TV set. Set the RCV for either channel 3 or channel 4 and do the same with your TV set.
The RCV unit has four receive channels which must match up with the channel selected on the CAM or TX unit.
You can scan all four channels either by auto or manual.
If you only have one CAM or TX unit it probably doesn't matter which of the four you use unless you have a computer ROUTER which interferes with one of the four channels.
If so, select the 1, 2, 3, or 4 channel which has the least or no interference manually.
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Thank you for using Fixya. Does the yellow and white cord have a round end with a metal tip on the middle? If it does that is the RCA cable, and it is meant for the Audio and Video inputs of the TV. If it is not round, please let us know the exact model of the camera so that we will be able to find out how the cables should be connected.
With regard to the camera being connected to your computer,, generally what camera uses is a USB cable.