Sampo PME-42V3 42 in. Plasma Television Logo

Question about Sampo PME-42V3 42 in. Plasma Television

1 Answer

I have a Gohanz sampo Cacilia TV, i would like to know if it will be possible to connect this TV to a Sony DVD player using the arial port which are available in both the devices. Upon such connections will this TV show the images or movie played in the DVD player. Or do you have any suggestion to connect this TV to a desktop computer which is 10 mtrs away to play a presentation.

Posted by rojimathewth on

Ad

1 Answer

Anonymous

Serial ports are not meant for video only data communications if it is VGA port then your fine but the red white and yellow RCA connections are what you should be using this cable can be picked up at any local radio shack or walmart pretty cheap. As for the computer if the tv has a vga port connect it by that these vga are also cheap and can be found at radio shack or staples.

Posted on May 04, 2011

Ad

Add Your Answer

×

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

0helpful
1answer

How do I set my Vizio tv up so it will let me watch movies on a Sony DVDs player

Assuming the DVD player has an HDMI port, run an HDMI cable from the DVD player to an available HDMI port on the TV. Let's say you have your TV service going to HDMI #1 on the TV, you can run the DVD to HDMI #2. When you want to watch a DVD, you must select the input/source on the TV remote to change it to HDMI 2(or whichever port you used). When ready to watch TV again, use the same button to change back to HDMI 1 (or whichever HDMI port you used for TV service). If you do not have an HDMI port on the DVD player, then you must use whatever type of connection it has and connect to the corresponding port(s) on your tv, Then follow same directions as above regarding choosing the input/source on the TV remote.
0helpful
1answer
1helpful
1answer

How do i connect my sony dvp-sr210p cd/dvd player to t.v.

you can use an RCA connector .just hooked up the rca cable in the video and audio port ( output ) of the dvd player and then the other end of the rca cable to the component input of the tv unit. then set the tv unit to the right input like AV1, AV2 or AV3. depending on the input that you have been plugged in the tv component input port.
0helpful
1answer

I need help connecting sony dvp ns 300 to a jvc tv. I can't watch dvd at all, confused about the wiring where does it go?

The CD/DVD player has three output ports:
(i) Line out Video used to connect the yellow pin of composite cable.
(ii) S-video out use d to connect an S-video cable.
(iii) Component video out (red, blue, green) used to connect a component video cable.

So, in order to connect the CD/DVD player to the TV, the TV should have either of the corresponding input port on it.

However, the video quality transmitted by component video cable will be the best among the three.

So, you may connect the TV and the CD/DVD player using an appropriate cable.

All the above connections require an additional audio cable to transmit audio from the CD/DVD player to the TV.
In this case, you may use an RCA (red and white) audio cable to connect the "R and L" audio out port on the CD/DVD player to the corresponding "R and L" audio in port on the TV.

Performing all the above steps will help you get the DVD player work with the TV.



wish u good luck!!!!!!!!!!
0helpful
2answers

Sony Model DAV ? SB 500W Home Theatre System

Please check at rear of TV for Digital Optical IN port as home theater should have optical out port at rear. If you got any optical in port in TV, just connect optical wire between TV and home theater.

2nd option is check Line Out pins at rear of home theater system, if found, hook red-white RCA cable there and put it to same input in TV where you hooked Video (composite or component) cable.

Let me know the results to help you more.
0helpful
3answers

Buzz in Samsung Digital when DVP-NS57P Sony is played back?

Greetings,

Check the audio connection, the port on the TV might be grounded.
While playing, try moving the connection in the port.

Keep us posted and thank you for using our service.
FixYa for all your troubleshooting needs.
0helpful
1answer

How do you connect the outside antennae to both the dvd player and digital converter box and the television

if its a dvd recorder first connect arial to recorder,then connect arial out to arial in on next device,and so on,it will say uhf in and out,on back the tv should be the last one connected,and you can also link them using scart leads and then use av on remote control, hope this helps andy
0helpful
1answer

No picture

Hey motherann,

If your TV has only been having problems displaying a picture when using the DVD player (and normal TV stations are unaffected), you may only need to check the connections between your TV and DVD player to resolve the issue.

Most DVD players will connect to a TV using component video cables, an HDMI cable, a composite video cable, or an S-Video cable. HDMI and S-Video ports generally have a unique enough shape that the cables used to make those connections cannot be used anywhere else, but the same unfortunately does not apply to component and composite cables. Component and composite video cables share a similar shape, and can often be confused if the identifying marks on the cable itself, TV or DVD player have been removed. Composite video cables are traditionally a single connection that transmits the entire video signal from the DVD player to the TV, while component cables are a series of three cables that each transmit a portion of the same image.

The first thing I would suggest checking is that each cable is correctly connected to both the DVD player and your TV. Make sure that the cable(s) connected to your DVD player is plugged into the appropriate "Video Out" port, and attached to the TV at the corresponding "Video In" port. These ports should be labeled on both the TV and DVD player for easy identification, regardless of where the connections are located. Additionally, many manufacturers will even color-code both the connection ports and the cables themselves, to ensure that the right cable is used at any given time.

In the event that everything has been set up correctly but the TV still does not pick up a video signal from the DVD player, there could be a number of other potential problems: the cable being used could be defective, one of the connection ports used (on either the DVD player or TV) could be defective, or they may even be a loose connection inside the TV or DVD player.

Replacing a defective cable is generally the easist possible solution to this type of scenario, but if the problem still persists after doing so, you may wish to consult a repair technician to determine the cause of the problem.

Hope this helps you out.

Sincerely,
Aaron
Go Ahead. Use Us.
0helpful
1answer

No Disc keeps popping up

yes , the eye is not reading correctly, if it is still under warranty i'd have the factory replace it, if not , any tv repair place can help u out, hope this helps jason
Not finding what you are looking for?

205 views

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Sampo Televison & Video Experts

The Knight
The Knight

Level 3 Expert

76851 Answers

Jaime Hernandez

Level 3 Expert

2351 Answers

Marvin
Marvin

Level 3 Expert

85241 Answers

Are you a Sampo Televison and Video Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...