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How to properly connect the wires red, blue and green between TV and DVD. Do I need anther wire?

Asked by: Anonymous User, 07 May 2011 0:29

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From the component in to your TV to component out on your DVD player. This is for the video signal only. You will also need the red and white composite cable as well. These will also go from audio in on your TV to audio out on the DVD player.

09 May 2011 1:56
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you shouldnt need another wire.1 wire should go from video out on dvd player to av input video on tv the other 2 do the same but for audio.we use yellow,white,red here in australia usually but same thing different colours.the main thing is red goes to red on both tv and dvd player,blue goes to blue,green goes to green.

07 May 2011 1:15
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WIRES:wires are colorblind i.e.,wires do not know what color they are,and do not forget this ! _ever.

08 May 2011 12:00
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RGB are analog cables.
If you have HDMI connector on your setup use that.
RGB will be no longer be available I think in 2012.
MPAA calls RGB the analog hole (paraphrased).

07 May 2011 8:53

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