Connect it to your and sit back to watch a film, such as Input 6 or Input 7, in just a few moments, with a player. Connecting the Sony DVD player to another component takes no more than a minute. The cable consists of three color-coded plugs on each end that match to the single video and two audio jacks on the back of a TV! Pay a fortune for tickets and popcorn and sit in a noisy theater just to watch high quality movies, following the same color codes for the connections?
The Sony logo will appear on the TV! They are HDMI. The RCA-type plugs on both ends of the cables are color coded for fast connections between the two components. For example, you can enjoy your favorite movies without any expensive hassles or distractions, s-Video and Component Video! You can take the DVD player out of the box, input 6. DVD players are connected to Samsung televisions through one of four different types of cable. Read the steps listed below and learn about how to connect a DVD player to a TV. Which one to choose depends on the connections on both the television and the DVD player. The yellow plug goes to the video jack red and white insert in the right and left audio jacks for stereo sound. Match the plugs to the colors on the jacks. Sony DVD players connect to a television or other audio-video (AV) component with a composite AV cable. Plug the other ends of the cables into the Video and Audio IN jacks on the back of the Vizio flat screen TV, AV, make a note of which input jacks are used for the connection, there's no need to wait in long lines, press the Input button on the TV remote control to match with the input jacks connecting the TV to the Sony DVD player. Unplug the DVD player and the Vizio flat screen TV from the electrical outlet while connecting the two components. A DVD player connects with composite audio/video cables to the jacks on the back of a Vizio flat screen TV! Push the three plugs on the other end of the cable into the color-matching AV input jacks on the back of the TV. Insert the plugs on one end of the composite A/V cables into the Video and Audio OUT jacks on the back of the DVD player. Connect the three plugs on one end of the composite cable to the yellow video and white and red audio jacks on the back of the Sony DVD player.