Facebook page: Buy your combo player here: Hey! Just pick one set and keep track of whichever one it is. Keep in mind, optical is better than coaxial! On the left hand side you should see the Audio right red and left white input sockets. This is a series of three jacks grouped together and color marked yellow, red and white. Especially if when you press the play button you are getting a reaction on the screen. Hi Raquel, I think there could be two things happening. This will send the sound to the left speaker only. You make it sound so simple and it indeed was.
On the back it has the Cable in and Cable out connections, and Video In, Audio in, and video Out, audio Out connections. Hi Geoff, Thanks for replying so quickly! Thanks in advance for your response. Find a cluster of red, white, and yellow input ports, then attach the cables to their corresponding ports. Composite is when all the video information is on the one yellow outlet. The white middle right connector is the left audio out socket. The same thing occurs when I use the Comcast remote to change the input to Component.
Knowing this will help you diagnose sound or video issues if they arise. Therefore, they do not have a red and white audio output for right and left audio. Highly unlikely that both units failed since then. Samsung flat-screens group them with a number of other types of jacks near the power cord. For a more detailed explanation of component video see this or article to learn more about composite video.
Below is the easiest way to set it up! That is, they do not output a left and right audio channel. To learn more about our business, check out our about us pages. I have an Rf modulator but don't know if this will solve the problem. Input areas are usually numbered. I thought I would ask the question before instead of after I made the purchase! Then the other red and white sockets are for the right and left audio. Keep in mind that many video recordings were probably recorded in mono, so you are not missing much. Get the right cables for each item.
I appreciate any advice recommendations offered. They should be labeled In, In From Antenna or Video In. If this page has helped you, or perhaps even saved you paying for a technician, please consider a donation to Geoff to encourage him and appease his wife for the many hours he puts into this website. Attach the other end of the coaxial cable to the cable output. The coaxial input on your cable box resembles a metallic cylinder with a hole in the middle and screw threads, while the coaxial cable has an attachment resembling a needle. Is there some other setting besides changing the Input that I have forgotten? The blue and red inputs are for the colour information of the picture.
Some use a combination of yellow and green. Normally you would press the source or input button and select either video, composite video, or component video. It will be a circular raised jack, like a screw, with a milky white plastic center and a pinhole in the exact middle. The yellow outlet controls the video signal, the red outlet controls the right-hand audio signal and the white outlet controls the left-hand audio signal. Remember, you can always ask the sales clerk to show you the back of the set. So far I have been able to get by with my analog Panasonic.
The yellow cable is used for the video signal, the red cable for the right audio, and the white cable for the left audio signal. Check the back of both devices to see if they are there. Sounds like you made it out unscathed, albeit unsatisfied. Also when it cuts in and out anytime the movie appears on screen it is black and gray. So everything works great now and I appreciate your excellent article and helpful reply! Only the yellow cable carries video. Line In: Where you can connect a separate device and play it.
If you do, then you have connected correctly and you just have dirty heads. I put a movie in to see what would happen and if it would work, but when I do that nothing happens but the movie cuts in and out. So you will probably need to purchase a little converter box as shown above. In some cases the cord may have cracked internal wiring. Coaxial cables have the same connector on both ends—a hollow metal cylinder with a pin in the middle—and they often have a ring around each end that can be used to tighten the cable's connection to the port. Life would be so much more simple. Just leave the non-supported cable unplugged.