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Reconnecting player directly to different TV

Reconnecting player directly to different TV which does not support optical nor coaxial connections. Using Audio Out connections. Cannot get audio to function. Is there a setting, instruction via GUI that I must use? I have tried every combination I can think of without success. Not connecting via external AV receiver.

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  • hirst_peter Dec 22, 2009

    Yes, both the DVD and the TV have RCA coonnectors. I have conneced the audio to the red and white "Audio" RCA connectors of the TV.

    Video is going to the red, green and blue RCA connectors of "Component" connections of the TV. TV is a Sharp SX55NF-8

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Does it have RCA connectors?

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Does your TV have input options in the menu?

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