How to Establish Connection Between the DVD Player and the Television


The DVD player is equipment evolved due to the technological development in the field of entertainment. The DVD player allows us to watch our best-loved movies in a very good resolution and all these are available in our home itself. To connect a television with the DVD player we need not require any technician or we need not learn any course. The steps which explain how to establish connection between a DVD player and a television are given below which will be very useful.

  • The DVD player has to be placed in the right spot so that it can be easily connected to the television and its maintenance can be easily done. The perfect spot for positioning the DVD player is near the television. This is because it can be easily connected to the television via cables. We should be sure about the place where we are keeping the DVD player. It should be stable and should have good ventilation towards avoiding any damage.

  • We must connect the television and the DVD player with the help of certain cables. These cables are known as audiovisual cable or (A/V) cable. Before connecting the DVD player with the television we must make sure that they are turned off properly. This has to be done to avoid any electric shock. The audiovisual cables consist of three jacks; one for video and other two for audio. The video jack is yellow colored. The audio cables are red and white colored. We must find out the audiovisual output of the DVD player. The next thing is that we must plug in the cables to these output sockets by matching the respective colors.
  • The yellow jack should be connected to the video output slot; the the audio out right of the DVD player has to be connected to red jack. The white jack has to be connected to the audio out left of the DVD player. After connecting the cables with the DVD player we must connect the next end of the cables to the television. Depending upon the model of the television the audiovisual output of the television may either be in front or be in the back. Now after locating them, in the video slot we must connect the yellow jack. The red jack should be connected to the audio in right slot. The white jack has to be connected to the audio in left slot in the television.
  • Instead of connecting the DVD player with the television using previous method we can connect them together with the help of an S-Video cable. Every S-Video cable consists of a jack which is rounded and has four pins on it. We must first find out the S-video out slot of the DVD player. Then we have to connect the cable’s one end to it. The next step is to locate the S-video in slot of the television. We must connect the cable’s other end to it.
  • After connecting the cables in the slots we must switch on the television and the DVD player. We must set the television in video mode. Next we must insert a disc in the DVD player.  We must wait for the disc to load. In case it doesn’t work we must check whether the cables are properly connected or plugged to their respective slots.

We have successfully connected the DVD player with the television. Now we can view some quality movies with our favorite popcorn.

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