How do you hook up a DVD player to a TV without HDMI?
If this side of the cable feature 1 SCART cable, connect it to the SCART OUT port of your device. If there’s a proprietary port, connect it to the corresponding port of your DVD player. Connect the white and red audio connectors to the AUDIO OUT ports of your DVD player.
How do you hook up a DVD player to a TV without scart?
You may find that your TV doesn’t have either SCART or Phono type connections but instead comes with a RCA to AV adapter. If this is the case and your DVD/ VCR/ STB/ old Sat RX has phono connections you could connect these in-between AV equipment and adapter, which inserts into the TV.
What channel does my TV need to be on to play a DVD?
DVD players will display on one of the Input or Auxiliary channels. They will not show up on Channel 3 or 4 like some VCRs. Some TVs will label the Input channels based on the type of input, such as “HDMI”, “AV”, and “COMPONENT.” Refer back to Method one if you have a question about which input type you are using.
Do DVD players have HDMI input?
HDMI is now the standard connector for HDTVs and all of the HD-capable components that connect to them–DVD players and recorders, DVRs, game consoles, Blu-ray and HD DVD players, and even camcorders and PCs. But all of those are video sources that only have HDMI outputs.
How do I connect an old DVD player to my Samsung Smart TV?
Use an HDMI cable to get the best quality signal from your DVD player to the Samsung TV screen.
- Locate the HDMI input on the back of the Samsung TV.
- Insert one end of the HDMI cable into the “HDMI IN” port.
- Plug the other end of the HDMI cable into the “HDMI OUT” port on your DVD player.
Can I hook up my old DVD player to my Smart TV?
If so, you can get yourself a component cable and connect the DVD player to the TV using those plugs. You can plug the RCA (yellow/red/white) output in to this box and connect the HDMI output from the box to your TV using an HDMI cable.