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Old 10-07-2015, 07:11 AM   #1
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Replacing TV in 24' 2007 Coachmen Concord

Had TV taken out of motor home when I had dealer replace my a/c, therefore I didn't see how old TV was hooked up. There are four of the wires coming into the TV which have the red, yellow & white hookup for back of TV. How in the world do you hook these up in the new HD TV's??? Do they make a TV that you can hook that many wires into it??
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Old 10-07-2015, 11:19 AM   #2
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The colored "RCA" cables you have (Yellow is video, Red and White are audio Left and Right) are ok to use, but you won't get HD. The picture will be reduced on the newer tv's. You can get a cable to go from the colors to a HDMI (that's the flat input) however it still won't be any better, just easier to hook up. What are the colored wires coming from? If it's a dvd player, check to see if there's a HDMI connection on the back. If so, ditch the colored wires and get a HDMI cable. It's "all in one", video and audio. If not, can you replace the dvd player with a newer model? It's best to go HDMI all the way through.

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