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Hi I'm Rokosz your digital lifestyle expert here. And I'm going to show you how to hook up your DVD player to your television. Let me show you how. First thing we are going to do is we are going to need to hook it up using these RCA connections. Red for right audio, white for left audio and yellow for our video source. This is the back of the TV and I'll see you on the other side. Alright the first thing that we are going to want to do is find out how we are going to come out of our player. Video is coming out and we want it to come in to the TV. So we are going to look at line one in, line out. And here it's really just color coding but again you can see yellow is universally your video signal, white is going to be your left audio signal and red for right, right for red for your audio signal here, your right channel audio. Now we also got to put it in here. Now when you look we have some choices here about audio in and then video in over here and that's AD1 alright. It's going to be behind our feed, and this is how you are seeing me right now so we are going to put it in behind it. I'm going to come in up underneath, with the yellow. I'm going to come up around with the red, get in there. It's much trickier when you are trying to go behind, you would normally unplug everything first and then go in there. And then come in with the yellow or with the white rather, ahh and get it right in the center. It's going to get up, get in there. Ahh be nimble. Ok. So we went from out to in on AV1. And that's really the way that you hook it up. You want to go out from your signal source into your monitor. I'm Rokosz your digital lifestyle expert saying stream you later.