Even if your TV doesn't have an HDMI port, you can still hook up your Blu-ray player/DVD player to get high-definition video and audio to your TV. Component cables also support 1080p HD signals, but the interface requires more cables than HDMI. The connection will take a bit longer since you have more cables to connect.
Plug one end of the component video cables into the "Component Video Out" ports on the Blu-ray player, matching the cable colors to the port colors.
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Insert the other ends of the cables into the "Component Video In" ports on the rear panel of the TV, matching the colors.
Plug one end of the red and white composite audio cables into the "Audio Out" ports on the Blu-ray player, matching the colors, and insert the other ends of the cables into the "Audio In" ports on the input panel of the TV.
Things You'll Need
Component video cables
Composite audio cables