How to Hook Up a GPX DVD to a TV

By James Clark

GPX manufactures a variety of DVD players with different features, all of which connect to a television set with a composite-type RCA cable. The cable has three connectors on each end to transmit a video signal and stereo audio. The cables are colored red, white and yellow to match the jacks on the GPX DVD player, as well as TV sets equipped with RCA-type jacks. The connection should take fewer than five minutes.

Things You'll Need

  • Composite AV cable

Step 1

Press the "Power" button on the front of the GPX DVD player to turn off the component. Unplug the electrical cord attached to the GPX from the wall outlet.

Step 2

Connect the three plugs on one end of the cable to the matching jacks on the rear panel of the GPX player.

Step 3

Attach the plugs on the other end of the cable to a set of composite inputs on the back of your television set.

Step 4

Plug in the power cord for the GPX DVD player.

Step 5

Press the "Open/Close" button on the front of the GPX to slide open the disc tray for loading a DVD.