How to Hook Up a GPX DVD to a TV
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
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.
Connect the three plugs on one end of the cable to the matching jacks on the rear panel of the GPX player.
Attach the plugs on the other end of the cable to a set of composite inputs on the back of your television set.
Plug in the power cord for the GPX DVD player.
Press the "Open/Close" button on the front of the GPX to slide open the disc tray for loading a DVD.