CONNECTING COMPOSITE INPUT
Connecting Camcorders and Gaming Devices
Connect TV’s「composite input」display/sound terminals with an external device’s display/sound output
terminal with RCA cables. When the external device is a mono product, connect TV’s sound (left)/picture
input terminals and video’s sound/picture output terminals.
How To Use
1. Turn on the TV. Press「Composite Input」on the remote control.
2. Turn on the external device.
DID YOU KNOW?
Stereophonic broadcast sound was introduced in televisions in 1984 with the venue of industry standard
adoption of MTS (multi-channel television stereo) sound.
Composite (CVBS) audio video input/output jacks were first introduced in the mid-eighties to accommodate
stereo VCR (video cassette recorder) as most manufacturers were reluctant at duplicating MTS chip and
royalty payment for both TV & VCR.
Do note there is severe resolution limitation from any video source output through composite video and as
such, as TV screen sizes are getting larger and larger featuring Full HD resolution, the picture appearing on
screen will appear rather flawed as there is so much video processing the television can do to improve low
resolution video signal.