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How do you connect your DVD player to your Comcast cable box?

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To connect a DVD player to a Comcast cable box, start by tuning both the cable box and the TV to channel 2, 3 or 4, then connect the cable box to the wall. Next, connect the audio and visual cables between the DVD player and the TV, then connect the cable box and TV with a coaxial cable. You need two coaxial cables, a component cable and a composite cable.

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  1. Tune the cable box and DVD player

    Tune the cable box to channel 2, 3 or 4. Tune the DVD player to the same channel as the cable box.

  2. Connect the cable box to the wall

    Connect one end of the first coaxial cable to the Cable In port on the cable box. Connect the other end of the coaxial cable to the cable outlet on the wall.

  3. Connect the cable box to the TV

    Connect one end of the second coaxial cable to the Cable Out port on the cable box. Connect the other end to the cable port on your TV.

  4. Connect the component cable

    Connect the green, blue and red connectors of the component cable to the same-colored ports on the DVD player. Use the green, blue and red connectors on the opposite end of the cable, and connect them to the same-colored ports on the TV.

  5. Connect the composite cable

    Connect the red-and-white connectors of the composite cable to the same-colored ports on the DVD player. Connect the red-and-white connectors on the other end of the cable to the same-colored ports on the TV.

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