Mitsubishi DVD players provide the outstanding video and sound playback that you expect from digital recordings. Mitsubishi DVD players use the latest innovations in video and sound reproduction so your entertainment experience is always awesome. When your Mitsubishi DVD player breaks down, get the repair parts you need to fix the player at Sears PartsDirect.
Connecting your Mitsubishi DVD player to the television
Refer to the user's manual of the television for information on connecting the DVD player to the television. Follow the user's manuals instructions on selecting the type of cable and television connection jack or jacks to use when connecting the DVD player to the television.
Turn off the DVD player and the television before connecting the DVD player to the television.
To connect the DVD player to the television using the HDMI cable, plug the HDMI cable into the HDMI Out jack on the DVD player. Plug the other end of the HDMI cable into the HDMI In jack of the television.
To connect the DVD player to the television using an HDMI-DVI cable and audio cable, plug the HDMI plug into the HDMI Out jack on the DVD player. Plug the DVI connector into the DVI In jack on the television. Connect the audio cable to the Audio Out jacks on the DVD player and the Audio In jacks on the television.
Common replacement parts for Mitsubishi DVD players
HDMI cable. The HDMI cable connects the DVD player to the television and transmits the digital video and audio signals from the DVD player to the television for playback.
Power cord. The power cord supplies electrical current to the DVD player.
Disc tray. The disc tray opens and allows you to insert a DVD or CD into the DVD player.
Remote control. The remote control allows you to control DVD settings and functions from a remote location. The remote control communicates setting and function selections to the DVD player using RF (radio frequency) signals.