What is a composite input on TV?

    1. A composite input is a multi-colored set of ports found behind the TV where AV/RCA cables go in.
    2. The composite input admits both audio and video signals to the TV from a source such as a digital decoder, home theatre, or DVD player.
    3. The red, black, yellow, and white RCA cables and are slotted into ports with matching colors.
    4. Composite inputs are also known as RCA connectors.



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