AV input

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AV input is a common label on a connector to receive (AV) audio/visual signals from electronic equipment that generates AV signals (AV output).

These terminals are commonly found on such equipment as a television, DVD recorder or VHS recorder, and typically take input from a DVD player, a TV tuner, VHS recorder or camcorder.

Types of plugs used for video input[edit]