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JVC DCD Recorder hookup to digital TV

I hooked up my JVC DVD Recorder/video cassette recorder to my new digital TV, and when I hook it up according to the manual, I cannot access my digital stations. Probably because the recorder is analog. I tried using a cable splitter, but I don't think it is right either. Any ideas?

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Yep, this recorder is NTSC analog. Sad, too - it was only manufactured in 2006 - they knew about the digital transition then. There is a possible workaround, but it depends on your TV - if your TV has a red, white AND (most importantly) yellow OUT/OUTPUT, then you can hook it to the AV IN on the back of the JVC and record from TV that way. Note: most TV's (even new ones) do not have the yellow video/monitor OUT, even if they have red and white audio OUT's.

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