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Remmington 12" security monitor

I need help with setting up my plugs, i do not see a picture. I am not sure if I am hooking every cord up corectly, please help me I also can not find a web site who shows the instructions. the model number is 12875 12" b/w 4 chanel switcher monitor

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  • Anonymous Jan 24, 2009

    Remmington model 12875 b/w 4 channel,instruction manual or hook up imformation.Thanks

  • Rob
    Rob May 11, 2010

    I need to know how your cameras are wired. Are they BNC or are they RJ45? What are the inputs like in the back of the monitor, BNC or RJ45? Let me know.




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No pitcure, but the power light is on

My first bet is on a dead power-inverter. Get it replaced if you can still see a very darkened picture. OR... if there's no picture at all, call warranty support or take it to a repair shop. Also, if you're fine with electronics, I can guide you step-by-step to diagnose the fault.

Mar 06, 2011 | Samsung SyncMaster 910MP 19" LCD Monitor

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Yes, there is. It's actually fairly simple, but there is one problem you may run into. Before bothering to buy any of the adapters or try and set anything up, check your monitor's specs and be sure it's HDCP compliant. Without this little detail, a PS3 will not play on any screen.

Now once your sure your monitor is HDCP compliant, your going to need a few things.

First, your going to need an VGA to HDMI cord, or an DVI to HDMI cord. Your monitor uses both these connections, so feel free to go with whichever works for you. You can find cords like this for cheap on Amazon, and I can vouch for this one personally, I use it and it's not given me a bit of trouble.

Now, unless your using speakers that already hooked up to the monitor, your going to need an RCA to 3.5mm adapter (Your everyday headphone jack is a 3.5mm plug.) They are really cheap, and can be found all over the place. Amazon, your local electronics store, EBay, all have these little handy objects. I can again vouch for this one personally, and I love using it, so keep this little thing handy. (Think headphones, when you don't want to use speakers.) NOTE: Make sure you get a 2xRCA to 1x3.5mm adapter, check the link above to see a picture of what your looking for.

Now, once you have both these pieces, it's time to set up your connections.

Step 1. Plug the VGA/DVI to HDMI (Let's call this Video Cord), into your monitor and PS3.

Step 2. Plug the original cord that came with your PS3 into the console as well. This cord should have an end that plugs into a TV, with one each of a Yellow, Red, and White plug. These are RCA jacks.

Step 3. Now take your little RCA to 3.5mm adapter and plug the White and Red ends into it. Don't worry about the Yellow end, this is the video plug and you don't need it now that your using an HDMI connection.

Step 4. Plug your speakers into the 3.5mm plug on your adapter. Power on the speakers.

Step 5. Now turn on the Monitor first, and then PS3. You should see the screen come on, and the PS3 should be telling you it found an HDMI connection, and would you like to switch to it. Select Yes and press X.

Step 6. Now that you can see what's on your PS3, go into the settings section of the menu. Click down to the Sound Settings choice, near the bottom, and press X. Press X again to enter the Audio Output Settings. Click down to the Audio Input Connector/ SCART / AV MULTI choice, and the press -> on the D-pad. Now press X once more and your all set!

Now go back to the menu and move around a bit, you should hear the clicking sounds as you switch to a new item. Start up a game and enjoy the sounds and sights, because your finished.

Good luck and have fun, and please feel free to leave any comments or further questions you might have in the Comments. Feedback is always welcome.

Jan 05, 2011 | Gateway 19" Widescreen Flat Panel TFT LCD...

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How do you hook up an additional set of speakers to this monitor so that I have four speakers working?

You'd need to get a 3.5mm stereo audio jack splitter (aka "headphone jack splitter").
It'll look something like the pictures below.
You should be able to purchase one for a few dollars pretty much anywhere you buy electronics or audio equipment (Radio Shack, Best Buy, etc.).

Once you have that, make sure both your computer and your monitor are turned off.
-Then, unplug the audio cord (that goes from your monitor to your computer) from your computer (you can leave it plugged into the monitor).
-Plug the splitter into your computer where the cord was previously plugged in.
-Next, plug the cord into one of the open jacks on the splitter.
-Plug the audio cable for your *second* set of speakers into the other jack on the splitter.

You should be able to turn on all the devices and have audio coming from all the speakers now.

Let us know if you have more questions!


May 31, 2010 | Samsung SyncMaster 910MP 19" LCD Monitor

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I tried to hook up my dvd player and i get picture but no sound. when i put the cords in the back of the monitor there is yellow red blue green holes no white spot. Do i need different cords. I have tried...

That could be a result to that TV either not having the ports you need, or you may need different cords. On my TV. With the 360 they have two cords. Red,white, and yellow and also green blue and i think red but im not 100% sure. You may need to find a different port on your TV for your cords, or do what I do and have your VCR hooked up to your tv, and your DvD player hooked up thorugh your VCR. Hope this helps and don't forget to rate ^^
(and yes that yellow and white are a necessity)

Feb 23, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Screen goes black with power on. It also flickers and power flickers. Does both randomly. New computer. All new drivers. Windows 7. Video card and monitor set with same display settings.

This sounds like a power issue. Check the power cord going to the monitor. Make sure it is fully plugged in. Make sure the receptacle is good and the wiring at that receptacle is tight and secure. Try another receptacle to be sure. Make sure the cord going from the computer to the monitor is secure and tight. You say this is a new computer. If so, then take it back where you bought it if you cannot find the problem.

Dec 12, 2009 | Westinghouse 19" Widescreen Flat Panel LCD...

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Need a ac input cord

probably a computer store (should have the same hook up as a computer monitor) or radio shack just look at the input connection on the tv draw a rough picture and bring it with you or un plug your computer monitor and plug it into the tv if it fits just go to an electronic stor and ask for a monitor power cable

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Dell m992 crt monitor

If it's getting no signal, make sure the monitor is set for the correct input. This would be either analog (if your cord has blue ends) or digital (if the connectors are white). Depending on wt yhat your monitor is, a button on the monitor will help you set that. If it's set for the correct input signal, then switch out a different cable to see if perchance you have a bad cable out of the box. If there is another PC or laptop setting around, plug your monitor into that to make sure it's good and maybe even plug THAT monitor into yours to make sure there is nothing wrong with your video card. Let me know what transpires. If this takes care of things, please help me out by rating it accordingly.

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Picture but no sound on Hyvision LCD monitor MV190

I had the same problem. The speakers are mounted below the the LCD Monitor. There is no internal connection between the speakers and the TV Audio. There should have been a short patch cord in your box having one jack on one end and two wires with mono jacks on the other. Plug the stereo jack into the audio out on the monitor and then plug the other jacks into the left and right side of the speakers (the wires should be marked L and R). If you cannot find the jack, I'm sure that you can find one on line or get one from Radio Shack.

Nov 07, 2007 | Gateway FPD2275W LCD Monitor

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Have tried wall-mart

Well now if you go asking shop folk for this -they wont use their imagination, just in case they get it wrong and you sue. Just be sure that the voltage you need is - what it is - 12V did you say Then go the the electrical isles small items and you will see usually in a bubble pack on the rack a power supply- with a strip of various connectors. The power supply will have a slider switch to select vorltages from 1.5-3-4.5-6-7.5-9-12 volts. These will also have a coloured patch. The connectors are also coloured on the tip. Pick the connector colour that matched the voltage colour- plug in into the cord and lug it into the monitor . And it does not work Huh! Then unplug the connector from the cord and turn it around plug it in- then it it will work.

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