NO VIDEO OUTPUT IN REAR RCA JACK..SOUND ALRIGHT CAN YOU SELL ME A GO VIDEO 3930 THAT WILL RECORD BOTH + AND - FLORMATS . THE VR 2940 WILL ONLY DO THE + THE VR 2940 IS 2-YEARS OLD NO TROUBLE TILL NOW .. HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME . CAN YOU REPAIR THE VR 2940 OR SELL ME A 3930 NEW ARE RE- CONDITION ...
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Re: no video model vr 2940
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Connect the amplifier input to the VR-407 using the receiver's REC OUT jacks for the MD/TAPE input on the back panel. This is a fixed line-level output for recording, and will work fine for driving the additional amp.
For a standard VCR which is what most people have, all you need to do is connect a yellow RCA cable for video from the yellow output jack on the cable box rear panel to the VCR's yellow video input jack on its rear panel. Next connect a white RCA audio cable from the cable box white RCA output jack to the VCRs white RCA audio input jack. You can record a cable show by selecting the LINE input on the VCR and selecting the TV show on the cable box.
Now for playback, connect the VCR to your TV. Connect a yellow video cable from the VCR's yellow output jack to the TV's yellow video input jack. Same for the white audio connection. Select on the TV, the source input for the VCR. Its not complicated and you should not need any other devices for a standard setup with a digital cable box and vcr.
If your TV has an OUTPUT MONITOR Output Jacks, Yellow, (Video) Red (Audio) & White (Audio) FEMALE RCA Jacks.Then these will output WHATEVER is showing on the TV screen. And can be used as an Output for any Recording Viewing device.
There will be other, FEMALE RCA Jacks,AV, Yellow, (Video) Red (Audio) & White (Audio) and possibly also The Composite Video, Red, Green, Blue, all Video, These are INPUTS, they will be there also. Make sure.
If exact model is Samsung DVD-VR357, than it doesn't even has to recognise blank disc as your unit is DVD PLAYER with Video Casette Recorder.
See Specs. for your unit below:
MP3, WMA, JPEG, MPEG-4, DivX
Dolby Digital Surround Sound
Component Video Output
Composite Video Output
Coaxial Digital Audio Outputs
Optical Audio Output
Product Weight & Dimensions
16.9" x 3.1" x 11"
Shipment Weight & Dimensions
20.2" x 7.1" x 15.1"
Closest model match for DVD recording unit would be DVD-VR375
Unfortunately you have player only and you won't be able to recor DVDs with it whatsoever.
Are you talking about the 6 channel input with all RCA jacks? Please explain a little better, it is very hard to know how you have it connected without a very good description since I can not put my eyes on it. You may need to check the settings, it may have the rears muted. More information from you will help me to be able to help you.
No, it doesn't need infrared headphones, but it does need to have all audio connection made properly. There is a controller that this was designed to use, model number CY-VM1500. That controller has speaker outputs on it, and the CX-DV1500 must have the RCA audio output jack (red and white rca jacks) connected to the RCA audio input jacks of the CX-DV1500
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your vr-206 have several inputs dvd, vcr, tape decks, turn tables etc, also have an opcion called eq in and out usually if you dont have an equalizer al you do is jump straight rca to rca cables red in to red out and white in to white out.
but if you have an eq all you do is output from amp vr-206 to input and the input to output back to the amp