Our tv was stolen and need to know how to hookup the new one (32" Emmerson). the old one was hooked up with several cables. I don't think I'm getting HD and I have to turn on and adjust the volume with the remote that comes with the tv instead of using the remote that comes with Dish DVR
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What type of hookups are on the back of tv ? Do you have an HDMI hookup if so try using that If your tv comes with a game mode look in back before u hook it up to place it in right spot. One last thing why don't you try hooking up old fashion way buy adapter for regular cable hookup and use channel 3 or4 that might help
on the back of your VCR there will be a yellow colored port - most likely labeled "OUT" as well as possibly a white/red pair of ports. The yellow is for a VIDEO hookup, the white and red are for AUDIO hookups. These ports use what is called an RCA type connection. Radio Shack, or just about any department store should be able to sell you an inexpensive set of RCA cables.
now on the back of the TV (possibly on the side) you will also have the yellow, white and red ports.
Hook one end of the RCA cable to the colored ports on the VCR, the other end of the cable to the colored ports on the TV.
last thing - the TV most likely has multiple inputs. there is probably a input button on the TVs remote, you need to press that button to cycle through the inputs until you get to the one the VCR is hooked up to. its easiest to put a tape in the VCR and press play - when you get to the right input, you will see your tape...
You need to use composite inputs. They have three connections, yellow for video, white for left audio and red for right audio. It does not matter which input you go into. I would imagine there are about 7 separate inputs like the ones I described, just remember which one you use because you will have to set the input to that number to see the VCR/DVD later. Get a phono or RCA patch cable and connect the same colors from out on the vcr/dvd box to in on the tv. Turn everything on, set the tv to the proper input using the menu or input selection and you should be able to view video tapes or dvds. Let me know if you need more help.
your toshiba player should have output composite video and audio which are color coded Yellow for video, red and white for audio same goes for proscan hdtv. connect between the two keeping in mind color of cables. If the toshiba player is really old you can connect the RF cable output to antenna input to the proscan tv and watch taped programs from the player on channel 3 of the proscan tv. If then you want to keep the hookup and still watch HDTV connect the antenna to the toshiba vcr and when you shut off the vcr you can now watch the hdtv channels as usual because now you are bypassing the antenna to the Proscan tv. Hope this Helps..
It seem that you maybe mistype the model number , take a look there http://www.tacp.toshiba.com/televisions/lcd/product.asp?model=32av50u this tv seems to fit yours , if not look at the other one and go in resources , there you can download the manual for your television , i own a toshiba lcd too and its pretty easy to plug i just plug it behind , use to remote input buttom and that it , just make sure you plugged the satellite dish cable at the good place behind your satellite receiver maybe it could be the problem too .
The failure with this LCD might be due to a failing power supply or backlight inverter board. Since your TV is less then a year old, I would suggest to call the manufacturer to get it fix under warranty.