Question about Home Security
I need to record what is being view from my security camara /sony vcr, toshibi tv is not being recorded to my vcr player . please help.
A VCR uses a "RF" signal, where a TV uses a broadcast signal. The standard TV will not record from a security VCR. However, if the TV has a yellow "video in" jack on the back, this will work to record the VCR. You might need to buy a BNC to RCA adaptor at radio shack. Let me know if this does not work.
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the VCR should record even without a tv attached. The VCR will display what channel it is on. The TV is only for viewing.
Cable hook up is ..
1. from the wall (or antenna) to the VCR input jack
2. from VCR output jack to TV input jack
Most TVs use channel 3 for VCR viewing. You will need to hit the TV/VCR button on the VCR also.
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