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You need a SCART lead which goes into the back of the vcr and the back of the tv, on the back of the vcr player there will be a output usually called tv from the into the tv which is usually called av/ av1 then just use the remote to get onto av channel

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How do i connect the vcr to tv


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  1. Lay out your items where you want them to stay. Hooking up a VCR and then not being able to fit it where you want it is a bit frustrating. Put the VCR where you will want it to stay and make sure that your cables are long enough to reach from the VCR to the television. Be sure to have the TV angled how you will watch it so that the cables can be measured appropriately.
  2. Connect your signal in from your source to the VCR. Whether it's cable or satellite, connect your source to the VCR through the coaxial cable input. This is often labeled as CABLE IN, but it's the same jack for a satellite signal as it is for cable. If you are using cable, you can run the wire right into the VCR or through a receiver. If you are using satellite, you will have to run the cable through a receiver.
  3. 3 Connect your VCR to the television with an RCA cable. To do this, run an RCA cable from the VCR OUT to the television IN.
  4. 4 Check your settings to be sure that the signal reaches the television. If you are connected through a receiver that will change the channels, you will have to set your VCR to either channel three or four to send that signal to your television.
  5. If you have other sources you want to use, either before or after the VCR in the signal flow, you can add them as needed. It's possible to connect two VCRs or connect a VCR to a DVD burner for archiving purposes. To do this, you'd simply run additional cables either IN or OUT of the VCR, corresponding with the appropriate IN or OUT of the other device. As long as your signal has a starting place and a final destination, you can set up all of your equipment how you'd like in the middle.

Jan 13, 2011 | VCRs

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Can only get DVD audio when hooking it up to Goldstar VCR...


The DVD must be connected with the RCA jacks-plugs [usually black & red] to the INPUT of the VCR, not to the RF connector. You must press the VCR\TV button to VCR so that the VCR takes control.When you place a DVD movie or AUDIO program it could be copied to the VCR. or played through the VCR.

Nov 11, 2008 | VCRs

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Different sound to picture


When connecting VCR to TV. Verify all connections. First if the connection is with coaxial cable make sure you signal from outside is screwed to the cable input on VCR. Then the VCR/TV output has the cable running to TV input. If hooking up with RCA cables , which is the yellow, red, and white cables. Hook one side up to VCR output. Yellow for Video, while red/white to audio output matching the colors. The same is done to the Television input. yellow for video, red/white for audio. Do a test recording. Use a blank tape, not one already recorded on. Record about 5 minutes Stop recording , rewind and playback. You should see the difference.

Oct 13, 2008 | VCRs

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Hooking up a d.v.d player to a vcr/tv combo?


RCA plugs (the yellow, red, and white outlets you speak of) consist of a video plug (yellow) and stereo plugs for audio (red and white). Just match the colors from the DVD RCA colors to the RCA hook-ups on the TV (ex. Yellow the Yellow, White to White).

You don't need to worry about the red one, it just makes the DVD player play stereo audio. Instead, you'll have mono, which is fine, and most modern players can detect mono and switch it for you so don't worry about changing settings and what not (unless you're missing sound on one side.)

Sep 13, 2008 | Optical Coating Model 108 VHS VCR

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VCR


Hi dennis176,

Unfortunately, I am not aware of this kind of setup. This kind of solution would not be very efficient. For this to work there would need to be an insert to the VCR (similar to that which is used in a cassette player to convert CD audio) attached to a DVD player. Because you would require a device to play the DVD and send the video/audio to the insert (if it existed) it would actually be more efficient to simply connect the DVD player to the television. The reason inserts exist for cassette players is primarily that it prevents replacement of an entire car stereo system. This is not the case with a VCR. You may consider purchasing a DVD/VCR combo if you wish to maintain the ability to play VHS tapes. If you own a TV/VCR combo, your least expensive option would likely be to purchase a separate DVD player.

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Jul 10, 2008 | Emerson EWV603 VHS VCR

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Problems hooking up a VCRplayer


Hello..try to turn on the test signal generator switch it is marked test at rear of vcr...and chose av¨rf channel on your tv i.e the 0 or 9 channel than search for the vcr and memorize on tv...alt you can playback a tape ..pre-recorded without the test signal and make the search...alt 2...use a direct av-cable between vcr and tv..which is best and put tv in av mode...good luck...Ron

Mar 11, 2008 | VCRs

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Rca vcr


there a a bunch of different ways. 1) if you don't have a cable box hooked up to this tv,plug the main cable wire into the vcr input then the vcr outout to the tv.2) if you do have a cable box, plug the main cable into the cable box input, then the output to the vcr input, then the vcr output to the tv. put both the tv & vcr on channel 3 for this connection. [ you must have the vcr on channel 3 to record from the cable box!] 3) if you have aux line/video or source inputs on the back of your tv,you can hook up rca cables [ red, white,& yellow ] from the rca outputs on the vcr to the tv inputs.
hope this helps
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Tuning in Akai Video


Please explain what you mean by "tuning in."  Are you referring to hooking up to your Television, or to a cable/satellite box?  Or can you not see video when you play a VCR.

Check your hookup cabling.  With a cable or satellite system, the VCR normally is hooked between the cable/sat receiver box and the TV.  Cable box RF output to VCR RF input, VCR RF output to TV RF input.

There are other possibilities when your TV has video or line inputs.

Oct 30, 2007 | JVC BR-S622DXU VHS / S-VHS playback VCR

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Panasonic NV-J45


Has VCR to TV hookup been changed? Cabling errors will result in no display from the VCR (no tape video/audio, no menu display). If you are using the TV aux/VCR input connections, you must select this input before anything from the VCR will be displayed. If you've verified hookup is correct, then perhaps something is afoul with the VCR. Try hooking it up to another TV.

Sep 03, 2007 | VCRs

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