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Hooking up a cd player

I have an old Zenith console tv and the only hook up in the back is for the cable. How do i install the cd player when i hve a vhs player already hooked up? I want the option of both to work. Do i have to use a splitter?

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You can use what is called an RF converter. it chanes the rca cables into a coaxial that will screw onto the back of the tv & you can connect the vcr to it at the same time. good luck.

Posted on Feb 19, 2007

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I'm assuming you mean a DVD player, not a CD player? 1. You can get an input splitter (basically an A/B switch for the cable), and connect to that, manually switching between the two sources. 2. You can replace the VCR and the DVD player with a combination DVD/VHS unit. Although it would seem logical, it is unlikely that you can hook the DVD player to the VCR, since the VCR will refuse to let the signal pass though it, as part of its MacroVision copy protection. (This is the same sytem that prevents you from recording DVDs onto VHS tapes.)

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