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On the back of the cinavision you have two groups of sockets. The yellow socket under Video out is picture. Red and white is sound. Connect them to the TV's yellow red white sockets marked Video In 1. This connection will give you picture and sound from either the VCR or the DVD deck.
There's a better picture quality available for DVDs only from the Component video out sockets (green red blue). Next to them is another set of audio sockets (red white). Connect all five sockets to the TV's input number 2. The colours match up. The picture from Component will be clearer and sharper.
On your Sharp TV remote, select Video 1 to watch VCR, and Video 2 to watch DVDs.
You need a set of normal rca cables (red.yellow,white) and another single rca cable.. OPTION 1 :If you have a digital satellite receiver, Connect the 3 colour cables to the corresponding colour jacks on VIDEO 2 of your dvd player to corresponding colour jacks on the VIDEO OUT Of your digital satellite receiver...Connect the single stand alone rca cable to MONITOR OUT on your player to the VIDEO IN input of your tv..
OPTION 2 STRAIGHT TO TV: connect the 3 colour cables directly to the corresponding colour jacks on the SIDE of the tv...Connect the single stand alone rca cable to MONITOR OUT on your player to the VIDEO IN input of your tv..
OPTION 3 IF YOUR PLAYER HAS AN OPTICAL INPUT: if this is the case you can just connect a single optical cable to the optical ports on your player and tv and this will enable the sound from your tv to play through your dvd player as well
Please try this procedure on how to connect your DVD player to your TV..
Follow this instructions:
1. Check the back of your DVD
player. It will have up to three different types of outlet connections
enabling it to be linked to the TV. The most ideal is an HDMI
connection, which is a thin rectangular outlet marked "HDMI." It
provides the highest quality signal to your flat panel TV. If your DVD
player doesn't have an HDMI outlet, you can also use a standard RCA
outlet. This consists of three round cable jacks labeled with a color
coding. The yellow jack is for the video signal while the red and white
jacks are for audio signals. Some DVD players may have an S-video outlet
as well. It will be a circular jack with a number of holes. While not
as effective as the HDMI jack, it provides a clearer picture than the
2. Look at the back of your flat
panel TV for a series of "In" jacks corresponding to your DVD player.
There may be a number of them under different labels (Input 1, Input 2,
HDMI 1, HDMI 2 and Component Video are common). All of them work,
however, and all can carry the DVD signal into your TV. Simply select an
"In" jack that matches the DVD outlet you have selected and note the
3. Connect the "In" jack from the TV to the corresponding outlet on the DVD player, using the proper cable (RCA, HDMI or S-Video).
4. Turn on the TV and press the
input button to select the jack connected to the DVD player. (The exact
label for the input button will vary by model. Some will say "Input,"
while others will say "TV/Video" or "Signal.") A menu should pop up
onscreen giving you a list of jacks in the rear of the set. Select the
jack connected to the DVD player. The name of the player brand should
appear on your screen.
5. Place a DVD in the player and watch as normal.
I hope this procedure will be helpful...Thanks for using fixya..
You will need to connect all the cables for component to get a colour image. The component cable has 3 connectors all for video. If you have connected only one cable for video then you will not get colour information. Component needs all 3 to get colour and luminence information. You can use a regular composite cable but you have make sure you match up the colour codes on both sides i.e to TV and to the source. The other two Red and White a separate cable is for Audio.
Check for outlets marked video in, audio in l,r on the back, side or front of your tv. The yellow ps2 plug would go into the video in, red & white would plug into the l,r audio in. You would then need to set the tv to video 1 setting in order to play. Hope this helps.
What is your connection setup to the TV? Typically you want to connect component video out (Red, Blue Green) to your component in on your TV for the best possible picture or use HDMI if you have the III series.
What system are you using on your TV. NTSC gives no colour picture if displayed on a PAL tv for example!
You can either 1. Transfer the still pictures from the camcorder to the PC, and then, either 1.1 use your PC software to print the pictures, or 1.2 use an online photo processing lab to print the pictures for you. OR 2. Take the disc from the camcorder to a local photo printing shop and ask them to print the pictures you want printed.
But first ... before you can transfer pictures or video from your Canon DC210 to your PC you need to finalise the disc in the camcorder.
also need to make sure that the DVD drive on your PC is capable of
reading a DVD-R, DVD-R DL or DVD-RW format as these are the only disk
formats that the DC210 will handle. Not all PC DVD drives can read
To finalise the disk you must have the power
adapter connected to the
camera, plugged into a wall socket and turned on. Then, switch on the
camera, put it into playback mode, Press 'Func.', select main
menu, select 'disk operations', select 'finalise'. Don't move or shake
the camera or switch it off whilst the finalising step is
underway - this could cause problems.
Once finalising is complete, take it out of the camcorder and then follow steps 1.1, 1.2 or 2 above.