We have and old GE Stereo Monitor and no remote, which we probably threw somewhere when we got cable. I don't know the model number which may help, when I measured it, I got 31''. It is maybe more than 10 years old. The problem is that there is no button on the TV and no place on the menu to switch it to S-Video or A/V. We are currently using an RF switch going through the antenna/cable input. I want to play S-Video to go up 2 levels of picture quality and get an A/V selector. I guess I need to know the model number to get the remote or another way to get to those inputs. Maybe finding the model number would be nice. I looked all over without moving the TV and no number on the back, sides top or front. Any help would be nice.
I tried for a while to get my dvd to work. I went to the menu, from my universal remote that totally works. Went to the menu, then channel set up, and switched the VCR1 channel to 00Enabled. When I want to watch a dvd I press 00 for my chanel and it works. I hope this helps all of you.
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GE HealthcareNov 21, 2011 - NOTE: The information in this manual applies to CARESCAPE V100 Vital Signs Monitor ...... PULSE VOLUME indicator: flashes to indicate you are making a change to ...... monitor is set to or reverts to factory default settings.
Usually when a PC monitor like this one has multiple inputs, there is an input change button (much like the one on a TV). It might be hidden in a menu. Make sure that when you have both devices connected and turned on that you're switching to the correct input in order to view the other device. It's very unlikely that it will switch automatically.
If you're viewing the correct input and you're still not getting a signal from your Xbox, it could be a defective monitor connection. Try switching the cable first: use the cable that you know works and connect it to the second input to make sure that it's not a cable problem.
If the cable is fine but the second input still isn't working, the monitor input connector is probably malfunctioning. Depending on how long you've had it and if it's still under any kind of warranty, you may want to contact Acer for further support and see if they can either fix it or replace it for you.
The cable box will most likely have multiple options for display - the most common will be a standard coax cable(exactly the same as what comes out of your wall).
This is where I would start since you have no HD option on your cable box.
There will probably also be RCA's on the back of the cable box (red, white and yellow). You should be able to use these three, the yellow being for your video and the red/white for left/right stereo sound, to connect to your TV as well. You would need to select the appropriate input for the cable you use.
CABLE/SAT will be your coax input, and depending on the input you plug into for the RCAs it would most likely be Video1 or Video2.
You can plug in the coax as well as the RCA's without a problem, they won't conflict or anything.
Make sure the cable box is on and then use your remote to select the different inputs - there should be a specific button dedicated to switching through these.
On the back of the monitor, look for a small jack with green color with the 'AUDIO INPUT', 'AUDIO LINE INPUT', then you will need an audio cable with mini stereo phone plug at each end (get it from Radio Shack). One end of the plug will go into the monitor AUDIO input (green), and another end will go into the PC AUDIO line out (Green jack) just like where your old PC speaker cable was plugged into. You need to set the volume level on your monitor to about mid point first and redjaut it later on.
Picture of the audio cable with pugs.
A good universal remote to use with that monitor is the RCA RCRN04GR, available at WalMart. I recently bought a 25" GE Remote Monitor XS Stereo from a Days Inn that was replacing all of those monitors with Flat Screen TV's. When I got it home I found that it would not go to channel 4 which was default with my COX Digital Cable Box. Channel 3 is the default channel on the monitor, so I ran an AV cable from the cable box, disconected the coax and hooked up the AV cable to the back of the TV and that solved the problem. I hope that answer was helpful.
well I have a work around and a solution possibly. first go threw your menu audio and verify external speakers are not turned off. if there is no setting or it is turned on already try a different video/audio input if nothing else if you have good picture you can use a stereo reciever to play the sound you do not have to input audio into the tv if you have surround sound go straight from your device(dvd, vcr,cable box etc.) to your sereo reciever just the audio plugs (red and white, not yellow unless you have a monitor out from your stereo in which you conect all three to the stereo input then one cable from the monitor out on the stereo to the tv in put
You have to check you input and output sources and coordinate The same input and out puts with you remote controls. For instance output one on the stereo goes to input one on you television and output two goes to input two on you television. The switching should be done on both remotes unless you are using a single output from your stereo to the input on you television. In this way one setting on the television will be fine and all the input switching will be done from the stereo unit. All this information should be in your owners manuals for the products in how to hook up external devises to you television. Hope this helps you with your problem.