Cable tv wall jack in ANT.IN, RF.OUT connected to RF Modulator, RF Modulator TO TV connected to TV antenna in. DVD/VCR OUT Video connected to RF Mod. Video, DVD/VCR L/R Audio connected to RF Mod. L/R Audio. VCR L/R Audio connected to Sirius Radio. Nothing connected to Progressive Scan or S-Video out. All speakers physically connected. When I play a DVD I only get the music, no dialogue, and only in english. Other language options offered by the DVD are fine, the dialogue is there. Picture is fine. What have I done wrong? Please, please, please somebody help me. This is driving me crazy! Thanks.
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If you are faced with the TV set that has only antenna F type connector, Or alternately if just 2 screws, a "Balun" for TV is added for those to get the antenna type connection on the two screw types and you need to get what is called an "RF Modulator" that will convert the split up signal off the DVD player to the one antenna type terminal.
RF MODULATOR HOOKUP For a TV with only a RF input jack, a RF Modulator can be used to hookup DVD players, DVD recorders and other devices which output RCA composite video and audio. For example, analog cable TV can be connected using a RG-6 type coaxial cable to a VCR or older DVD recorder's analog cable ready tuner RF input. Then as shown above, the output can be connected to the TV thru the RF modulator. The modulator outputs on channel 3 or 4 for the older TV so the TV is set to channel 3 or 4. Some RF modulators are built-in to Audio/Video switch boxes. These allow multiple RCA inputs along with RF input.
RF MODULATOR CLOSE-UP The modulator converts signals to channel 3 or 4 so older TVs can tune them on their analog tuners channel 3 or 4.
Basic DVD player hookup to TV cable diagram. RCA cable (yellow) video and RCA cables (white and red) audio. This is all you need for picture and sound. If your TV only has a single RF input, then you need a RF modulator. RF modulators accept the yellow, white and red cables and output a coaxial cable to the TV single input jack. Usually the TV is tuned to channel 3 or 4 to pickup the RF modulators output.
Alternative connection options are many and include HDMI for HDTVs, component video and for sound, surround sound digital audio connection using optical or coaxial digital audio cable.
Surround sound requires a decoder such as a A/V receiver with Dolby Digital 5.1 or DTS 5.1 or more. 6 speakers connected to the A/V receiver surrounds the listener.
Bluray players will play DVDs and Bluray discs. Bluray gives you High Definition video and typically connects to a HDTV using a HDMI cable. dvd_howtoconnect.htm for more information and pictures on DVD player hookups.
Make sure you have the TV tuned to the modulator's output channel (3 or 4 as set by the switch on its rear panel). Also, turn the modulator on first, and then tune the TV to the modulator channel. This will make sure the set properly adjusts its automatic fine tuning. What you're describing sounds like the TV isn't exactly on the channel.
If the trouble continues, try switching the modulator to its other channel and see if the sound clears up. Enough of an interfering signal may be getting through where you have it set now.
If you still have no success, return the modulator and exchange it. These aren't high-precision devices, and often the output frequency is slightly off. On most TVs it's not a problem, but some tuners are more finicky than others.
first of all here is a link to the manual....http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/200802/20080220095448484_HT-Z410-XAA.pdf and yes it can be conected thru your comcast but you wil need to buy probably cheapest at wallmart an RF Modulator (Less than 20 dollars) and from your cable box (vidieo out, or to tv) install the cable to the rf mod unit (ant in) and that converts it from coaxial cable to rca (meaning a cord with yellow ,red,white push on connectors) plug the red and white into aux input on surround system (see #3 on manual view on backside of surround unit)and and you got it.It your tv does not have a yellow vidieo connection (which is where the the yellow plug into tv)in the back then add a coaxial splitter after the comcast box so that the 1 coax line goes to tv and the other coax goes to the rf mod then thru RCA cables to the surround sound.you may need to buy xtra cables but they are cheap. hope i helped........you may try asking family or friends for the above equipment i described.the newer tv's dont need it and many people have this stuff layen around...good look
All you need is A/V cable. These are yellow, white, and red. If you have an old model TV that doesn't have these, you can get an RF modulator from any electronics store, which will enable you to connect the DVD/VCR combo.
if you do not have the composite (Red, White, Yellow) jacks in the back of your TV, you will want to get an RF Modulator. If you do have the composite in the back of your tv, and you have an input from your cable box to your tv, take the red and white cables and run them to the back of your receiver. That's pretty much the only way you're going to get TV through your receiver unless it has a special input-output coax cable jack in the back of your receiver; highly unlikely.
If you do get a RF Modulator, use the inputs as your coax cables and the output to your sterio system.
It took some time, but I finally have this figured it out so everything works.
I have the same setup, but I had one additional piece to the puzzle that I had to figure out. I have an older TV and use and antenna, but had to buy an Audio/Video RF Modulator a couple of years ago to use my VCR & DVD player with the old setup.
Get yourself an Audio/Vido RF Modulator (you can pick one up for about $20-30).
Connect the TV to the RF Modulator.
You should have 2 connectors for your antenna. Connect one to the converter "To Ant" and the other to the RF Modulator.
Connect the convertor A/V cable to "IN" on your VCR.
Connect the cable from converter "To TV (RF)" to "UHF/VHF from Ant" on VCR.
Connect the VCR "OUT" cable to the RF Modulator.
Connect DVD A/V cables to A/V input on VCR.
Your TV should be set to Channel 3 (or 4, depending on your setup) and depending on your "input" connections, you should be able to view vidoes from VCR like this and DVD by changing the input (the button should be on your VCR or other remote). For ex. my input changes on my VCR from channels, to L1 & L2. My converter & VCR play on L1 and DVD's play when I change it to L2.
Now, I just have to figure out how to add the converter box to my universal remote. :)
A modulator is designed for the reverse of what you are trying to use it for.
It is meant to be a local TV transmitter i.e. video and audio source INPUT for the TV.
It converts A/V to a UHF radio signal that the TV can receive.
If the TV has no audio OUTPUTS or headphone jack then headphones cannot be used with this TV.
As for the new problem with the TV, I'd like to think this is co-incidental and not your fault.
The fantastic thing to do would be to go and buy the lady an LCD TV of a the biggest size you can afford. Most have a headphone socket.