I recently acquired a Sanyo DS27510. I have connected a Samsung V4600 VCR/DVD player to it using the RCA connections. When I connect the units using the jacks on the back of the TV, I get the video but no audio. When I connect using the jacks on the front of the TV, I get audio but no video. I have both audio and video when not using the VCR/DVD player. I used the Samsung player with another TV without any problems. Is there a setting somewhere that needs to be adjusted? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Hi, In order to watch either DVD or VHS on your TV ,you need to make the following connections ..
You need to connect "DVD Player / VCR Combo" to" TV " as (Audio/video output
of DVD Player / VCR Combo -TO- Audio/Video input of TV) ..
use either "RCA analog (red/white +yellow ) " or "SCART "or
"Optic " cable.(any standard optical cable )...if exist ,optic is the best way to
connect it..Remember your DVD Player / VCR Combo 's "OUT" goes into" IN "of the TV ..
remember,wherever you connect your DVD Player / VCR Combo on your TV ,you should switch
the source selector accordingly to correspond to the connection on the
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http://www.retrevo.com/pdf/308ci264/3/Feature+Summary#q=Samsung+DVD-V4600 I visited this site and could not see a sleep timer but there was a referance to auto power off. Visit and have a look at the manual and if need be download it.
you will need an external dvd recorder to record vcr tapes to dvd. Sometimes you will have problems with quality when you do it this way. I have transfered vcr tapes to dvd with a transfer device using the computer and got much better results. If you need the name of the transfer device just get back with me and I will get it for you.
It depends on what video inputs you use.If you using RCA out on the player you must use RCA in on your TV,same with super video which is over rated.Output is fixed on most DVD players,on tv's check on the back and make sure the inputs match the ones on the player.