Question about Sylvania LC195SL9 19 in. LCD TV
I want to connect an RCA ANT121 indoor antenna to a LC195SL9 digital LCD TV. The antenna has a 75 ohm coaxial cable with an F-type connector according to the specs. The antenna input of the TV is also for a 75 ohm coaxial cable with an F-type connector according to its specs. However, the central pin of the antenna connector seems to be too large for the TV input, so that a connection cannot be made. Previously, the antenna connected with no difficulty to another LCD TV. Is the TV input defective? How can this problem be solved?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I checked Amazon, it says "For connections, you get 1 each composite- and S-video inputs for your
DVD player, VCR, or other audio/video device, and a set of
component-video inputs for your progressive-scan DVD player or DTV
Your TV does not have a audio out since it is a smaller TV. You need to get a tuner and route the sound system through there.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Must change the Signal Tuner board.U well have good video after that.Not than 100% ur LCD Black projection Screen is dead not worth repairing.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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You just can't. Not without an external receiver.
Your TV is simply missing a piece of hardware - it is called TUNER - that can understand the signal that runs through the cable (or an antenna) and decode it into simple video signal.
So the only solution is to buy an EXTERNAL TUNER device (also called external receiver or external set top TV box).
Those are rather cheap compared with what they used to be, but if you care for an advice from professional it is: sell your TV and use the revenue towards the purchase of a new one. All TVs currently in the mainstream sales channels have that thing built-in.
Some of the older models that you will find on Craigslist (like yours) do not.
it is usually not a problem for users with cable TV because most cable TV boxes also have a built-in tuner. If you are talking about how to connect your TV to your local cable company then the right thing to do is call your cable operator and tell them you want a newer receiver that outputs standard composite (one yellow one red one white) or component (green, blue, yellow and white and red) - if your TV has the later.
Hope this helps. If it does please rate accordingly.
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
It should be on the back of the tv near the middle. See the instructions at the following link:
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
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