The TV should have two ANT coax jacks in the back, one for air and one for the cable line. The one on the right side should be the one you want. It could be that you've plugged it into the left one, which will not work for line cable.
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That will depend upon what you want to do. If you plan to record to the VCR from the cable box, then the cable box will need to directly connect to the VCR, then the output of the VCR is connected to the TV. Unfortunately, most VCRs are analog, not digital, so you will lose HD capability (if you have it) trying to connect this way. You also cannot record one show while watching something else (you will need to be tuned to the channel you are recording). If you want to simply use the VCR to view recorded tapes, then connect the cable box to the TV as per the cable company recommendations, and then make a second connection for the VCR. Of course, your TV will need appropriate and available jacks on the rear to do this. It is difficult to give specifics without knowing the models of the cable box, VCR, and TV.
The Emerson VCR has output connections for left (W?) and right (R?)audio and video (Y?). Your Sanyo TV may have inputs for the same in which case you would make the appropriate connections. Some operation of your Sanyo remote has to be found that will allow your videotapes to be seen on the screen
on the back of your VCR there will be a yellow colored port - most likely labeled "OUT" as well as possibly a white/red pair of ports. The yellow is for a VIDEO hookup, the white and red are for AUDIO hookups. These ports use what is called an RCA type connection. Radio Shack, or just about any department store should be able to sell you an inexpensive set of RCA cables.
now on the back of the TV (possibly on the side) you will also have the yellow, white and red ports.
Hook one end of the RCA cable to the colored ports on the VCR, the other end of the cable to the colored ports on the TV.
last thing - the TV most likely has multiple inputs. there is probably a input button on the TVs remote, you need to press that button to cycle through the inputs until you get to the one the VCR is hooked up to. its easiest to put a tape in the VCR and press play - when you get to the right input, you will see your tape...
Is the connector a RCA (smooth outside with 1/8 inch hole) or 75 ohm type with threads? Also the 75 ohm type needs the correct allignment and length of wire...needs to be straight and no more than 1/8 inch beyond the threads.
First thing to do is see if this happens on ALL inputs so you can pin piont the Tv and not the source. if it still happens the only way to repair this type of problem would be to replace the main board for this set
Make sure your audio outputs are turned on.Also try a connection from the tv straight to the stereo to see if you have sound !! If so then the problem is somewhere in between!! Check the settings for audio on these devices as well !! Good Luck !!1 Swampratt200 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAEEEEEEEEEE!!!!
Hi, I'm afraid that not only a cable is needed but an analog (vga) to digital (dvi) converter/scaler as well. The iLo LCD Display V27DMBX-U12 can hook up to a PC using the DVI-I connection only. As you said, your computer has the standard 1D15 pin VGA connector.
Another possibility is if your video card has a composite video output (normally a color yellow RCA female) or an S-Video output which will both connect direct to your iLo LCD Display V27DMBX-U12. For the RCA connection all you need is an ordinary RCA to RCA shielded wire cable and for the S-Video, an S to S Video cable will work. There is of course the question about the quality or the resolution.
Good luck and hope that this be of some help to you. Pls post again how things turn up. Kind regards.
I beleive that in the thunderstorm the HDMI port was blown. There are many reports of this happening and many people are having troubles getting it fixed. The return percentage is very high on this TV. You will need to return the TV to Walmart to have them fix the HDMI port or even ask for your money back. Hope this helps.