Question about RCA L1800BC 1.8 in. Handheld Television
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On most handheld TV units, the A/V input requires a 3.5mm stereo baby phone plug. While on most projectors, the Video out is a composite single RCA jack. What would be needed then is a 3.5 babyphone to RCA cable/adapter.
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EXT means external input,i.e.from an outside or alternate source.
That source could be a DVD / VCR , cable box, video game,etc.
2) New dvd/vcr recorders allow A / V inputs only,usually obtained
from a source box ( cable or satellite ) They do not have coax cable input/output,also known as RF in/RF out.
3)The dvd/vcr manufacturer expects the consumer to upgrade equipment periodically.If your TV or A/V receiver ( surround sound) has a video monitor output,problem solved!
Hope I helped you ......T.
Oct 18, 2007 | Televison & Video
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