Question about Televison & Video
YES, get a cable box that has audio/video outputs on the rear and go from there to one of the sets your tv set has (INPUT)----put set on that input (they are labeled) and change channels via the cable box, bypass a hundred dollar plus repair and get a better picture and sound quality to boot.
the cable fitting goes to the tuner in the set but the rear audio/video jacks bypass the tuner completely.
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Antenna hookup broke off
You have to re solder the connector. The other solution is to patch from the Direct TV box AV out to the AV input on the back of the TV. This will bypass the tuner and give you a cleaner picture. However, if your TV does not have an external input you must re solder the connector. As easy as it may seem, this should be done by a qualified technician. Its not as easy as it looks and requires good soldering skills.
Posted on Nov 12, 2007
If the converter box calls for rca cables and your tv has none, you will need a vcr to interconnect. If your converter box has coaxial then it's an easy hook up. If they are holes labeled S and F then those are Screen and Focus screws. To adjust your screen and focus it. If the are actual jacks labeled S and F, then I don't know what F is but the S would be S-video. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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