Hook Up Panasonci DVD-S29 to RCA F20539DG TV (Tv coax, DVD RCA's)
My friend just got a used RCA F20539DG which uses Coax and not RCA's. She has a Panasonic DVD-S29 DVD player which uses RCA's and has no coax. She wants to watch movies only and does not have a VCR, Home Theatre or Playstation hooked up...jsut the basic TV-DVD hook up is needed.
What do we need to do? Do we need some sort of converter?
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If your Emerson TV has a digital coax output connector identified as such and your RCA soundbar has a digital coax input connector, you will have to purchase an appropriate cable and connect it. Some soundbars, such as Vizio, have left and right RCA audio inputs to match similar outputs on a TV set.
You can but the connection type is not the problem. If you have Coax cable or antenna type signal you need to put that into a tuner capable of providing the RCA (baseband or composite) video out with RCA audio as well. However if one is going that route with a HD display then the SVHS tyoe connector or even HDMI or some component level cables should be used to get the full benefit of the HD signal. If your HDTV has no Coax input then it is not a TV but a display device more like what is used in computers.
if your tv does not have the composite connection (the red, white and yellow), I am going to assume that you have a coax in though. So what you should do is get an RF modulator. Connect your dvd player OUT to the RF modulator IN with the composite cable, then use a coax cable and connect the RF modulator OUT to the coax IN of the tv. That should solve your issue. I hope this helps or if not give me a feedback, good luck.
There are usually two types of cables that connect to your tv-- coax and RCA. Cable usually uses the coax style, but some modern tvs don't have a coaxial input, which means they probably have RCA jacks. Therefore, you will probably have to find an RF modulator or the like that has a coax cable "Cable" input and RCA (yellow, white, and red plugs) output. These should be able to connect your tv to cable.
I hope this helps, and good luck!
You can buy a digital to analogue converter that connects to your COAX digital output and then connects to you RCA jacks. They run around $75. The only problem I've encountered is the DVD does not work through the COAX output, just TV. I'm looking into it.