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Re: CONNECTING TO TV
If your television has the two screw input, go to Wal_Mart and tell them you needan RF adapter for an older model television. If your TV has a cable TV type input, then just connect it via the cable input.
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You can set up your tv in this way. Hook up your dvd player directly to your tv and then hook up your surround sound reciever from the audio out jacks from the back of your tv. This should allow you to use either your tv volume or the surround sound feature. Hope this helps
First, if you have the jacks in back of your TV for audio out, you may have to set the audio on the TV for external audio. Go to menu and then click on audio or audio options, and see if there is a mode for external or aux audio out.If that does not work, then use cables with the RCA ends and hook up from cable box to audio in or aux in of your surround sound system. Look at the back of the cable box for audio out or aux audio output and connect these two jacks to the audio in or aux input of your surround system.
If the cable box does not have extra audio out, you can take Y connectors and branch off the two jacks that are going to your TV. Radio Shack has these Y connectors. They allow two cables to be connected to one jack.
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greetings, you should be able to use rca cables for simple connectivity. hook the x box up to the tv as you would normally on the back or side of the tv there should be audio inputs and audio outputs. xbox signal goes to input and rca cables from output on tv to aux or tv input on your reciever. then make sure that whatever audio input jacks you connected your tv to your reciever with are the same as the function or mode input on the front of the reciever. if you need more assistance look your reciever up on the manufacture's website and diagrams should be available in the search portion of the website
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The coby dvd 988 has 2 rca audio input jacks, you need to have these connected to your TV AUDIO OUT jacks, these are usually colored red and white like right and left stereo jacks, be sure to set up the TV for AUDIO output through these connections, some tv`s require that the internal built in speakers are cancelled and the audio output jacks are enabled. Set the coby input signal to receive the port you pluged the tv signal into.
A modulator is designed for the reverse of what you are trying to use it for.
It is meant to be a local TV transmitter i.e. video and audio source INPUT for the TV.
It converts A/V to a UHF radio signal that the TV can receive.
If the TV has no audio OUTPUTS or headphone jack then headphones cannot be used with this TV.
As for the new problem with the TV, I'd like to think this is co-incidental and not your fault.
The fantastic thing to do would be to go and buy the lady an LCD TV of a the biggest size you can afford. Most have a headphone socket.
This is possible a number of ways. Depending on the type of TV you have, it may have audio out on the back of the TV. This will be two jacks that are RED and WHITE, and it should be labeled "TV OUT" or "OUT". Use an RCA audio cable and connect these two jacks to the TV jacks of the same colors on your surround sound unit.
If your TV does NOT have audio out jacks, you can still accomplish this by use of a VCR. Just run your main TV input [coaxial cable from antenna or cable/dish] into the VCR, and then out to your TV as normal. Leave your TV on channel 3 [or 4, or whichever channel the VCR uses]. If you're using a regular antenna, you can switch channels on the VCR. If you're using cable, you should be able to just change channels on the cable box.
This will give you surround sound from an older TV without audio outs. But most larger and newer TVs have an audio out jack on the back.
Hope this helps!
If your tv has line out jacks, run cables to the "play" jacks in the back of the 300. If your running satelite, run the sound cables to the player instead of the tv. If your running a vcr player seperate, you can run those sound cable to the back ot the 300. The video cable would go straight to the tv.