Question about Goldstar GVR-E435 VHS VCR
I have a sony KV-20m42 tv and a gold starGVR-e435 vcr. I use an indoor antenna which is a vhf uhf hd fm antenna. I cannot figure out to make the right connection from the vcr to the tv. I have tried everything. I can get the power to come on the vcr but it won't play a tape. I can't even get the menu to come up. When it did come up and I programmed it to record at a certain time, the power came on and the lights came on to say it was recording and about 15 seconds later it stopped recording. I can't even get the tv to pick up hft tv channels. Is there some magic trick that I am missing. I have searched and searched the internet for the correcto way to connect the antenna to the tv and vcr and the correct way to program it all but all I can get is the vhf channels on the tv. Thank you
There are probably a couple of different ways to hook things up. One is you hook the VCR "in between" the indoor antenna & the set. Hook antenna to VCR RF/Ant In, then VCR RF/Ant out to the Antenna input on TV. Your VCR will then be able to record one channel, while you watch another on TV. To play back the VCR, or do any VCR setup, TV channel must be set to either channel 3 or 4. The other way is to use the Video & audio input/outputs on the VCR & TV. You will need the appropriate cable(s). Match the VCR video/audio outs with the set of inputs on TV. Video and audio out on the TV go back to the video/audio inputs on VCR. In order to view VCR playback, menu setup, you will need to select that input (line, aux, video 1 etc.) on the TV. This hookup probably won't allow the recording of a second channel while watching one. As regards the hft channels, I assume you live in an area where such is being broadcast. The TV can probably be put into a programming mode where it will scan for all available channels, and put them into memory, or they can be programmed manually.
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Channel Master by PCT indoor antennas are designed to provide optimum reception of
UHF / VHF and FM signals. These antennas have 75 ohm outputs, which allow simple,
hassle-free connections to today's newer TV sets that have 75 ohm F type connector
Simply attach one end of the supplied 6' cable with F connectors to the output of the
antenna (Fig.1). Attach the other end of the cable to the input of the TV set or VCR
(Fig. 2). Some adjustment of the antenna might be necessary for optimum viewing.
Model CM-4030 includes a built-in amplifier and separate power supply.
1. Follow the same steps as above for antenna to TV / VCR hookup. Note : Model
CM-4030 also allows for two set / VCR hookups with its unique dual output feature.
2. Insert the power injector into the back of the antenna (Fig. 3). Plug in the power
transformer to the closest electrical outlet (Fig. 4).
Google 4030 Channel Master Instruction Sheet for the PDF File with the diagram.
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