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Connecting DVD Player to TV

Hi. Do I need a converter to hook a DVD player (advice welcome on a cheap one) to a 1994 RCA Model #E13323SE, please? Converting old super 8 and 8 mm film to DVD. Just want Mom to be able to see it. Nothing fancy needed. Thanks very much! Liz

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If the TV doesn't have video/audio input jacks (I don't think this model does) and the DVD player has only video/audio outputs and no RF (channel 3 or 4) output, then you will need an RF converter. They're only about $15 or so. They need to be plugged into an electric outlet, so you may want to get a surge protected outlet strip (if you don't already have one) to plug everything into. Then just hook up the DVD's A/V outputs to the converter and tell Mom to put the TV on channel 3 and make some popcorn.

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If you are going to hook up the DVD player to your TV through RCA cords, see the picture below.


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Hook up the yellow RCA cord at the Video-in at the back of the TV and the other end at the Video out of the DVD player to get the video.

Hook up the red RCA cord at the Audio-in(right channel) at the back of the TV and the other end at the Audio-out of the DVD player.
Hook up the white/black RCA cord at the Audio-in(left channel) at the back of the TV and the other end at the Audio-out of the DVD player.

Red and white/black RCA cord is for the sound.

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Hi, Can you hook up a dvd player to this model


This model does not have an AV input, just an antenna connector on the back. So you can't hook a DVD player directly to the set. You can, however, use an RF converter. The converter takes the audio and video outputs of the DVD player and converts them to an output on TV channel 3 or 4 which the set can tune in. It's not as sharp a picture or sound as hooking up directly, but it's the only option on your TV. You can find RF converters at large retailers (Best Buy, Radio Shack, Wal-Mart, etc.) and many online stores. They run around $20.

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I cant find the av jacks to hook up my dvd player


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RF converters aren't hard to find. Radio Shack, Sears and Wal-Mart all say they sell them, and you can certainly find them online. Hooking one up is just a matter of connecting the necessary cable to the player and TV, connecting the converter power and setting the output channel. Then put the TV on that channel and you're set. Unfortunately, this will give you lower picture and sound quality than you get from a TV that allows direct A/V inputs, but it's the only option.

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