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WATCH DVD AND HEAR WHILE CONVERTER BOX

Hi I have already done that but cannot seem to get the audio and video on at the same time

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If you the video works and no picture you may have the audio and video on different inputs. Meaning Input 1 could be the video and Input 2 could be the audio.

Please provide furtehr detail on connection type from DVD sing red yellow and white cables to TV input X on the back of teh TV. I can not find teh original post. I can help you through this with a little more info.

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You cannot hear the audio from the DVD player because your headphones are connected directly into the cable box. I'm assuming that your DVD does not route through your cable box, thus the audio has no way of getting to your RS 110's. Also, changing the channel on the TV has no effect on the cable box, thus it won't alter than audio.
What you need to do:
  1. Look on the cable box to see if there is an option for AUDIO in (should be a pair of red and white RCA plugs)
  2. You want to run an RCA cable from the AUDIO OUT of the DVD player to the AUDIO IN of the cable box
  3. Then select the Auxillary input from the cable box and you should be able to hear the DVD
Alternatively you can run both DVD audio and video through the cable box
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  2. Connect the audio/video cables from the DVD player to the cable box
  3. To watch a DVD, switch to the DVD input on the cable box
Alternatively you can run the cable box through the DVD player
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  2. You want to connect the outputs of the Cable box into the back of the DVD player
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* HDMI

TVs can have several inputs:
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* component video (RED/BLUE/GREEN to video components, plus RED/WHITE for stereo audio)
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Just use the correct tables to "match" the output to the input.

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Your TV probably doesn't have a Video OUT, so you will need to buy a box. A digital cable box for your cable service would be the best investment. Alternatively, if you can find a digital-to-analog converter box (but these are iffy). Once you have one of these box types, you will need to hook a red, white, and yellow AV/RCA cable from the video/audio OUT of the box to an available video/audio in on your television.

Once your connections are correct, the general rule with tuner-less recorders is: If you can see the channel that you want to record on the television screen, then you will be able to record it.

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