I have acquired a used Phillips television set (used in hotel/hotel replacing all TV sets). The television set onty has a cable connection but no holes/plugs for av jacks to plug up my cable/vcr/dvd player.
What options do I have.
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Re: phillips television with av connections
That TV has no AV connection jacks. look for a converter AV to RF. the vedio and audio from your DVD player will be connected on the vedio/ audio IN and let your RF out go to a TV on RF IN, this will solve your problem. thanks
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are you using an HDMI cable? is it a cheap thin cable or heavy duty?
HDMI cables carry sound but it's possible you don't have it seated completely or it's a cheap cable. or your audio settings on your TV are not set to HDMI if that's the cable you're using. try running your audio setup on the TV Menu.
If your TV has an OUTPUT MONITOR Output Jacks, Yellow, (Video) Red (Audio) & White (Audio) FEMALE RCA Jacks.Then these will output WHATEVER is showing on the TV screen. And can be used as an Output for any Recording Viewing device.
There will be other, FEMALE RCA Jacks,AV, Yellow, (Video) Red (Audio) & White (Audio) and possibly also The Composite Video, Red, Green, Blue, all Video, These are INPUTS, they will be there also. Make sure.
If you have connect the DVD player via a Scart lead all you have to do when your TV is on is then turn the DVD player power on and this should auto change your channel for you..... The scart lead send a voltage upto the tv so this changes the channel for you.
If this for any reason does not work. Then you will have to use your remote for the TV to flick through the AV/source button until you get to the DVD
Mostlt likey 3 or 4.
Please explain how you have it connected so that I can be sure.
What input (connections on back of television) do you have it connected to on the television?
Or if you could explain the colors of your wires.