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I have a Jensen XA4100 and i pluged the AV cables in the A-B side and have it on 4 channel but only the A-B output work...how do i get both the A-B and C-D to work at the same time? the

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try using power directly from main to the remote terminal to see if headunit has a problem or the amp.please disconnect remote from head first.

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If your video player doesn't have RF output, but just video and audio outputs, you need an RF converter. This device takes the AV output from the player and generates a channel 3 or 4 RF signal the TV can tune in. A typical converter looks like this:

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It takes the signal in on the single connector side, and splits it between the two output jacks on the other side. You can find splitters at TV retailers, Radio Shack, and even at Home Depot or similar stores in the electrical section. Run a cable from each of the output jacks to the antenna connectors on the two TV sets. Each TV will need to be tuned to the converter box output channel, and both sets will get the same program (whatever channel you have selected on the converter).

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Here's the link to Jensen's website:

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try using power directly from main to the remote terminal to see if headunit has a problem or the amp.please disconnect remote from head first.

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