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It connects to a USB port. You have 2 on the right side of your laptop. The device has two RCA ports which should provide the connections you seek.
A device like this one or similiar should give you the best "Quality" audio transfer.
But if cost is more of an issue, you can find "Patch cables" at you local electronics store to go from RCA jacks to stereo headphone jack this will allow you to port the information in through your Microphone jack.
The digital tuner has nothing to do with the new signal you will be receiving in February of next year. The new video signal is a digital signal. The old video signal is analog. Your television receives the analog signal and converts it to what you see on television. You need a converter box to convert the new digital signal back to an analog signal your television can convert.
1) Buy RCA remote part # 240895 original about $25.00
2) Enter channel 00 for video sometimes works
3) Channel down 4-3-2-Vid 1, Vid 2, etc. sometimes works
4) Try Auto-Program Channels selection ( can be accessed on
front of set buttons or remote
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this is an old case and Im sure you have a new TV by now. The problem is the tuner. The grounds are cold and need to be re-heated. The tuner is the little box your cable plugs into. Open the back and you will see where it is soldered to the main board. Heat them back up with a little solder should be three points. while you are in there look around and see if you find more. if that doesnt work then you may have to take the case of the tuner off and look inside for more cold solder joints
Try using your RCA imput to see how the picture looks compared to the tuner picture,is possible your tuner imput is bad,make sure the conector is not loose,the overall picture should look different but not fuzzy all over,using a dvd picture thru the aux (rca)imput should show you the difference.If the conector is loose only it could be repaired but if it is solid the tuner might be bad and it will need to be replaced along with any board it might be mounted to.Let us know how it goes or if you need more information.
This usually a problem on/near the horizontal section of the TV board caused by solder that losses its contact thats why you need to bump it sometimes for the picture to come out. To remedy this just try to resolder any parts that you suspect seems to loose especially in the part where the components tends to get hot when operating, this usually are the horizontal section or the power supply section which is very common.
what do you mean??? it doesent reconize channel three?? does it skip over the channel three or can you take a remote and manually put it on channel three and theres all snow when you put the set on channel three There is no magic wand to fix a set unless I get a few more magic words(HE HE) please indicate what you mean dosent reconize channel three??? and if im not mistaken there is a video input on ythis set and I used a set for my satallite for overr 5 years so far and the set was given to me as it has a bad tuner so I simply ran my sat. through a video input and have a great set get bacj to me please