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Re: Orion VR0210 -- Connect S Video from laptop to VCR
If you have it hooked up properly then you should simply select the "source" using the TV remote - probably says S Video 1 or X depending upon the number of S vid ports the TV has. When you are sure that you have selected the correct source then on the PC you must select "Fn" or "Function" key then F9 (or FX depending on which key has the logo that looks like a monitor) then you should be good to go. I seen a similar problem on a Dell and the problem in that instance was a fault with the PC and the port wasn't senseing the S Vid cable.
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The VCR portion is connected to yhe TV via yellow-end cable(video) from "video out" to TVs "video in" and red and white-end cables(audio) from "audio out" to TVs "audio in". The DVD plays via HDMI cable from "HDMI out" to TVs HDMI in. S-video cable can be used if no HDMI terminal is available on TV. External tuner in (cable TV, Satellite) is connected to the video and audio in terminals or better yet if S-video out is available on the tuner box.
Hi, you have not stated whether you want to hear the sound on TV or Stereo Receiver.. Here are 2 possible solution for both alternative.. 1. thru TV Your VCR has either 2x Audio (red and whitw ) and 1x Video output (yellow) RCA jacks or a SCART jack on the back side.. you need to connect all 3xRCA jacks to your TV's respective input.(or SCART ) than you will manage to see both video and hear the sound by selecting the VIDEO input on the TV . 2.thru RECEIVER .** you need to connect "Audio Output " RCA jacks of your VCR ** to "AUX input "
or "DVD " OR "Any input" of your receiver ( except Phone ) ** than just switch to
respective mode on RECEIVER corresponding your RCA connection... There you go..VCR sound on the Receiver.. *** pls remember you can connect VCR to either TV or Receiver to listen audio ,not both..the yellow RCA video output connection always goes to TV..
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The HSU110 doesn't have stereo audio jacks. It has a one audio and video input jack and a similar audio and video output jack. The input jacks are at the top and the outputs are below. The video (using the AV RCA yellow) jacks are on the right of the set of RCA jacks. If you connect this to a TV with stereo audio, pick either the left or right channel on the tv to connect whichever wire you connect to the audio out of the VCR.
For a standard VCR which is what most people have, all you need to do is connect a yellow RCA cable for video from the yellow output jack on the cable box rear panel to the VCR's yellow video input jack on its rear panel. Next connect a white RCA audio cable from the cable box white RCA output jack to the VCRs white RCA audio input jack. You can record a cable show by selecting the LINE input on the VCR and selecting the TV show on the cable box.
Now for playback, connect the VCR to your TV. Connect a yellow video cable from the VCR's yellow output jack to the TV's yellow video input jack. Same for the white audio connection. Select on the TV, the source input for the VCR. Its not complicated and you should not need any other devices for a standard setup with a digital cable box and vcr.
you will only be able to get digital surround( dolby digital ) from your dvd player( by the coax or optical digital connections ) , the rest will only be in virtual surround
from the dtv box plug the yellow video jack(RCA) into the vcr video input , then plug the audio jack or jacks into the audio input on the vcr. from the vcr hook the audio out to the audio in on the reciever( tv/vcr/sat... input ) , then also connect RF out from the VCR to RF in on the TV .
for the dvd player hook the "s-video out" to the "s-video in" on the tv , then the audio L and R on same s-video input , then send the audio out connection on tv to L and R input on reciever dvd L and R input , then you will need to connect the optical from the dvd player to the reciever or coax connections for the dolby digital on the reciever to work
connect the RCA jacks, audio ( red and white) and video(yellow) to the input on the vcr then hook another set of RCA jacks from the output of the vcr into the tv audio and video inputs
and thats it!
To connect your camcorder to a TV (or VCR), you'll need audio/video cables. These need to be run from the VIDEO and AUDIO jacks on the camcorder to the VIDEO and AUDIO inputs on the TV (or VCR).
Once cabling is completed, follow either of these scenarios:
When connecting the camcorder directly to the TV, turn on the TV and tune it to the video input channel by pressing the INPUT button on your remote control.
# When connecting the camcorder to a VCR that is already connected to a TV: Turn on the VCR and place it in the Line or Camera mode.
# Operate the TV as you normally do to see the signal coming from the VCR.
Select camcorders have an S-VIDEO jack, which offers higher video quality. Provided your TV or VCR has an S-VIDEO input jack, connect the camcorder to the TV or VCR using an S-VIDEO cable. Since the S-VIDEO cable only transfers video, you will also need to use an audio cable. Select the S-VIDEO input on your TV or VCR to view the signal coming from the camcorder.