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No video signal from my ipod classic of 120 go only audio

Video signal available from a 80 go but not from my 120 go. Set up is good. Is there any update so i can play movies from my ipod. Thanks.

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Make sure that on your "video settings" you selected TV Out "on".

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Connect iPod Classic to Sony DVP-FX970 portable DVD Player


You may refer to this tutorial, it's about how to connect iPod to TV, it should also work for DVD player.
http://www.reviewstown.com/how-to-connect-ipod-iphone-ipad-to-tv.html
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it helps. Contact me if you have any other question.

Jun 03, 2013 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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HOW TO CONNECT A DVD ON A STANDARD OR HDTV


TO START OFF WITH WE MUST UNDERSTAND SOME FUNDAMENTAL
BASICS .

1 We will examine together in a progressive way the different typs of cables available with a breaf description ,starting with the worst type of cable to the best

I would like to specify i will show 2 pictures 1 the connecter on a tv 2 the cable that goes with this connecter

No 1 Coaxial cable Coaxial cables have been around for a very long time until the end of the 70 s begine 80 s this was the only available cable .
Whats important to know about coaxiale cable is that audio and video signals pass all together this obligates a lot a filtration to seperate signals creating a lot of noise

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No 2 composite or yellow , composite cable mainly appered in the beginning of the 80 s the main difference of composite compared to coaxial is that audio is seperated. The yellow cable is our video signal, composite (yellow ) must be matched with audio cables one red for right side one white for left side . advantages over coax better sound since audio is seperated from video , also better video because audio signals are absent from video signal so less filtration is necessary
10_31_2011_6_12_22_pm.jpgNo 3 S-video . S-video appeared at the end of the 80 s beginning 90 s . like composite video the audio signal is seperated it also has to be matched with a red and white cables for audio . whats the main difference between composite (yellow) and S-video ? well if we keep this simple lets say that a video signal is composed of many signals . Our composite cable passes all of them in the same time , but are s-video cable seperats colour signals cromonance signals and puts a seperate ground for each ,gives superier video signal and s-video can support higher resolution 480i 10_31_2011_6_34_01_pm.jpg.No 4 component . Component cables apeared mid 90 s. again like composite and s-video audio is seperated component cables must also be matched with red and white for audio .Component cables come in a paire of three one blue one green and one red , the main advantage of component is we are seperating the video signal even more with component we are seperating the three primary colours red blue and green ,also component cables have higher resolution than composite or s-video up to 1080
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No 5 DVI (Digital Video Interface) appeared latte 90 s beginning 2000 . DVI was a majeur amilioration and like composite -s-vide and component, audio was seperated ,audio cables had to be matched . The main advantage of DVI is its multipine connecter that permitted us to seperate even more prescisly our video signal . Like composite DVI supports high resolution 1080

No 6 and the last HDMI (High Definition Media Interface ) the cream of all
there are many advantages with HDMI 1 1080 p resolution 2 no audio cables necessary 3 multi pine connecter 4 communication protocols ( the ability for devices like a tv and a dvd to comminicat together ,making things more user freindly 10_31_2011_7_05_52_pm.jpg

on Oct 31, 2011 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Trying to connect Magnavox MWR 10D6 DVD/Recorder to Sanyo HDTV. TV is connected to Dish network through coax. cable.


Unfortunately, the Magnavox MWR10D6 recorder can not record HD signals. It's only video inputs are coax (RF) and composite video; both are limited to 480i (SD). NTSC (analog signals) are translated to video.

Your best recording option is to connect the composite video output of the Dish receiver to the video input (yellow for video, red and white for audio) of the recorder. Then set the receiver to the channel that you want to record and set the recorder to Line In.

HD recorders may exist. They are much more expensive than the SD versions.

I wish that I had better news for you. The manual for the MWR10D6 is available from Funai here: http://www.funai-corp.com/support/om/MWR10D6.pdf .

Cindy Wells

Apr 18, 2013 | Philips Magnavox MWR10D6 DVD Recorder

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I need to connect my vcr/dvd combo unit to an Emerson HD TV so that I can record shows. Can you help me?


Most TVs only have audio out and several audio/video in connections. Unless you have an unusual tv, there is no option for a coax connection from the TV to a recorder.

Since this DVD recorder only has an analog tuner, you need to connect it to a set top box to record signals unless you are looking only at analog channel sources. If you are getting OTA, then a OTA digital-to-analog tuner is needed for most channels. (Only low power stations are still broadcasting in analog.) The cheaper ones that were available with the government coupon were SD tuners. HD content will need a separate tuner. If you have cable or satellite, check the signal (QAM is digital cable).

Next connect the coax from your analog source to the DVD recorder coax in and another coax cable to the coax out and the TVs coax in (if you want to - the pass through doesn't work with a set-top box for non-analog signals). Set the channel to the appropriate one (3 or 4 for the OTA d-t-a boxes; desired channel to watch for analog OTA or cable). Set the TV to channel 2, 3 or 4. Alternatively, use composite A/V cables from the set top box to the A/V Input of the DVD recorder and set the recording channel to Input 1.

Next connect A/V cables (composite or S-video) to the recorder's matching out to the TV A/V or S-video In. Set the TV to A/V 1 or Video 1 depending on the Emerson TV. You can watch tapes or DVDs. For better video quality on DVD playback, also connect component video cables from the DVD recorder Out to the TV's component in (if it is available). Then set the TV to the appropriate component video input when watching DVDs.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Dec 05, 2010 | RCA DRC8300N DVD Recorder/VCR

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How to hookup


It depends on the TV connectors. The most common is to use either the AV or S-video. In both cases you carry the video signal on one cable (either an RCA plug (yellow) or a S-video). Plug this into the appropriate video in on the TV. Then you can connect the audio. If you use the TVs speakers or a stereo receiver or amplifier, use a 2-plug (or a 3-plug including the RCA video) on each end wire (red and white for the audio) with the white wire carrying the left audio. Connect this cable to the audio outputs labeled Front on the left of the DVD player. If your TV uses PAL signal you will need to set the audio to 2-channel and the Down-Mix to Lo/Ro. Both are accessed from the On-screen menu or the buttons on the remote when a disc is in the player. The Down-mix is in Preferences 2 (Zoom + on the remote) and the Audio Channels is in Speaker Settings (Zoom - on the remote).

If you are using a multichannel (5.1) speaker system, use a couple of extra audio cables and match them to the speakers input ports (center, subwoofer, rear left and right). Set the Speaker settings appropriately. If your receiver can handle digital audio output, you can use that (get a cable) and modify the Preferences 2 section for digital audio.

If your TV doesn't have A/V inputs, you will need a converter. (If you only have RF (coax) in, get a RF modulator.) These are available at many stores.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Aug 14, 2010 | JVC XV-D723 DVD Player

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On our Durabrand DVD/Vcr Combo, I get picture, but no sound..I'm using a S video as conectors!


S video connector is used only for video, you need to connect the audio separately via the RCA audio connectors or via digital coaxial or optical connector.

You can read more on S video standard here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-Video

Also see the related topics on audio, maybe you should consult the user manuals for your dvd unit and the amplifier that you use to get more info, but normally the sound can be connected via these connectors on the rear panel of dvd units:

- main left and right analog signal out RCA connectors (2 channel stereo signal - amplifier set to analog signal)

- main left and right, sub, center, surround left and right analog signal out connectors (multichannel surround signal - amplifier set to analog signal)

- coaxial digital signal out RCA connector (a single cable that takes the stereo or surround signal to the amplifier in a coded digital form - you need to set the amplifier to the digital signal mode to enable this kind of signal)

- optical digital signal out connector (same as the coaxial digital output, the difference is that the signal is in the form of light pulses instead of electrical pulses - the amplifier should be set to the digital signal mode as well)

Hope this helps somehow - if it doesn't, post me some feedback, perhaps a brief description of the units that you want to interconnect...

regards

Triarcuate

Sep 26, 2009 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Jensen VM 9311 iPod Classic


You might need the jenson media module,that might have came with it.Mine did and I bought it 2nd hand.and a special ipod cable that hooks from the media module to your ipod.

Mar 16, 2008 | Audiovox VM9311TS

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Docking problem


It is a problem with the latest version on IPOD... Rolling back previuos version will work, but I don't know if we're loosing features on IPOD enhacements.

I do have the same problem and I am in process to send a Help Request either to MAC IPOD and/or Philps to get together and offer an solution.

Dec 31, 2007 | Philips DCP750

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IPod 160 Classic


From an Amazon Post: 5 of 6 people found the following review helpful: stars-3-0._v47082372_.gif An iPod Classic 160gb CAN BE made to work with one of these units, December 22, 2007 By Technophile "Technophile" (Detroit, MI USA) - See all my reviewsThere is a way to make the iPod Classic 160 gb work with the Philips line of Portable DVDs with iPod docking but its awkward and requires the purchase of Apple's Composite AV Cable ($50). Apple installed in the 6th generation iPods what amounts to an electronic lock. When you set the player up to send out video externally it will ask you to "Please Connect Video Accessory". It's looking for the sixth generation Apple Composite AV Cable plug. Somewhere embedded in the plug's configuration is the key to the lock that the player is looking for. Once you insert this plug the movie you have selected will begin to play and all you have to do then is remove the cable and insert the unit into the dock and you should see your video displayed. As i said before, this is an awkward work around and should you go back to the main menu to select a different movie you will have to perform these steps again. For those of you (like me) who were stuck with one of these units, this work around just might make you feel a little better about your purchase. Good Luck!!!!

Dec 29, 2007 | Philips DCP855/37 Portable DVD Player

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Cannot record thru line 1


If you could but now you cannot then this is a circuit break down- although check your set up , but I feel it is the machine beginning to die

Jun 15, 2006 | Sony RDR-GX315 DVD Recorder

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