Recorder will not work. need to know how to wire w/ hd tv receiv
I changed tv and can't remember how to run the rca wires in and out of my protron recorder. I either get the tv to play wire direct w/o other components, or the player to work right into the tv. now I have changed the progressive/interface from interface to progressive in system setup and I am afraid I have messed it all up. I can't get the setup screen to come back on the tv because of changing to progressive I guess!
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This is how the connection is suppose to be, DVR "OUT", to TV "IN" using the RCA plugs, then press AV on the TV. If this is how you connected it, then maybe there is something wrong with the video wire (Yellow).
As for the DVD, you need to connect an Audio wire separately because the component Red + Green + Blue wire only stands for video. Audio is Red and White, this must be connected for you to get sound from the DVD.
To connect the Audio for your DVD player, connect Red and White wire to Audio "OUT" of your DVD player, to "AUX" in of your AVR 146 receiver, then select AUX on your receiver and sound will come out from your DVD through the receiver.
I hope this is not complicated for you. This connection is simple, all you need is to understand the basics which is OUT and IN. If you want to watch DVD on your TV, this means the DVD will be good OUT to IN of the DVD. The same goes for audio.
If you don't understand, please let me know so that I can direct you further.
You may have a bad port on the back of the receiver, a cut or disconnected wire somewhere on that side of the system or a bad diplexer if the system is not straight wired to TV2. The easiest way to verify whether the port on the receiver is bad is to connect that line directly to TV 1 off the back of the receiver. Remember to place TV one on the CHANNEL TO CHECK IF IT IS GOOD. If you have picture then you have a bad diplexer.
You might need a splitter (about 3 bucks at walmart) attach the Antenna to the side of the splitter with only one connection. Connect an RF cable to each of the remaining 2 connections. Run one wire to the DVR and the other to the TV. You can then watch one channel, and record on the other at the same time. You might not be able to record in HD if the recorder is not an HD recorder. Regular DVD recorders only record up to 500 lines, HD is rated at 720 or 1080 lines
I hope you have at least 2 sets of RCA jacks for (1) the Dish receiver and (2) the DVD player. Run 2 sets of R/W/Y cables to the TV. Done. Or use S-video for a better picture instead of yellow.
If you only have one composite input on TV (possible) then either buy a 2-way or more switch for the composite signal (R=right sound W=left Y=composite or S-video instead of composite) or you can instead pass the signal through the DVD recorder on the RCAs but the DVD will be on whenever anything is on. I assume you do not have a Dish 111 with only RF output but the same could be done for just the wimpy RF, just different switch. So there will be 3 RCA cables from Dish to a recorder and 3 then to the TV. Since you do not have a recorder, then go back to the switch or find another TV input.
Ten years, hum, you may not have had composite/S-video inputs and would have to use RF only--you did not say what TV was.
are all your connections correct, (is tv on ch 3) dvd output to tv (coaxial or digital in) using tv remote make sure the source is air (or cable/sat ).. put dvd into player press play let load a picture should show (unless you are connecting with RCA wires then the tv would be on ch "video" this would be below ch 2
Hook up Composite / Component Monitor Out wire from receiver to TV video input because receiver will not change analog input into HDMI You need to connect receiver and TV through analog video terminals as above. Actually you are expecting that receiver will convert DVD player and Xbox analog video input into digital HDMI signal for TV and This is incorrect.
Okay I am not positive I have this right as far as the configuration of the system but I will give it a shot. If you run the 722 to the tv using rca's you get the hum. I assume this as there are no inputs on a dish 722 receiver. I can suggest one possible solution which is to buy an rf modulator. It will convert the signal from rca to coax so you can connect as you wish. There are several types out there so ensure you get the one that converts from rca to coax. I would suggest the following configuration: Remove all connections from tv and hook 722 up via rca's to rca input 1 on the tv, check for hum. If it is present now you need a new 722 as it is passing to much power thru the connection. If there is no hum connect your cable and tivo to the tv via whatever inputs you have remaining. Lastly connect the DVD player to another input that is free. You will have to system through your inputs to view the three sources but should not have the hum. I hope this solves your issue. Thanks for using Fix Ya and let me know if I can be of further assistance.
first check your receiver if it has inputs for all those gadgets you wanted connected. in your input function selector see if there are options for your dvd, tv, vcr. if it does have all those inputs then just connect all the audio output left/right rca jacks of your gadgets to each input function of your receiver. your VCR though is different, you have to connect the receiver input to vcr output. the vcr record goes to the vcr input connections. your TV, if it has got any audio out then connect to the audio in function of your receiver.