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Re: connecting to tv without s video
If your TV doesn't have direct audio/video input jacks, you can hook up your DVD/DVR/whatever using an RF converter. They are available in most retail stores and are inexpensive. You plug in the video and audio cables from the video device, and the output from the converter goes to the TV antenna input. Then you watch on channel 3 or 4, depending on how you set the converter.
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unfortunately there is no way to hook it up independently w/o connecting to the dish. the only other option you would have is to run an analog splitter but that would only allow you to watch the same program you are watching where the receiver is located.
to connect your laptop to your tv you will require a connector wich would first convert your vga to svideo you can get this converter at any good electronics store this site will give you the type of connection required check your tv for the connections it will accept and choose the right cable
plug one tv using coax (screw in cable). plug the other using composite video cables( yellow, red, white). It will be easy to connect the tv that's the farthest with coax, its cheaper to purchase 50ft of coax vs 50ft of composite video.
if your hooking it up just to ur TV you would need The RCA Video Cable, Video- yellow, Red - right, white is left,Witch is printed on the back of the box, this would go into the output an go in to TV input
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For the best picture you can run RCA video and audio cables to the video and audio inputs on your VCR. Another way would be to connect your TV out to your VCR Ant in and then the TV out from the VCR to your TV. Tune your TV to channel 3 or 4 (set on the VCR) Turn on the VCR and you should see a picture. This should work without any problem. If it doesn't, then it is possible that your VCR has anti-copy firmware installed to inhibit or stop the copy process when triggered by a code from the program being aired. (GO Video has this) Many older VCR's do not. Try copying directly off the air or a commecial and see if your VCR can record that. If it can, then your VCR is equipped with a Macromedia Anti-piracy chipset and firmware. If it can't copy ANYTHING, then there is a problem with your cables or VCR. If you try replacing the cables with different ones, and it still doesn't work, then you VCR is defective and may require servicing.