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You will need to manually tune a new program channel in to the frequency that the DVD outputs at. It will tell you the frequency it is in the DVD manual. It will be Analogue TV rather than Digital TV option on TV so you need to tune in an analogue channel manually. Also make sure you use an antenna cable at 75 ohms impedance rather than a video cable. They look exactly the same but electronically they are quite different and a video cable will not work from RF out DVD player to RF Antenna In on TV.
Those modes you gave are for what TYPE of signal is comming in to the Cable/Antenna connector.
You need to switch from that input device to the other input device, the RCA plugs. These are often displayed as Aux or perhaps Line etc. It would help if you had the remote from the tv and were able to choose Aux or Line, or if it has TV/Video button. But if not, try channel button on the tv itself and go down below Ch 1. If using the cable remote to control TV, it may have a TV/Video button too. Maybe.
I have a new panasonic plasma tv and I've tried to connect the audio from tv to an older technic receiver.The receiver rear panel has inputs for tape player, phono,cd(in-out).I tried each input on receiver from tv .No sound from tv!!??What can I do to make this work?
check that you are getting signal from the dvd player by using another tv, if it works the dvd player is fine(which u have determined anyway) also check the input on tv to ensure that the input ccty (circuitry) is working as well. if the dvd player is working and tv signal is being picked up, check all the plugs and cords. Good luck.
hate to say it, but i've found tv/dvd combos to be very bad investments! the dvd units don't seem to last. if the t-v still works o.k., then get a separate dvd player/recorder, or player. hook it up to the t-v inputs, and, if it is a reliable brand (not super-cheap), it should give good service. i have an older Emerson dvd player, and it's given me good service, so far! good luck!
You do not put your TV on any channel. DVD players need to connect to a TV with video cables and not a RF cable. This means 3 connection options on how your DVD player should connect to your TV. First, since your DVD player is NOT a bluray player, then HDMI connection is not needed. 2nd, the best choice would be component cables. These are the RED/GREEN/BLUE RCA connector that are on the back of your DVD player. They got into the input of your TV that has the RED/GREEN/BLUE RCA connectors. These are your video connector. Now, you need to connect the audio. Look for the RED/WHITE analog audio connectors out of your DVD player. Connector those to your AUDIO RED/WHITE input of the TV. Power on the DVD player and then power on your TV. Press the SOURCE or INPUT button on the remote for the TV until you see the DVD on the TV....The second option is the connect your DVD player up to your TV with composite video, YELLOW/RED/WHITE cable...
I'm assuming you have your video 1 hooked up for your cable. I would use video 2 for you dvd player. Use the rca connections, yellow, red, white. plug it into the video 2 slot on your tv and hook the other end on your dvd player. you will have to change your input on your tv to video 2 to have your dvd player work.
I hooked up a Pioneer DVD player to my TV and when I play a DVD the volume cannot be controlled by the TV. It just plays at one level and on the louder side. When I'm watching regular TV and the DVD player is on and playing a disc I start to hear the DVD soundtrack at the same time as the whatever I'm watching on TV. I should not be able to hear anything until I switch over to Video 1. Any suggestions?
first what model samsung? second if the tv has yellow red white then you need to change the tv to the input you are using. for best picture I would use an s-video cable it will give you superior video images since I don't know what brand dvd player I only say this if you have an output on the dvd player most important is to make sure the tv is on what input you have plugged in. and dont forget to power up both units.