Question about Standard (CRT) Televisions
I habve recently been given this excellent 20+ years old TV, but without a remote control. I wish to tune it to the terrestial stations. This has to be done manually, by pushing various buttons on the TV itself. Can anybody tell me the procedure. I can get good reception using Virgin Media and scart sockets, but this does not give me all the functions that I need. I can get so far in tuning manually, but am unable to "capture" the tuning.
Older tuners have upper channel limits ( 37,42,47,64,etc.) No
matter how you try,it will not memorize above it's limit. So,
1) Buy an RF adapter that takes in two inputs,one out to TV.
2) If your set has A / V inputs,use them with an external tuning
source (cable box,VCR,etc.)
Let me know.......T.
Posted on Oct 29, 2007
As tv is old please replace it by new kit or whole pcb. now a days you get new pcb(CHINA MADE) at cheap rate with remote & mo of channals more.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
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