Question about Insignia IS-LCDTV32 32 in. Television
Cables - yellow, red and white (2 connections Cables - blue, green and red (2) with an connection that is round. Cables - black and red. VCR/DVD AV1 LINE IN - yellow, white and red. AUDIO OUT (bottom) - Black and Red COMPONENT VIDEO OUT - black, red, and green TV COMPONENT IN - black and red. AV IN - black,red, and blue. *** I have a black circular connection and another strand of yellow - white and red, not connected. What am I doing wrong? Thank-You so much, Dawn
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Unhook the dvd cables from the AV1 ports on the tv. Then hook these DVD outputs to the inputs on the vcr. Then hook the vcr outputs to the tv inputs (AV1). The tv and the vcr must then be set to channel 3 in order to watch the dvd (and possibly also some menu settings such as setting everything to "component video" and/or setting the tv/vcr button to "vcr. Also set all "3 or 4" switches on the back of all equipment to channel 3. Also, don't forget to go into your tv menu and choose AV1 when you want to watch the dvd and/or the vcr.
You can also try connecting your dish to the vcr and then the vcr to the input on the tv where you HAD the dish connected. There are several combinations you can try, but just remember to always put output cables to the INPUTS of the next piece of equipment in line, and set your menu settings appropriately on all equipment whenever you change from one machine to the next.
If all this fails, then here is a 100% positive solution. Buy an "A/B" switch. It has two inputs and only one output. You could leave the dvd connected as is and connect the dish and the vcr to the two inputs on the A/B switch. Then hook the one output of the A/B switch to the tv. When you change the position of the A/B switch back and forth, you will be changing over back and forth from dvd to vcr. You can move the A/B input selection switch manually or you can buy a remote controlled A/B switch and do your switching with the remote that comes with the switch.
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
When you use component audio, it may shut off the side a/v audio settings. Try restoring all defualts (any changes you have made will be lost by doing so) according to p. 32 of the manual:
Menu --> Setup --> Reset --> Yes
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Sorry, this will not be easy....
You need to locate a composite to RGB converter box.
Your Sega outputs a composite signal - Video (yellow) and audio left/right (white/red).
The TV needs RGB (red/green/blue) inputs on the component connection...your composite signal divided by three. There are converter boxes out there for around 70 bucks or so.
Are you certain you do not have a yellow VIDEO IN jack on your set? Every LCD and LED TV I have experience with has at least one.
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
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