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For the iControl AV2 app to work 'Network Standby' should be switched on. Check page 72 of the receiver's manual.

You can download the manual here:
https://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Unassigned-Content/Manuals/VSX-52+OPERATING+INSTRUCTIONS

Aug 30, 2014 | Pioneer VSX-52 AV Receiver

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What channel should the tv be on when hooking up my dvd player?


Hello
Hook the TV to DVD player with AV cable. Select AV from the TVs menu. This is the pciutr of the AV cable. It will have three wires, and you should connect it with your DVD and TV according to its instructions. OK.

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Dec 18, 2011 | Protron PD-007 DVD Player

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I need instructions for hooking my VCR to my TV set,


using a scart cable, connect the tv socket on the vcr to the scart - in socket on the tv.
good luck.

May 10, 2011 | Philips Televison & Video

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I cannot record from a Daewoo DVD recorder ( 8150P) through my Viera TV ( model TX-L32S20B ). The screen says No Signal and instructs me to check inputs. I've tried using all cominations of AV1 and AV2...


If you want to record from the TV to the DVD recorder you have to first select a channel on the TV that you want to record and then take an AV cable ( Yellow / Red / White ) and connect from the Monitor out socket of the TV to the AV in of the Daewoo DVD recorder. Drop a blank DVD select AV on the Recorder and press the record button.

Mar 08, 2011 | Panasonic Viera TH-42PZ80U Plasma TV

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Does the 50" rear projection tv have av


Hi,
Yes, Toshiba 50H81 does have few AV inputs to connect other video sources like dvd player, PS3 game console etc.
Click HERE and download user manual copy for detailed operating instructions.
Thanks.

Dec 11, 2010 | Toshiba 50H81 50" Rear Projection...

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How do we connect he console to the tv, or what output does the tv have to be on?..we lost the instructions


The console connects to the red, white, and yellow av plugs located usually at the back, sometimes on the side, of your tv. Typically this will be linked with channel 4, but could also be another av selection depending on your tv.

Jan 01, 2010 | LeapFrog Clickstart My First Computer

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I cant plug my jvc to my tv .Each time i try,nothing shows up.


I am assuming that you have an AV cable which you need to have connected to your camcorder at the AV output socket, and the other end should have RCA phono plugs (one red, one white and one yellow) which usually connect to three corresponding sockets on the front or side of most modern TV sets, these may be inside a front panel which opens. Once connected, you need to select the appropriate AV input on your TV remote, very often this will be "Front AV" or AV3 or AV4, you need to check your TV instruction manual to be sure of which input is required for your specific model of TV...hope that helps!

Oct 13, 2009 | JVC GZ-MG130U Camcorder

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OTA HDTV ONLY


just do these connect AV output from your dvd player to AV input in your TV.

Jun 09, 2009 | RCA 27F650T 27" TV

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I need to know how to run my ps3 thru the optical wire to my hdtv


Before you start ensure that you read the TV instruction manual to know which resolution supports it. Do not switch on the TV and your console

You can connect your Playstation 3 to your TV in three different methods:

  1. Connecting with an AV cable
  2. Connecting with an HDMI cable
  3. Connecting with an Optical Cable


Connecting with an AV Cable:


  1. You are supplied with a Composite AV cable which would typically look like the below image
  2. Connect the AV Multi Out Connector to the socket on the back of your PS3 Console.
  3. Match the colors of the Jacks with the connectors on the TV which says "Video in".




Connecting with an HDMI Cable:

HDMI cable is not supplied with the PS3. You need to purchase it seperately. This cable would enhance the audio-video quality of your TV.

  1. Just connect one end of the connector to the HDMI OUT connector socket on the back of the console
  2. Connect the other end to the socket on the back of your TV which says HDMI IN.



Connecting with an Optical cable:

You need to purchase an Optical cable if you wish to connect your PS3 console through a digital audio device (Home theater, AV receiver etc.,). You need to connect Video ouput seperately with a help of Video output cable (HDMI, AV Cable etc.,)

  1. Connect one end of the optical cable to "Audio Out" socket on the console
  2. Connect the other end to the audio receiver.


Note: You can also connect your console to the Internet to use the Playstation 3 internet capabilities. Here's how you do it:

The Playstation 3 only supports 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX and 1000BASE-T type networks. It needs a High speed internet connection. Do not connect it to a standard telephone connection or cables that are not supported. It might cause a malfunction or damage to the system.


Dec 11, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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I have purchased a new DVD Player. Please help me connect to a TV with cable.


You need a Scart cable to connect the two. The instruction manual should tell you which port to connect to on the DVD (usually TV). The port on the TV should say AV in or similar . Sometimes you have to tune a TV channel to view the DVD but usually if you select AV on the TV it will play automatically.

Oct 08, 2008 | Televison & Video

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