Question about Apex Digital AD-1200 DVD Player
I'm having trouble hooking up my DVD player. I have an RF modulator because my TV does not have the three colored inputs (white, red, yellow). There are 2 cables coming from the cable box (input cable, output cable) with one going directly to the TV. How can I hook up the DVD player, along with the cable box using an RF modulator?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DVD/VCR combo player won't work
I had a similar problem and corrected it with a solution found on another site. Try hitting the I/P button on the remote which controls whether "Interlaced" or "Progressive Scan" is used to display the image on the TV. Mine worked when "Interlaced" was used. but no picture was displayed when "Progressive Scan" was used. The I/P button toggles between the two settings.
Posted on Jul 19, 2007
What it so far done, it looks pretty fine. I'd break apart the problem if is posible to do it, i mean maybe you have some other sets around the house or some friend who have them.
the reason is to know if you can trust in those sets and second maybe with some other try the installation works
Posted on May 02, 2009
need more info, By what you have written about a player and a cable tv. I think you mean a cable box if this is so your tv has RCA jacks red white and yellow and you only have one set on your TV. IF this is so you will need to buy a multie selecter I know I did not spell that right but I hope you can read it if not this is what it is. It is a box that lets you connect more than one device with the same cables into one such as a tv. If you have a DVD recorder and want to hook that up to a cable box. Hook the output RCA jacks of your cable box into the input of your Recorder and the output on the recorder go to the tv. mach color to color. (Hope that helps if not let me know what type of jacks your TV has RF is what they call the cable jack RCA is the red,white and yellow S-video is the funny looking round jack.)
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
your cable box rf pass through may be turned off if you can access the menu of the cable box by turning it off and hittiing th emenu button on the cable box with tv on an scroll down to rf out if you need hael call your local cable company
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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