Question about Insignia Digital-to-Analog Converter for Analog TVs
The 'quick and dirty' way is to connect the VCR playing the tape via the RF OUTPUT coaxial connector to the RF (sometimes ANTENNA) connector on the recording VCR with it set to channel three or four. BOTH units must be set to the SAME channel. The better way is to use the RCA jacks and all but the very oldest should have a yellow jack (Video) output connected to the other unit's (yellow) video input and for sound, the output white jack connected to the white input jack (left channel) and the red output jack would go to the red input jack on the recording unit. This latter method yields a cleaner signal than the first method.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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