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Proline LVD TV and DVD player problem. Hi, I can't get a picture using the RF option. I'm not sure what input I should select for this but I've tried them all and no joy in seeing the sky picture from the box in the next room. The cable itself and the magic eye I've connected work ok as I can change channel ok but there is no picture on the Proline tv. It just says no signal. Is there a problem with the tv or am I missing something simple? Any help appreciated. Many thanks, Greg.

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Hi Greg, i think your missing something simple.
Pick a channel number you want the Sky on, then in the tv set up
manually tune that channel to 68, or if it's showing lots of numbers for the frequency then just search towards the end and it should pick up. On the Sky box leave a menu showing so it's easier to spot when it gets to picking it up.

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Basic DVD player hookup to TV cable diagram. RCA cable (yellow) video and RCA cables (white and red) audio. This is all you need for picture and sound. If your TV only has a single RF input, then you need a RF modulator. RF modulators accept the yellow, white and red cables and output a coaxial cable to the TV single input jack. Usually the TV is tuned to channel 3 or 4 to pickup the RF modulators output.

Alternative connection options are many and include HDMI for HDTVs, component video and for sound, surround sound digital audio connection using optical or coaxial digital audio cable.

Surround sound requires a decoder such as a A/V receiver with Dolby Digital 5.1 or DTS 5.1 or more. 6 speakers connected to the A/V receiver surrounds the listener.

Bluray players will play DVDs and Bluray discs. Bluray gives you High Definition video and typically connects to a HDTV using a HDMI cable.
dvd_howtoconnect.htm
for more information and pictures on DVD player hookups.

on Aug 17, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Model no. dtq2605fc how do we hook up a dvd player to this?


There are several ways to hook up a DVD player to a TV.

The simplest method, which works with any TV, is to use the DVD player's RF (radio frequency) output on channel 3 or 4, connect the output cable to the TV's antenna jack, and put the TV on the appropriate channel. There are two problems with this method, though. First, I'm not aware of any new players that have RF output these days. The manufacturers don't include it, figuring you'll be using the direct audio and video outputs. So if you're trying to connect a new player, you likely don't have this option. Second, if the player does have RF out, it's usually not stereo sound and the picture quality can suffer.

If the set has AV input jacks available, you would use those and select the AV input from the remote control or front panel. There are some possible problems with this method too. The biggest one is that if you've lost or thrown away the original remote, you might not be able to select the AV input. (Don't laugh, many people don't realize they should keep the original remote even if they never use it.) And on TV sets with only mono sound, you need a Y-adapter cable to combine the right and left audio outputs into one channel, so you lose any stereo effects.

The last way is for TVs without an AV input and DVD players without RF output. You use an RF converter (also called an RF modulator), which takes the audio and video signals from the player and makes a channel 3 or 4 signal you can tune in as I described earlier. RF converters are available at Radio Shack stores, most TV retailers and from many sources online. They're easy to connect, but you'll need an AC outlet nearby since they need power.

One of these methods will work for you, and you'll be watching DVDs soon. Thanks for using Fixya!

Apr 05, 2011 | Daewoo DTQ-13V1FC TV

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I am trying to hook up a Memorex DVD player (MVD 2022), and I am not getting it to work. I need to see how to connect the cords or what cords I need. I can't seem to find how to download a manual.


Connect a yellow RCA cable from the yellow video jack on the DVD player to the yellow video input jack on the TV. This will give you the picture. For sound, connect a white RCA cable from the white audio jack on the DVD player to the white audio input jack on the TV. This will give you sound. Use the TV remote to select the input you connected the DVD player to, just press INPUT SELECT or VIDEO or the like until you see the DVD player's output.

Power on the TV and the DVD player. Place a DVD in the disc tray of the player and press PLAY.

If your TV has only a RF coax input, then you will need to buy an RF Modulator.

Mar 15, 2011 | Televison & Video

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Hi, Can you hook up a dvd player to this model


This model does not have an AV input, just an antenna connector on the back. So you can't hook a DVD player directly to the set. You can, however, use an RF converter. The converter takes the audio and video outputs of the DVD player and converts them to an output on TV channel 3 or 4 which the set can tune in. It's not as sharp a picture or sound as hooking up directly, but it's the only option on your TV. You can find RF converters at large retailers (Best Buy, Radio Shack, Wal-Mart, etc.) and many online stores. They run around $20.

Dec 21, 2010 | RCA F25261 25" TV

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Hook up to view dvd's to tv video cables with yellow white and red plug ins.


Hello, here is a sample for auxilary connection for the chdvd300: . Use the AV (Audio/Video) cable
provided to connect the DVD player to
your TV as shown in the diagram.
. Your TV must be equipped with AV
inputs like those pictured to the right in
order to connect this unit.
. If your TV does not have AV inputs, you
will need a RF Modulator to connect this
player to your TV's antenna/cable input.
RF Modulators are available at major
electronics retailers.
Connect the DVD Player to
your TV
1
CH-DVD 300 Quick Setup Guide
. The goal is to see the DVD player's splash screen on your
TV. To do this, select the Video Input channel on your TV
that corresponds with the input the player is plugged into.
This procedure differs among TVs, but is normally done by
pressing the VIDEO IN or INPUT button on the TV's remote
control to select the Video Input.
. When the DVD player's splash screen appears on your TV,
you're ready to go!
4 Select the VIDEO INPUT on your TV
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Pr/Cr
PROGRESSIVE SCAN
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
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VIDEO
S-VIDEO
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R
COAXIAL
TV
ANTENNA / CABLE IN
CH-DVD 300
VIDEO R - AUDIO - L
. Plug the DVD player's electrical
plug into a wall socket or power
strip.
2 Plug-in the Power Cord
3 Turn on the DVD Player and your TV
. Press the POWER BUTTON on the front panel to turn the
DVD player on. The POWER LED should now change
from RED (STANDBY MODE) to GREEN (ON).
POWER LED

You can find an quick install wiring schematic at retrevo.com, just type your model number in the search window.

Aug 11, 2010 | Cyberhome CH-DVD 300 DVD Player

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I don't know how to hook it up to my tv. Can't find the manual.


Hi,

You can download the complete instruction manual in PDF format by clicking this link.
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Hope this solves your problem. Thanks for using FixYa.

Apr 10, 2010 | Panasonic DVD-S27 DVD Player

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Recorded play back is fuzzy


MOST LIKELY the RF out put signal is the same as a local tv chanel 1) try menue change rf output suggest rf 68! OR connect av leads (red white yellow)from the output of your vcr and connect the other end to an Av input eg AV1 on your TV use tv remote to select the AV input

Apr 21, 2009 | Insignia IS-DVD1001 DVD Recorder/VCR

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Need instruction to hook up dvd player


You will need a TV or monitor with audio/visual inputs. The better ones have what is known as an S/VHS input, which separates the TV picture signal for better color reproduction. You will need to be able to switch your TV, usually by the channel selector, to the proper input for audio visual signals. Sometimes this is known as Video 1, Video 2, A/V etc. These are usually below Channel 2. Maybe your remote has that option. You will need an a/v cable. This is a three-connector cable with RCA plugs on each end. Connect the DVD player to the TV as follows: 1. Yellow cable, from video OUT on the DVD player, to video IN on the TV. Video is ALWAYS yellow. 2. Red and white cables from audio OUT on the DVD player to audio IN on the TV. 3. If you have S/VHS capability, buy an S/VHS patch cable which will have the three plugs mentioned, plus a round 4-pin plug. Select S/VHS OUT on the DVD player, and S/VHS IN on the TV. When using S/VHS, ignore the yellow connector. It is for composite video and not needed. Here's a hint: Your YV audio/visual inputs will usually be on the back of the set. Some better units have a/v inputs in front. What if my TV doesn't have a/v inputs? If your DVD player as an RF output, connect an RF "f" cable from that output to the antenna in cable on your TV. Otherwise buy an RF converter (about $20 or so at Radio Shack). Connect your a/v cable (yellow, red and white) from the DVD player to toe converter, then connect an RF cable (like the kind your cable box is connected with) to the antenna input on your TV. This signal usually comes in on Channel 3. Let me know if your problem is more complicated, It seems like a lot of wires and connections, but it is really straightforward, Remember, yellow is ALWAYS video. The two audio cables can be connected without worrying about color.

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Cabling -- Panasonic LCD TV into LG DVD player (model no. DV6812P)


Take the basic Red, White, Yellow component cable -- plug it into the backside of the DVD player and plug the other side into the back of the t.v. Make sure to plug the right colors into the right sockets. If there are no available AV inputs on the back of the t.v, plug the other end into your cable box (if you have one).

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