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Re: how to hook up vcr
The message is indicating the video being played is not compatible with the player! The connection is not the problem! Is the tape pre-recorded or something that has been recorded by yourself? Is the tape from another region to the player like pal or NTSC! What region are you in?
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All you need is an connecting lead that comes out of the camcorder and that terminates in three phono plugs. One yellow (video) one red (right audio) and one white (left audio). As you can see from the stock picture on your post the VCR front has the corresponding coloured sockets. So you plug them into that. Sometimes these sockets are hidden on a cover. If your VCR hasn't got them, you can use a scart socket located on the back. You get a scart plug with the same connections. If it has male plugs you will need to get 3 female in-line connectors to connect your leads.
Once connected using the VCR menu or the channel selector, select the AV socket you have connected the camcorder too. Start it playing and you see the picture. Providing you have a tape in the VCR pressing record will capture the picture from the camcorder.
You should be able to
plug the Atari directly into the TV (If you have proper inputs available on
your TV (you have not told us what make & model your TV is). BUT you can
hook it up through your DVD/VCR if you want to. If you hook your Atari to your
DVD/VCR you will have to power up the DVD/VCR whenever you want to play your
games. The cool thing about running it through your DVD/VCR is that you can
record toy game to prove to your friends what you have achieved.
Hi, VCR video signal wont come out from Component Video Out of combo unit, it is low resolution signal so you need to hook yellow-red-white video cable in tv for VCR output. Make sure to select VCR as source in combo while playback of VHS tape and select DVD as source when playing dvd disc in combo. Hope these info will help you. Let me know if you have additional question. Thanks.
You will need one RCA video cable it will have a yellow, red and white plugs. On the back of your VCR locate where the color inputs are find where it says VIDEO OUT hook it up there. On the back of the DVD Recorder look for the same color input jacks NOW find where it says VIDEO IN hook it up there. You may have to turn on your TV,DVD recorder and VCR to get the right channel. your Recorder may have one or more video inputs if it does turn on all three. Use the channel on your TV you use to watch DVDs make sure you see your DVD screen. Now to record to a DVD. Change the channel on the DVD Recorder. Look for the input channels It may be Video 1 Video 2 etc... depends on the inputs you have. ( A great way to tune your DVD Recorder is to play a prerorded VCR tape. Turn the channel on your DVD Recorder unil you see the prereorded tape playing. )
The DVD must be connected with the RCA jacks-plugs [usually black & red] to the INPUT of the VCR, not to the RF connector. You must press the VCR\TV button to VCR so that the VCR takes control.When you place a DVD movie or AUDIO program it could be copied to the VCR. or played through the VCR.
Take your connector with the 3 colors red,white & yellow and plug into VCR OUT.The
other end (w/ 3 plugs) goes into the INPUT on the back of the TV. Next insert a
VHS Tape & search the TV for input or a channel below #2 for
Cable#1,2,3 or AUV Channel.
In this case; Channel AUX #1
Shows / Plays Video w/ clear sound & picture.
You will have to tune the TV to the VCR output channel, which it sounds like you are already doing if you can watch videos. Then you need to set the VCR tunert to the correct input channel, probably something like line 1 or Aux or something like that. Probably the easiest way to find it will be to turn everything on and then just scroll through the channels on the VCR until you see what you are looking for.