Question about Funai Televison & Video
This has no HDMI socket so you have a choice of either SCART or SVHS depending on what your TV has. If the TV users HDMI you might want to consider a SCART to HDMI adapter lead.
Plug the SCART to TV in the bottom SCART not the top one!
If you just want a SCART to SCART make certain you get the highest quality ones you can find.
There is an OPTICAL output for the high quality sound. You can connect this via an OPTICAL lead to either a Surround Sound unit if you have one or direct to the TV. Again if it has an OPITICAL lead.
If using make certain the output it is switched on at both ends. You will see a red light if the TV is outputting it, with it unconnected to the VCR.
Posted on Dec 20, 2016
Testimonial: "Hi, Thank you replying to my post, I do not have hdmi on the back of the combo just two scart sockets and audio red and white socket an s-video out aerial and rf out sockets and an optical socket, I want to record all of my camcorder home movies onto DVDs but also to watch them through the tv."
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