Question about Cyberhome DVR 1600 DVD Recorder
I would like to connect vcr to record to dvd. I can't figure out what to connect to where to record. I have a vcr, separate dvr, and a satelite hooked to my tv. I'm not sure what to disconnect and where to reconnect it.
You can get a standard audio/video cable from any Radio Shack or audio equipment store. It will most likely come as a single 3-part cable with a yellow (video), white (audio left), and red (audio right) set of connectors on each end. Most equipment that's not too old will have matching color-coded sockets marked input/output. Simply plug the video/audio cable into the vcr output and the other end into the dvr input. then connect a second cord from the vcr output to the tv input. Then with everything turned you will be seeing the final signal on the tv and you can start the dvr when you are ready to start recording.
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