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JVC av-21qmg3 I don;t see a place to plug in a cable for cable TV. Or even an antennae for that matter! Where is it? All is see is from and rear RCA Phone jacks!

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You need to go to a video store that would sell cables that go from American to European ends, as this tv supports the german cable format of male and female ends.

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Your tv might not support that option there might be an antenna for basic channels on top of your tv but what you can do is get video + sound cables(red,yellow,white) and connect them through this way.

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What is the cable not supplied with the rt151 that i need to install ,the cable plugs in the front of amp then the out audio of the tv of th


Typically, the cable would be a mini phone jack cable. The connectors would be called either 3.5 millimeter or 1/8" phone plugs. Some cables have the 1/8" jack on one end and the other end might have 2 RCA connectors. The RCA connectors are also called phono plugs. According to the specs I have found, the system has both phono jack and a mini phone jack. The cheapest solution is a 1/8" stereo male to 1/8" stereo male mini phone cable. Here is a link to a place that several types to choose from, as well as pictures:
http://www.cablesforless.com/Sub-Mini-35mm-Stereo-Phono-Cables-C13.aspx?gclid=CMX96M_aq7MCFaOaPAodC1QAyQ

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Where does my coax cable plug into this tv? I can't find the cable jack.


In between your composite inputs and audio inputs on the back, there should be a coax plug that says antenna/cable. Plug it in there and you should be good.

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Dont have my manual. i can't get am reception and it was good before. am reception is fine. also have a new lg led tv and the only audio coming out of the tv is an optic one, my onkyo tx-8511 does not have...


Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Onkyo-TX-8511-Receivers-manual/id/365ci176/t/2/

As far as the TV audio goes... unless it is the primary source of the audio (tuned through its own antenna and available no where else) why don't you just run the actual primary source's (cable/sat, whatever) best digital audio straight to the Onkyo and skip the middleman that adds nothing to it but expensive unnecessary cable hops.

I'd also run each video sources absolute best video straight to the TV for the same reason.

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CAN I connect 2 tvs.to one converter box and how.


If you're using a box that has an RF (antenna) output on channel 3 or 4 to the TV, you can insert a splitter and feed two sets. A splitter looks like this:

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It takes the signal in on the single connector side, and splits it between the two output jacks on the other side. You can find splitters at TV retailers, Radio Shack, and even at Home Depot or similar stores in the electrical section. Run a cable from each of the output jacks to the antenna connectors on the two TV sets. Each TV will need to be tuned to the converter box output channel, and both sets will get the same program (whatever channel you have selected on the converter).

If the converter box has audio and video output jacks and the nearest set has an AV input, you can connect that set with the same kind of cable you use to hook up a DVD player (RCA plugs on the ends) and select the AV input to see the converter box signal. You would run a cable from the RF output connector of the converter to the second set's antenna jack. Then you wouldn't need the splitter, and the set using the AV inputs would get better quality picture and sound. Again, each set will get the same program as determined by the converter.

Hope this is what you need to get going. Thanks for using Fixya!

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The coaxial cable antenna broke on my RCA tv


The part is called a Female Belling-Lee Socket. Radio Shack, or anywhere that sells antennas, CB radios, repairs TV sets, should have one. Soldering it in, is another matter. Be careful.

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Have inherited RCA television with AV input on back, but remote and using buttons on TV allow only channels 4 and 7 to be be seen. How do you make televsion recognize AV input from back? RCA model F20600...


Bring up your video menu, make sure the cable/antenna mode is set correctly. Also do channel search/ auto program. If your AV is operating a DVD player etc., there should be a button to switch from TV to AV. If you are trying to input Cable/Antenna to AV jack you may have it plugged into wrong jack, it should go into 'antenna/cable in' jack. Hope this helps.

Nov 08, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Cannot get DVD's to play on our TV.


It depends on what kind of inputs your TV has; here are a few of the most common, all of which your DVD player supports (best quality first):

1) COMPONENT VIDEO (Red, Green, Blue)
If your TV has three inputs for video colored red, green, and blue, this is your best bet for quality video from your DVD player. You may need to buy a component video cable from the store (somewhat pricey, but great quality) which consists of three cables (again, red, green, and blue) stuck together. Just plug the red/green/blue cables into their correspondingly-colored ports on both the DVD player and the TV.
That covers your video. To set up audio, you just need some regular red/white RCA cables. On the DVD player, plug the red/white cables into the correspondingly-colored audio out jacks NEAREST to the red/green/blue cable you used earlier for video, then plug the other end into the audio in red/white jacks on the TV.

2) COMPOSITE VIDEO (Yellow)
If your TV has a yellow input for video, just use a regular yellow RCA cable. Plug it into the yellow video-out jack on the DVD player, then plug the other end into the yellow video-in jack on the TV.
To set up audio, you just need some regular red/white RCA cables. On the DVD player, plug the red/white cables into the correspondingly-colored audio out jacks NEAREST to the yellow cable you used earlier for video, then plug the other end into the audio in red/white jacks on the TV.

3) COAXIAL JACK (Antenna port)
If your TV only has a coaxial jack that you currently plug your antenna or cable line into, you'll need to buy an RF modulater and a short length of coaxial cable (you can find these anwhere: Walmart, Radio Shack, etc).
Plug the RF modulater into an electrical outlet, then plug your antenna/cable line into the "antenna in" jack on the RF modulater. Take the coaxial cable that you just bought and plug it into the "antenna out" jack on the RF modulater, then plug the other end into the antenna/cable jack on the TV. The RF modulater should have a switch on it somewhere that sets either the number 3 or 4; depending on which number you pick, that's the channel that your TV has to be switched to to view the DVD player.
Now you're all set to connect to your DVD player. Just follow the instructions in section (2), only now you're going to plug your cables in the RF modulater instead of the TV.
(I hope this wasn't too confusing; it really is a lot simpler in practice than it is in explanation...)

May 04, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Sylvania vcr/dvd installation


!st) The antenna INPUT::RF (black wire usually from "cable TV", "Dish TV", even ANTENNA air wave reception,etc.) into INPUT of VCR\DVD, OUTPUT of VCR\DVD to TV RF input.
2nd) If you have INPUT\OUTPUT to what are called " RCA " jacks on your TV, on the front or on the back, then any & all output jacks from VCR\DVD goes to INPUT\OUTPUT of the TV.
In other words:: output of audio on VHS\DVD to input of audio on TV( RCA jacks). Output of video on VHS\DVD to input of video (RCA jacks)
Hope this helps

Aug 14, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Trying to hook up your DV220SL8 DVD/CD Video Cassette Recorder. I have an antenna coming in coax but there are no places to plug any of the jacks on the tv.


There are two ways of solving this problem
1.It seems to me that you need an RF Modulator Box. What this does is convert the RCA cables (Yellow,White,Red cables) into coax. You buy the box then plug you antenna and RCA cables into the box. The box has a coax output that goes to your TV. You can then switch from VCR\DVD to antenna.

2. I dont know if your VCR/DVD has it but try hooking up your antenna to the VCR coax INPUT and then hook up your TV to the coax OUTPUT. Both Coax INPUT and Coax OUTPUT should be on the back of the VCR/DVD device. Your going to need an extra Coax wire for this.

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Can't hook up DVD player


I have a cable box and a Samsung DVD-V5500 player. How do I hook up the 3-part cable to the back of the player?

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