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Posted on Apr 24, 2019
The VIDEO inputs are the TV inputs.
Posted on Apr 24, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I started back in the day of tubes. A family would have one set and it would be a 19" black and white. There are different resolutions now. The components probably do work, but, they don't pass the 480i signal. The satelite converter's analog signal needs to be set to 480p and the DVD needs to be set to progressive if it does have that setting. If the DVD is not a progressive scan DVD, then, the only inputs that it will show on is the analog signal. Some of the dish converters have a switch on the face for changing the resolution. If yours doesn't then put it in an analog source and go to the menu and change it there. Then move it to the component input. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 24, 2007
Why not plug the cassette directly into the CD recorder? Are they trying to achieve some eqalization change? If not, then this should work. It's all analog at tape level.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
HDMI, Component Cables are recommended for hifg definition viewing. coax has many strands of copper wire with a sheathing around it of aluminum foil. at a distance of a few feet it can easily be a bad crimped connection. but the wires with a bad ground will always cause issues.
you see, coax cables are good for standard broadcasting and normal tv sets,for a quality connectyion they havre specialhmdi cables thjat use bandwiths to send colorts along eatchother like rg and b they will easily transmit clear and stable images. coax uses F-type connectors and are prone to many problems.
but in the spirit of A DIY option. getting a cable line amplifier might just clear up the blurriness by injecting a signal boost in the line. good luck.
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Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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