Question about Televison & Video
If you are watching AIR (regular tv) It can be on any channel you wish.
If you are using a dvd player then you will want to change the channel to AV or INPUT
If you are using cable/dish box or vcr with coaxil cable, then you will want channel 3 or 4
If you are using cable/dish box or vcr with RCA jacks, then you will want the AV or INPUT channel. Some tv's have AV 1,2,3 also. Depends on what number your device is hooked up to.
If you have all connections correct and never get any type of picture what so ever, then you may have a bad tuner chip/board
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Ok, The issue will be in the sequence you have things connected. The connections sequence is going to be controlled by what connections are available. I assume the Set Top controller is connection to your Antennea connection on the TV. Your TV should be on channel 3 or 4. The next step depends on what type of connectors you are using for the JVC DVD. I have an Antennea output on mine so I connected them in series. If you don't have an Antennea output from teh DVD player you will need to connect the DVD using Audio/Video cables which means you will need to connect to the TV alternate Source connector and to watch DVD's you will need to change to that source. Much like you would switch between regular TV and VCR tape on a VCR player connected to the Antennea connector.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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