Question about Coby TF-DVD7107 Portable DVD Player
My t.v. is an older model. I also have a cable box and a vcr hooked up to the t.v. From what I have read so far I think I will need an RF Modulator. Is that correct? And how would I go about hooking up the portable player to the t.v. using the modulator? The cable box has the RCA input jacks, could I just use them to hook up the player to the t.v. somehow?
You can use the VCRs video in and audio in to view the DVD player. The VCR will act as the RF modulator. You may have to select the TV/VCR button to select the input. (Sometimes line in or Below channel 2 is the L1 L2 input) The VCR has a built in RF modulator.
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
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