I have a DVX 3438N digital tv set which automatically tunes itself. It will not tune in a VCR station so I can't tune in the VCR (an old AKAI Intelligent HQ VS-G2 - the one with the tuning screw at the back.. I've tried to tune in a vacant channel (e.g. Ch 69) but the TV keeps resetting itself.
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You now need to find a channel on your TV that ins't used for anything else (eg an old vhs player or non-digital tv) then whilst on that channel you need to go into your TV's menu, there is often a button both on the remote and TV itself for this. This is where you turn on your N64 if you haven't already. You then will need to go onto automatic tuning (or if you prefer, manual tuning, in the programme section (if you dont have a programme section, just srcoll through each section till you find automatic tuning) your TV should then start to search for channels, after a little while of searching it should find the N64's frequency it may be a terrible picture that is mostly fuzz you can either carry on the tuning to see if it'll find it better or just head straight to fine tuning (if you decied to keep going you can still fine tune for the best picture quality possible and also if the TV doesn't find it just follow the previous steps till it locates the N64 again) once fine tuned you will need to store this new channel and then you can go ahead and enjoy countless hours of fun on the worlds best gaming console. (If the automatic tuning doesn't find the N64 at all try manual tuning). If you have any other issue with the console itself just drop me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope I was a help.
This DVD+VCR is equipped with a frequency synthe-
sized tuner capable of receiving up to 181 channels.
These include VHF channels 2-13, UHF channels
14-69 and CATV channels 1-125.
Auto Channel Programming
1. Choose the SOURCE SELECT option, then use
b / B to select TUNER.
Use b / B to switch among TUNER, LINE1, and LINE2.
2. Choose the AUTO CHANNEL SET option, then
use b / B to find channels.
• The tuner will automatically cycle through all available
channels (TV/CATV) in the area and place them in
the tuner's memory.
•After the AUTO CHANNEL SET is complete, the
TUNING menu will hide and return to the TV screen
3. Make sure the TUNING BAND is set appropriately
(TV or CATV).
• TV : If you are using a standard antenna to receive
•CATV : If you are using basic cable to receive
That means the dvd (I assume you meant dvd not vcr) needs tuning to the stations. Press menu, then select the tool box icon(or setup) and select the tuning option. Select auto tune and press go(centre button). Give it a few minutes to tune in and away you go.
Depending on where you live you might have to go buy an HD antenna and scan for channels and hope you can get a PBS station or something to get you off of zero and then go into the menu and manually program a channel you can use to tune your VCR maybe that might do the trick
I have a panasonic analogue television, and I cannot tune in a Goodman VHS VCR to the television. I have no remote controller for the television, and use the buttons on the front of the set to change stations 1-5. I have however found AV on the television screen and the indication is that the VCR is trying to come through when switched on. I have got a remote controller with the VCR. Can you help me please ??
First of all, do you still have the vcr connected to your tv, and if so see what output setting the vcr is set to. This is most likely your problem. Try the tv by itself and see if it works, if so this is your problem.