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JVC DR-MV77SU DVD/VHS recorder will not display it's setup menu

I have 2 sat. boxes and a RCA RT2280 1500 watt dolby surround sound all hooked up and the final out to the tv comes from the out to tv on the surround sound box.
I have the 2 sat's with the out to TV going into a 2 in and 1 out coaxial switch becausse the are coaxial the out on it hooks into the in for Sat. on the JVC player recorder under sat. inbut I need to set the tv to channel 3. The sat's work show up on the tv and are ok with video and sound. But I can't get into the setup menu to setup ths jvc DVD recorder. Do I need to be on a aux channel on the JVC box to see the menu ? and if so how do I get into it. I tried the TV aux but no good just snow, Any one know how I can get the JVC setup screen to show on my tv to be able toset it up with this configuration.
Woody In Alabama

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    wyattearp61 Dec 24, 2007

    The RCA plugs go to the output on Sat. box and connect to input on the JVC recorder, I also have a optical line run between the sat. and JVC recorder.

  • wyattearp61
    wyattearp61 Dec 24, 2007

    out put goes into surround sound amp....then out to TV.

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    wyattearp61 Dec 25, 2007

    Figured it out I used a RF Modulator and hooked it up to sat. boxes (using a coaxal 2 in - 1 out switch) connect to input (coaxal) at modulator and the out at the modulator coaxal to the in TV. Hooked the RCA plugs Red, White, Yellow up to DVD/VCR(out to tv) and at modulator connect RCA jacks to in put from DVD/VCR. worked like a charm.

    I googled how to connect a new DVD/VCR with no coaxial connections by coaxial to a tv.......and found the answer: By using a RF Modulator box.

    Put in in your onboard computer (brain) and save it.

    Woody Steppe



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To what is the JVC player connected to?

Posted on Dec 24, 2007

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Dec 24, 2007

    Ok, so the Sat box outputs video to the JVC via RCA and audio via an optical cable. How is the JVC connected to the TV?

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Dec 25, 2007

    I am glad it worked out for you =)



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