Question about Philips DVP3340V
Well fbyrd95 goodluck. I have checked out the pages they offer for help. You will need to purchase a cable/satellite box to get the channels routed through the vcr. I received one of these for christmas. It is the sorriest excuse for a vcr/dvd combo I have ever seen. If this is bought as a dvd/vcr combo then I would assume that vcr means that it will record. I do not have the receipt or it would be returned. I will never purchase a philips product.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
I have a converter box and you can run the three colored AV jacks from it to line 1 on back of vcr. the other av jacks from back of tv to line 2. I am able to record and play back on video 2. You must remove jacks on line one to play back. That is a nuisence but it works. Maybe a cable receiver would work the same way if it supports the three AV wires. Lois
Posted on Oct 24, 2011
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