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X-Box I have a Emerson EWD22O2 DVD/VIDEO Cassette Player. I have cable that has a on-demand box.Currently the cable signal comes in through the box to the dvd player then to the tv.Recently acquired a X-BOX game system from a co-worker of my wife's.I have had to take a RF Modulator and hook it up between the cable box and the dvd player, to enjoy the game system. My dvd player has the 3 jacks in the front of it for cameras,games etc.I have hook the game to the jacks but nothing on tv.How can I then hook up the game channeling through the dvd player to bypass the RF Modulator. Any help will be greatly appreciated

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    How can I to use the Emerson EW2203 Player /VCR Combo with coaxial input to it and RCA cable to the TV.

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You can get the RF adaptor from microsoft, but you cant connect the Xbox directly to any recording device, it is some kind of coppyright protection thing microsoft put in every game system.  you cvould also try getting a $20 video switcher from walmart if You dont want to mess around with more cables

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