Question about Protron PD-007 DVD Player
I have a cable box, a VCR and this particular protron DVD player.
How do I hook it all up
I have a cable box and a Samsung DVD-V5500 player. How do I hook up the 3-part cable to the back of the player?
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
This could vary quite a bit depending on your TV. Does your TV have A/V inputs? If so, how many sets of them? Are they composite or component inputs or both types? If your TV has these inputs, you will need to use the right cable or cables to hook up the DVD player. For Composite Video, the cable will have 3 lines, with red, white and yellow male RCA jacks. For Component Video, you will need 2 cables, one for the left and right audio inputs, this will be a shielded cable with red and white male RCA jacks and a Component Video cable which will have red, green and blue male RCA jacks. If your TV doesn't have A/V inputs, chances are your VCR does and you CAN hook up to them even though the owner's manual CLAIMS it won't work, it will, I've done it myself. In short, here's how to hook up a basic setup: The cable line in from the cable company hooks up the "Cable In" input on the cable box, Then run a cable from the cable box's coax output to the VCR'S "Antenna/ Cable In" connection. Another coax cable runs from the VCR's "Out to TV" output to the TV's "antenna/cable in" input. Now for the DVD player, look for female RCA type jacks on either your TV or VCR labeled "aux in" or similar, as long as they are INPUTS, not outputs and use the appropriate cable(s) to hook up the DVD player. If hook up through the TV, you will need to use the "source" switch on the remote to switch over to whatever inputs the DVD player is hooked up to for watching DVD's; if you hook up through the VCR, 1: turn the VCR on but don't hit play or record and set the "TV/VCR" switch on it to VCR. 2: Switch the VCR's Input switch from "tuner" to A/V in
Posted on Sep 10, 2012
Try hooking up your VCR, cable box and TV first.
That is very easy to do. Then with those cables in place then try the DVD
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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