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There are many methods to do this.
If your cable are ONLY RED,WHITE,YELLOW
1 Plug the red white and yellow cables to there corrosponding jacks on your DVD player
2 Plug the red white and yellow cables to jacks labled video IN, Audio IN. They will be colored on the back of your Tv
3 Plug in the power cable.
4 Turn it on and flip through the inputs on your tv until you see the picture
IF your cables are RED, GREEN, BLUE, RED, AND WHITE
1 Your are using what is called conponent video. This is a high definition video.
2 Three of your plugs are for video. They are Red(Cr) Green(Y) and Blue(Cb)
3 Plug the GREEN into the Y jack
4 Plug the RED into the Cr jack
5 Plug the BLUE into the Cb jack
6 Plug your power cable int o the wall if you havent alredy done so
7 Plug the other red cable into the audio right jack
8 Plug the white cable into the audio left jack
9 Turn it on and surf through the input until you find it
If you have a BLACK, RED and WHITE
Do the same as RED WHITE and YELLOW but
1 Put the black cable into the s-video slot
2 Surf through the inputs until you find the picture
If you have ONE BLACK CABLE
1 This is called HDMI(High-definition multimedia interface)
2 Plug one end into the tv and the other inte you dvd
Thank you for your time, Good luck and I hope this works
Hi, Hook audio/ video cable from dvd player to AV input of tv and select that AV input in tv to watch dvd playback picture. You will see yellow jack (for video signal output) and red-white jacks (for audio left-right output signal) at rear of dvd player, plug AV Cable and hook it in AV input of tv, make sure yellow pin connected in yellow jacks of dvd and tv. Thanks.
First off, you need to hook up audio and video by using an A/V cable to connect the DVD player to the TV, yellow, white and red jacks are coded, match the jacks up, put one end of A/V cable to DVD player OUTPUT jacks and the other end to INPUT jacks in back of TV. Also same with Direct TV receiver, hook top set of jacks to TV, with A/V cable, also connect coaxial cable from satelite to matching satelite input jack. Connect power cables, and then you're set. Good luck to you!
The colored jacks match up to the jacks on tv. Tv must be turned to AV channel, Or input channel. The ports they are plugged into should have a channel printed by them. If you are hooking it up through a VCR it is the same. Whatever it is hooked up to has to be on the right channel. Channels are usually: AV or Input
Should be just as simple as plugging in the RCA jacks from the output of the VCR to the input of the DVD recorder. Make sure you pass the first grade color scheme and match the colors up! Yellow to yellow....red to red.....white to white...you get the idea.
Okay...sounds like you have a lot of signal splitting as well as devices that may also weaken your signal. With digital cable, you won't see snow or what would be a dead give-away to a weak signal. Only analog signals do that. Digital signals give you crisp clear picture or they drop out.
Try taking the cable directly from the wall to the DVD-Recorder. If you are able to watch channels and manipulate the device, then you can start from there as the source is good and the recorder is good.
Try to place the DVD-Recorder after the first splitter and see if you still receive stable signal. You'll probably need to leave the unit in this part of your A/V chain.
It really sounds like you need a signal amplifier for all the splitting you've done, or to re-work your A/V stack into something more manageable. It is entirely possible that the built-in tuner of the new DVD-Recorder is not as sensitive as the old unit.