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How to connect DVR 1600 to LCD HD TV or ATT uverse recorder

I attached the DVR 1600 to the AV2 of the TV and the audio/video output on the DVR 1600 and I can play DVDs, put I can't record from the TV or the ATT uverse recorder. How to I connect and set up the DVR 1600 to record?

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  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2008

    cannot connect dvr to tv with satellite cable

  • TLJohnston May 24, 2009

    I have a Sony Bravia 48 in LCD TV with Motorolla dvr receiver from Charter Cable. I wish to record the movies that I have saved from my DVR onto DVD. How do I do this? I also have another DVD Player that is hooked up to the TV as well just to play movies. I would like to have both hooked up. I also want to record live movies as well from my cable service to my dvr.

  • TLJohnston May 11, 2010

    I am not setting it up with satallite but with regular cable. Also, I do not understand what scarts are. Thanks in advance.

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Use 2 scart leads from av1 and av2 of the dvd via a spliter .
With the out put from spliter pluged into tv.
(DVR 1600 output is 1/2 of a scart socket and the input is
the other 1/2).
ps:- no auto switching on o/p or i/p!

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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Has to be scarts, your reciver (sky, cable ect ect) to your dvd recorder, from that to the tv, all scarts, might help, regards mark

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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